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Acupuncture as adjunctive modality to treat symptoms of intervertebral disc disease in a beagle

Acupuncture as adjunctive modality to treat symptoms of Intervertebral Disc Disease in a Beagle
Posted in Guest Blogger at 13 August, 2019

Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD) in dogs is one of the common neurological conditions seen in practice. It is caused by displacement of part of the intervertebral disc, often located in the thoracolumbar and cervical region, causing pain and neurologica...

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Posted by Dr Alison Shen, BVSc (Hons) CVE (IVAS) Aussie Mobile Vet, Brisbane
 

Vet Long And Prosper

Vet Long And Prosper Red
Posted in Guest Blogger at 01 August, 2019

Your veterinary career is like launching a rocket... Google tells me that the edge of the universe is expanding outwards at 68 kilometres per second per megaparsec. To clarify: a parsec equals 3.26 million light years, and a megaparsec equals a million pa...

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Posted by Dr Hubert Hiemstra,
 

Acupuncture as adjunctive modality to treat symptoms of canine cognitive dysfunction & neck pain

Dudleys Story Acupuncture Case Study Red
Posted in Guest Blogger at 17 July, 2019

Canine cognitive dysfunction (CCD) is neurobehavioral syndrome similar to Alzheimer's in humans, leading to a decline in cognitive function as part of an age-related degenerative process in the central nervous system. Common symptoms described by pet own...

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Posted by Dr Jennifer Robinson, Veterinarian (DE), CVE (IVAS) Melbourne Veterinary Acupuncture
 

Winter is coming & so is Single Touch Payroll - are you compliant?

Winter Is Coming
Posted in Guest Blogger at 09 July, 2019

Ok so winter is here and STP has nothing to do with Game of Thrones. It stands for Single Touch Payroll. Still none the wiser? Don't worry, you aren't alone, but if you are one of the 700,000 small businesses in Australia with one or more employees, then...

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Posted by Nicola Jones, BAS Agent, Brilliant Bookkeeping & BAS Services
 

Veterinary Medicine is an art - its' time to re-frame your perceptions

Veterinary Medicine Is An Art
Posted in Guest Blogger at 27 June, 2019

How often do you feel guilty for charging for a service? Have you done things and not charged for them, because they were 'easy' jobs, or 'only took a minute'? I have to confess that during my working life I would have done hundreds of procedures for free...

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Posted by Dr Hubert Hiemstra
 
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