Finally - I’m a certified veterinary acupuncturist!
From Dr. Jason’s January newsletter...
Another highlight of the fall was getting my case study results back from the Chi Institute - that was the very last step (after hundreds of hours of coursework in Beijing, Florida and online!) to becoming a veterinary acupuncturist. “Finally!” As my wife Arnica said, I’m done. Even though we’ve been offering acupuncture at Pandosy Village Veterinary Hospital for a couple of years, I’ve now joined the ranks of the very few certified vets in Western Canada.
I even get some additional initials after my name - I’m now Jason Rowan, D.V.M. (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine,) C.V.A. (Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist.) That’s a mouthful.
Read more of Dr. Jason’s January newsletter...
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