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Can Veterinary Medicine Feed Your Soul?

Can Veterinary Medicine Feed Your Soul?

Can Veterinary Medicine Feed Your Soul? Veterinary medicine has a suicide problem.  According to a study by researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, female veterinarians are 3.5 as likely to die by suicide as the general population.  The...
Joey Sneva, DVM, cVMA

Joey Sneva, DVM, cVMA

Dr. Joey Sneva, DVM, cVMA graduated from Colorado State University’s Professional Veterinary Medical Program in 2002.  She has been practicing small animal general medicine in northern Colorado since graduation.  She became certified in veterinary medical acupuncture...
Osteoarthritic Pain in a 13 Year Old Doberman Mix

Osteoarthritic Pain in a 13 Year Old Doberman Mix

Written by a Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians Course Graduate. Author’s name available upon request. Signed release obtained from client/author/4399. Abstract Caroline is a patient at our clinic who was initially treated with Carprofen, Gabapentin, and K-Laser...

You Asked: “Why Do You Insist on Having a Diagnosis before Treating?”

Dear Dr. Narda ~ I am a long-time medical acupuncture provider — I graduated from your Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians course several years ago.  I enjoy reading the discussions in our closed-group Facebook page. They have made all the difference in my...