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2017 AAVA Annual Meeting

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AAVA Annual Meeting

 March 24th - March 26th, 2017

Hyatt Regency Savannah
2 West Bay Street
Savannah, GA 31401
(888) 421-1442


For Reservations:

The Hyatt Regency Hotel will be the site for the annual meeting for the American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture. The Savannah riverfront hotel gives you direct access to River Street, or walk to the ferry after enjoying a ride to the north bank.

The group rate is $220 for single or double occupancy (plus tax). To make reservations at the special AAVA rate, contact the hotel by calling 888/421-1442 or click here to register online. To ensure the group rate and space availability, make your reservations no later than Wednesday, March 1, 2017. The room block will close once the room block has been met or has reached the deadline, whichever occurs first.

 

Meeting Schedule:

 

Thursday, March 23rd

8AM- 5:00 PM FAAVA Advanced Certification Exam

AAVA Board Meeting

 

Friday, March 24th

Keynote Session:

Michelle Tilghman, DVM-Qi Gong

General Session:

Michelle Tilghman, DVM-Qi Gong Basic Lab

Small Animal:

Catherine Alinovi, DVM

Mitsie Vargas, DVM

Large Animal:

Maureen Kelleher, DVM

Deborah Marshall, DVM


 Saturday, March 25th

General Session:

Christina Fuoco, VMD-Acupuncture & Laser Therapy as a Tool for Rehabilitation in Orthopedic Disease in Zoo Animals

Mushtaq  Memon, BVSc-Integrative Medicine-An Upcoming Trend in Veterinary Medicine

Small Animal:

Anna Portnoy, DVM

P. J. Broadfoot, DVM

Large Animal:

Deborah Marshall, DVM

Kevin Haussler, DVM

 

Sunday, March 26th

Small Animal:

Kim Henneman, DVM

Deborah Hadlock, VMD

Kevin Haussler, DVM

General Session Wet Lab:

Michelle Tilghman, DVM-Qi Gong-A Complete Set of Exercises to Purge, Restore and Cultivate Your Qi

Small Animal Wet Lab:

Debbie Hadlock, VMD-Tui Na in Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation

Kim Henneman, VMD-Identifying and Developing TCVM-Based Treatment Plans for Injuries int he Canine Athlete

Large Animal Wet Lab:

Deborah Marshall, DVM-Skills to Diagnose and Treat Upper Body Lameness "Interactive"

Click HERE for Program Grid

Click HERE for Lecture/Lab Descriptions

Click HERE to Register Online


If your company is interested in becoming an Exhibitor/Sponsor at the AAVA Annual Meeting click HERE.

 

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