Club Activities

What: Open Meeting presented by Dog Fanciers’ Association of Oregon: An Introduction to Veterinary Chiropractic and Chinese Medicine: Michael Salewski, DVM and Naturopath. 

Dr. Salewski, whose patients are mostly canine and equine performance animals, will speak about the basics of how chiropractic and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine work and how they are applied. His focus will be on performance/sports issues. The talk will be followed by a question and answer session.

When: Thursday, October 11, 2018, at 8:00 pm

Where: Red Lion Hotel on the River  909 North Hayden Island Drive, Portland OR  503-283-4466

Who: All local dog enthusiasts are welcome

Please RSVP Patti Strand at naia@naiaonline.org  by Tuesday, October 9, 2018, so we can plan.

Dr. Michael Salewski’s bio:
Dr. Michael Salewski is a 1990 graduate of the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. With extensive post-graduate training in veterinary chiropractic and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM), Dr. Salewski is considered both expert and pioneer in these fields. A Charter Diplomat of the American Veterinary College of Botanical Medicine, he has co-authored two books on the subject: Clinical Handbook of Chinese Veterinary Herbal Medicine and Chinese Herbal Medicine for Veterinarians, the later considered the gold-standard reference for veterinary herbology.

In high demand to share this expertise, Dr. Salewski lectured to students at the UC-Davis and Washington State veterinary colleges and spoke before attendees at the United States Dressage Federation’s National Convention, the Wild West Veterinary Conference, and traveled to Beijing to teach at the International TCVM Conference. Through the Lotus Institute’s Continuing Education program, Dr. Salewski hosted webinars on advanced herbal medicine that were attended by veterinarians and doctors of Chinese medicine from all over the world.

Hindsight Veterinary Care, Dr. Salewski’s practice, specializes in treating animals with chiropractic, acupuncture, herbal medicine and dietary therapy. In addition to directly helping patients who range from Olympic horses to older house pets, Dr. Salewski consults on veterinary cases across the United States. His current passion is developing a line of herbal-medicine based products under the name Pet Lifestyle Solutions (or PetLS), which will be released this January

 


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