Dr Steve Marsden Presents a New Live Webinar - Eyes as Mirror - In-sights and Reflections in Treating Common Eye Disorders

In veterinary medicine, eye diseases are a medical specialty, calling for specialized equipment and pharmaceuticals. In Chinese medicine, however, the eyes merely reflect the rest of the body. The totality of bodily signs and symptoms tell us what is wrong with the eyes; while eye symptoms in turn tell us what is wrong with the rest of the body. To get the eyes better, we often only have to improve the body economy as a whole, allowing us to treat eye disorders with mainstay herbal treatments already sitting on our shelves.

In this webinar we will review the application of Chinese herbal medicine to the control and even resolution of the most common eye complaints: KCS, corneal ulceration, uveitis, and conjunctivitis. Additionally, although more difficult to treat, we will touch on disorders involving loss of vision like glaucoma.

Included with your registration:

  • Access to the live webinar with the opportunity to ask questions (you will also receive a recording of the webinar within 5 business days of the live event)
  • PDF of slide show presentation
  • Certificate of attendance  

Eyes as Mirror - In-sights and Reflections in Treating Common Eye Disorders
Full fee $60, CIVT Full Veterinary Member fee $48

Live Thursday 30th January 2020 at 5pm (Los Angeles, Pacific Standard Time)

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Presented by Chinese Veterinary Medicine Master, Dr Steve Marsden
DVM, ND, MSOM, Lac. Dipl.CH, Grad Dip VCHM(CIVT), Grad Dip VA(CIVT), CVA, AHG

Dr Steve Marsden received his doctorate in veterinary medicine at the University of Saskatchewan in 1988. He has a doctorate in Naturopathic medicine, a Master's of Science in Oriental Medicine, Graduate Diplomas in Veterinary Chinese Herbal Medicine and Veterinary Acupuncture and Diplomat status in Chinese herbology. He treats both pets and people in his Edmonton, Alberta practice. He is perhaps one of the best known and highly qualified Veterinary Chinese Herbal Medicine masters worldwide and is a frequent and seasoned lecturer for veterinary audiences worldwide. In 2009 he was awarded Canadian Veterinarian of the Year. In 2010 he was honored for his work as a veterinarian making a difference in BARK magazine and named Herbal Educator of the Year by AHVMA. In 2014 he released his latest textbook designed for easy use in practice, Essential Guide to Chinese Herbal Formulas.




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