NO WOOWOO. JUST SCIENCE.
Wish you could add botanical medicine, manual therapy, or acupuncture to your veterinary practice treatment options while avoiding practices based on Eastern mysticism? CuraCore provides science-based education courses.
CuraCore’s curriculum is evidence-based and gives you a deeper look into the reasons why we believe integrative medicine should be viewed and employed as an applicable solution that can be used alongside conventional veterinary medicine.
The growing community of integrative veterinary medical practitioners is committed to providing effective treatment options outside of just surgery and medication. Let’s work to change the standards of veterinary medicine together.
WHY ARE THESE VETERINARIANS CHANGING MEDICINE FOR GOOD ?
BVMS, cVMA, CCRT
Dr. Edoff found great satisfaction in the new, lower-pressure environment where she wasn't expected to see 30-40 patients a day.
Dr. Landes was skeptical but saw the need to find scientifically-based modalities so his patients could avoid pharmaceuticals and surgery.
Dr. Fincher was looking for a more consistent revenue stream because she saw many of her patients only once a year for their annual exam.
Dr. Bureau found that acupuncture not only benefited her patients, it also resulted in lower turnover of staff as they bonded with pet parents.
Dr. Dixon was worried that she couldn’t be a good wife and mother while running her practice, but was pleasantly surprised.
BECAUSE THEY SAW THE NEED FOR CHANGE.
Ask any of our students why they decided to learn more about integrative medicine and you’ll hear a number of reasons. Do any of these stories sound familiar?
SPRING YOUR VETERINARY CAREER BACK TO LIFE.
THREE TRIED AND TESTED ROADS TO HAPPINESS.
Springtime refreshes. Rebuilds. Rejuvenates. Where will you be after COVID? Back to the grindstone of burnout, mayhem, and a long-ago spent hiring bonus that wasn’t worth the price of your soul? Our profession, like much of the planet, has arrived at a crossroads. In this unforeseen opportune time for reflection and transformation, which path will you choose?