The Association of British Veterinary Acupuncturists was formed in 1987, as a result of a growing interest in acupuncture by veterinary surgeons in the UK.
The aims of the Association are:
> to further the research and teaching of veterinary acupuncture through an organised programme of continuing education
> to encourage the safe and competent use of acupuncture in veterinary medicine
> to ensure that animal owners in the UK may contact veterinary acupuncturists from a credible source
The ABVA maintains standards of education, ethics, practice and discipline to ensure the health and wellbeing of animals in the UK. It provides a basic standard for the clinical application and integration of this ancient – yet progressive – medicine into veterinary practice.
ABVA Spring meeting BIRMINGHAM 14 March 2015
The ABVA are hosting the Spring meeting at the Macdonald Burlington Hotel, in the vibrant city of Birmingham best known for its heritage, entertainment venues, culture and beautiful public spaces. There will be a full day of lectures, discussion and demonstrations, with distinguished lecturers covering research, developments and techniques in veterinary acupuncture.
Don’t miss this opportunity to network with colleagues and earn CPD hours.
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