Urinary incontinence is one of the top reasons owners surrender or euthanize their pets, partly because the condition also presents an enduring challenge for the veterinary profession. In western medicine, once Cushing’s, hypoestrogenism and infection have been ruled out, there are scant other options for addressing the condition.
Ironically, managing a urinary incontinence case can be one of the most gratifying ways for veterinarians to try Chinese herbal medicine out for the first time, since the Chinese veterinary herbalist has many more tools at their disposal for resolving the condition. This two hour webinar takes a look at Chinese medicine’s top formulas for urinary incontinence, how they work in physiological terms, and how to recognize the animal that may benefit from the history, laboratory findings and physical examination.
"The Webinar for Urinary Incontinence was amazing! It was full of fantastic information and I thought everything was well explained. It was such a rich learning experience."
Dr Jodie Low Choy, Australia, BVSc, BVMS, CVA