In my new book, I bring the “best of both worlds” to readers with a deep dive into (truly) integrative medicine. I find — too often — that many veterinarians who are trained in standard veterinary care (i.e. what you learn in vet school) and also pursue training in traditional Chinese medicine modalities such as acupuncture and food therapy tend to pick their favorite modality, build a practice around it, and call themselves “holistic.”
In this video I share the BENEFITS of employing BOTH an eastern approach (often referred to as “alternative”) and a western approach (standard veterinary care), which — together– offers a truly holistic approach to ideal health.
Take a look at the video below and grab a copy of my book here.
If you gain nothing else from this book, I urge you to embrace the fact that these philosophies are not mutually exclusive, even though we may view them as being at opposite ends of the spectrum. The most effective medicine involves a deliberate overlap, which I see in my day to day work.