Top 10 Equine Herbs
With Dr Joyce Harman

Herbs with good historical data and current research are often easy to incorporate into every day practice. This lecture will cover the practical use, dosing and selection of 10 of my favorite western herbs, recognizing that there are many more herbs that could be on the list. These will be herbs that can be used for simple conditions, yet have powerful, deep acting effects for more complex disease processes.

 

Joyce HarmanDr Joyce Harman DVM MRCVS

Dr Joyce Harman graduated in 1984 from Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, then completed her membership exam into the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons in 1985. In 1990 she became certified in veterinary acupuncture, and in 1994 certified in veterinary chiropractic. She has completed advanced training in homeopathy, and herbal medicine and is currently working on a Master’s degree in Chinese Medicine. She is the author of “The Horse’s Pain-Free Back and Saddle-Fit Book” and “Homeopathic First Aid for Horses”. She has published over 60 articles in professional journals, textbooks and lay magazines. She has served on many board of directors,The Horse's Pain-free Back and Saddle-fit book is past president of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association, past president of the Veterinary Botanical Medicine Association. She was the chairman of the Alternative Medicine (Therapeutic Options) committee for the American Association of Equine Practitioners when that organization created their first set of guidelines. She was a member of the task force on alternative medicine for the American Veterinary Medical Association. In her spare time she rides a Connemara cross and photographs nature. 

 

This Webinar includes:

  • Certificate 1 hour Continuing Professional Development from CIVT. Check if your state board accepts CPD.
  • Access to Recording of Webinar
  • Copy of Powerpoint notes.

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