Although the classical Chinese literature noted epilepsy as one of the most difficult conditions to treat, veterinarians can nonetheless expect to experience routine success in gaining control of seizures, even those proving recalcitrant to pharmaceutical therapy. Whether vestibular syndrome or seizures, the cause is usually “too much Yang in the head”, and it can be normalized with just a handful of formulas in most cases. Learn to differentiate and treat the main causes of vestibular disease and seizures in this two- hour webinar, using the Chinese medical tools of pulse diagnosis and history-taking. Even the time of day and year when the seizures are occurring provides a wealth of information leading to effective treatment.
Feedback from a webinar participant..."Brilliant. As he always is. Many thanks indeed." Dr Janet Buckerfield, Australia, BVSc (Hons), MRCVS, CVA, Grad. Diploma Animal Chiropractic