In 1984 we (or more specific, dr Emiel Van den Bosch) decided to offer a complete training in veterinary acupuncture, based on a training program designed by I.V.A.S. with several other added subjects, so that other veterinarians could learn this exiting and complementary form of treating pathologies.
It has been the first of its kind in Europe and the courses organized by B.E.V.A.S. (Belgian Veterinary Acupuncture Society), an European IVAS affiliate, have always been innovating ever since.
We practice acupuncture in Horses and small animals on a daily basis.
Cancer and deficiency treatment
Introduction to Balance Method
Introduction to Chinese Herbal Treatment
Canine and Feline Patients Referred Exclusively for Acupuncture and Herbs: A Two-Year Retrospective Analysis
Abstract Acupuncture and the administration of herbal supplements are increasingly used in veterinary practice, but no retrospective studies have examined patient characteristics and treatment interventions in
By Mariane Van der Linden, DVM Abstract The horse was suffering from lumps all over the body for several years and conventional treatment with corticosteroids
Acupuncture as a treatment for thoracolumbar hypersensitivity due to intermittent bilateral front limb lameness in a Border Collie
By Nathalie Catthoor DVM Abstract A female Border Collie presented with front limb lameness in 2015 but the cause was never clearly diagnosed. The dog