Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine Considered is a book that belongs in your veterinary library. If you are a veterinarian wondering if you should incorporate complementary and alternative veterinary medicine (CAVM) into your practice, if you have recently hired an associate eager to try such things as acupuncture or homeopathy, or if you have clients asking you about chiropractic, herbal, or magnetic field therapy for their pets, you’ll want to understand the history, science and ethics behind such therapies. Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine Considered will help practicing veterinarians to make informed decisions about specific CAVM therapies. This text evaluates various prevalent therapies, and will give veterinarians the ethical and scientific bases they need to make sound decisions regarding CAVM therapies.
- David W. Ramey, DVM. American Association of Equine Practitioners.
- Bernard E. Rollin, University Distinguished Professor, Professor of philosophy, Professor of Biomedical Sciences, Professor of Animal Sciences, University Bioethicist. Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO (USA).
- Publisher: Iowa State Press
- Publication date (print): 2005-12
- ISBN (print): 978-0-8138-2616-5