Whether you are interested in taking the first steps towards veterinary acupuncture or you are an established acupuncturist looking to further their skills, the ABVA has something for you.
Taking place at venues around the UK, our courses are taught by lecturers with a wealth of experience and a real passion for their subject. Teaching is friendly, informal and contains a practical content far higher than your average CPD. They are great value too!
Browse our upcoming courses below - if you have any questions or would like to make an enquiry about our teaching or any other aspect of veterinary acupuncture, please get in touch using our contact form.
Please note that you must be a qualified veterinary surgeon and a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons to attend an ABVA course.
Location: Moreton Morrell College, Lime Tree Drive, Warwick CV35 9BL
2nd/3rd and 23rd/24th October 2017
Price: £1200 (or £1000 if booked and paid for by 21/08/2017)
The ABVA Foundation Course is primarily a practical one for veterinary surgeons who are new
to acupuncture or those who wish to refresh their knowledge. The information we give you
stands firmly on a Western clinical diagnosis and an understanding of acupuncture’s
neurophysiological mechanisms; but to broaden your experience we would like to introduce you
to some of the historical and traditional concepts from which this ancient form of medicine
evolved. This is just the beginning of this fascinating subject.
Location: The Farnham Hog's Back Hotel
Tel: 01252 782 345
This beautiful hotel is offering exclusive room rate discounts to ABVA Members attending these courses. Book the night before your course for £89 any any additional nights for £99, including breakfast.
Price: £250 ABVA Members
£300 Non Members
This course is running alongside the Small Animal Recap Day (6th June) and the Electroacupuncture Day (7th June). Book two days and receive £25 off, book all three and get £50 off!
Equine Recap Day: Here is an opportunity to brush up on understanding the pertinent physiology of acupuncture, approaches to treating common equine conditions, and discussion of point selections and needling techniques. Bring along cases to discuss including things that you like and don’t like about your experiences with acupuncture!