INTEGRATED HOLISTIC VETERINARY MEDICINE

Periodontal Disease Dogs and Cats

By msiegeldvm | December 25, 2017

Oral health is a critical  factor in your pets health. Many people do not look into their pets mouth, not perceiving a problem until the breath becomes wicked bad! This article explains how to recognize oral dis-ease, treatment and prevention. The pet article is on pages 39-40 http://cp.revolio.com/i/898909-volume-5-issue-6

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Spay / Neuter Pros and Cons

By msiegeldvm | December 25, 2017

For many years we have been drilled to spay and neuter our pets at an early age. The only sterilization technique taught in veterinary school has been the full removal of the sex organs. Years later we are seeing rising evidence that this may not be in the best interest of our pets health. Are […]

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Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome…Alzheimers In Pets

By msiegeldvm | December 26, 2017

As the rates of Alzheimers in people soars in our country, we are seeing a dramatic rise in cognitive dysfunction syndrome in our pet population.  The reason…we are leading a lifestyle filled with toxins and stress.   The good news is that these dis-eases are preventable if we implement lifestyle changes!  Read more on pages […]

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Pet Pregnancy- Preparation to Postpartum Tips

By msiegeldvm | December 25, 2017

Having a litter of dogs or cats (whether planned or accidental) is a big responsibility. Yes, animals have mated and had babies without mankind’s help for centuries, but in a domesticated world, they are restricted to the diets and conditions (often not ideal) that we provide. Enjoy the pet article on pages 12-13 http://cp.revolio.com/i/869597-volume-5-issue-5   […]

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Traditional Chinese Medicine Applied To Animals

By msiegeldvm | December 26, 2017

Traditional Chinese Medicine TCM Western medicine divides the body into “parts” according to organs. Doctors in western medicine specialize in the kidney, or liver, or ears, nose, throat but they fail to treat the body as an interconnected whole organism where each part influences the other.  TCM views the body as energy that is either […]

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Traditional Chinese Medicine Applied To Animals

By msiegeldvm | December 26, 2017

Traditional Chinese Medicine TCM Western medicine divides the body into “parts” according to organs. Doctors in western medicine specialize in the kidney, or liver, or ears, nose, throat but they fail to treat the body as an interconnected whole organism where each part influences the other.  TCM views the body as energy that is either […]

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Energy- What Is It And Why Does It Matter

By msiegeldvm | December 26, 2017

The root cause of all dis-ease can be traced to inflammation within the cell disrupting the ability of the cell to produce adequate amounts of energy. Understanding what causes the disruption makes it easier to understand and implement solutions. This article is on pages 20-21. http://cp.revolio.com/i/755637-volume-4-issue-6

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Top 10 Causes of Dis-Ease

By @mindspark | November 18, 2011

Though no one expects to live forever, we should be living longer AND HEALTHIER lives.  Living into the 80’s and 90’s would be great if we could function without pain and digestion issues, be independent, enjoyed our years, and remembered who we were. Factors that lead to dis-ease include: Poor nutrition.  Foods grown on nutritionally depleted soils […]

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The Body Is A Complicated Machine With A Unique Ability To Repair

By @mindspark | November 15, 2011

I picture the body as a complicated machine.  The body (like a machine) has many parts.  In both models, some parts need to be replaced periodically and some parts need cleaning.  Here is the amazing difference between a machine and the body.  If a machine part wears out, it must be replaced, the machine can’t […]

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Demi and the Dolphins a lesson in ecology

By @mindspark | November 9, 2011

Demi and the Dolphins a lesson in ecology Is Homeschooling Right For You- A Parents Perspective    “I can’t”, “this is too hard”, “you’re not helping me”.  I heard these statements uttered in frustration by my daughter while she was doing homework from the time she was 6 years old, in kindergarten, all the way through high school.  This is […]

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