This guide to Chinese medicine addresses Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for cats and dogs in a clear, comprehensible language, with assessment worksheets, diagnosis charts and photographs to assist you in making treatment decisions. Starting with the head and working toward the toes, it addresses a host common health problems (that may also correct behavioral issues). Use it as an adjunct to Western medicine or by itself to help bring your animal friend's body into balance through a treatment-and-prevention approach that can save both of you from undue stress. 412 pages, paperback, color plates, black and white illustrations.
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About the author
Cheryl Schwartz, DVM, was the founder of EastWest Animal Care Center in Oakland, California, one of the first holistic centers of its kind. She is a trained veterinarian who has been using TCM in her practice for 15 years.
Addresses Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for cats and dogs in a clear, comprehensible language.