Set up in USA, it is a source of information for the communication, education for the Veterinary Acupuncturist across the US. One can have easily access to the regional meetings, mentoring programs, consultation resources, advances certification opportunity and the annual meetings. It is a group of likeminded people sharing the common interest with vast professional thinking. Their main focus is for the acupuncture in US. They follow a holistic approach. They help to educate, compile and promote the research of American Veterinary Practice. The membership for this association is also open to the outsiders ie the one who are outside US are accessible to the International Membership having Licensed Veterinarians pass. Ones who have enrolled for the AAVA approved acupuncture training program are eligible for the Active Membership.
AAVA’s mission is to improve the animal healthcare through the advancement in veterinary acupuncture, veterinary medicine and traditional eastern medicine employing the education, research and leadership. They want to amalgamate the Acupuncture and Traditional Veterinary Medicine, integrated in veterinary care and public choice. Their pillar of strength lies in loayalty of the members and team work, respect and support of the progressive research.
President: Keum Hwa Choi is an associate professor and a Section chief of the Complementary & Alternative Medicine (CAM) at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota (UMN).Read More»