March 4, 2006
University of Illinois College
of Veterinary Medicine
the Illinois Student Chapter
of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association
by: Animal Wellness Magazine · Chi Institute ·
EB Institute · Eagle Pack Pet Foods ·
Kan Herb · Lhasa OMS, Inc. ·
Lipton Animal Hospital · Making Waves, Inc. ·
Mayway Corporation · Natura Pet Products ·
Nature's Variety · Nuherbs Company ·
Pavia Sales Group, Inc.
This seminar is open to all licensed veterinarians, certified veterinary
technicians and veterinary and veterinary technician students.
The registration fee covers the cost of handout materials, continental
breakfast, lunch and breaks. Payment must be enclosed to guarantee registration.
The registration deadline is Friday, February 19, 2006.
Before February 19, 2006
Veterinarian or Veterinary Technician $130
Veterinary or Veterinary Technician Student $35
After February 19, 2006
Veterinarian or Veterinary Technician $160
Veterinary or Veterinary Technician Student $65
Seminar fees are payable by check or money order to the University of
Illinois or by Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express and are
due at the time of registration. Early registration is recommended.
Up to 7 CEUs can be obtained. Participants will receive continuing education
verification at the end of the seminar. When registering, please indicate
the type of CE desired. Continuing education is not available for students.
Seminar materials will be available on the day of the program just inside
the entrance to the Veterinary Medicine Basic Sciences Building (2001
S. Lincoln Ave., Urbana), beginning at 7:30 a.m. Seminar attendees may
park in lot F27 and follow the signs to the seminar check-in.
In an emergency, messages can be left for seminar participants at 217
333 2907 between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. As a courtesy to other seminar
attendees, we request that all cell phone ringers be muted for the duration
of the seminar.
Seminar attendees are responsible for making their own hotel reservations.
Room blocks will be held through Saturday, February 12, 2006. The below
listed rates can be obtained by requesting the College of Veterinary Medicine/Alternative
Therapies room block. All prices listed are not inclusive of taxes.
Drury Inn 800 325 0720
$104 single or double
Holiday Inn 217 328 7900
$70 single/$80 double
The University of Illinois is located near Interstates 57, 72 and 74.
The community is also accessible by train via Amtrak and airplane through
Willard Airport (CMI) at Savoy.
Full refunds, less a $25 cancellation fee, will be given if written notification
is received by Friday, February 19, 2006. Registrations are transferable.
After February 19, refunds will not be made. We reserve the right to cancel
programs and to change speakers if necessary. In the event of seminar
cancellation, all registrants will receive a full refund. The University
is not responsible for travel expenses in the event of a cancellation.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
Mark your calendar now for Saturday, February 3, 2007, for next year’s
Seminar for Alternative Therapies in Veterinary Medicine.
QUESTIONS AND SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS
Contact the Office of Public Engagement, 217 333 2907 or email@example.com.
MONA BOUDREAUX graduated from Louisiana State College
of Veterinary Medicine in 1987. She is a certified veterinary acupuncturist
and a certified veterinary chiropractor. Dr. Boudreaux has also studied
Chinese herbal medicine in Beijing and New Mexico. She has been a member
of the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society House of Delegates
since 1999. She has served on the board of directors for the American
Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture, and is a member of the council of elders
for the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association.
DR. ELLEN PAUL-KUCHENBROD graduated in 1977 from
the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. She became
a certified veterinary acupuncturist in 1990. She has also studied nutritional
and herbal therapies since that time. She is currently the case report
coordinator for the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society for acupuncture
DR. DEB MITCHELL is a 1983 graduate of the University
of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. She also holds a Master’s
degree in field zoology from Southern Illinois University. She is a certified
veterinary acupuncturist and certified veterinary chiropractor. Dr. Mitchell
has completed training in Usui Reiki and is a fourth level Reiki master
practitioner. She has also completed formal training in Traditional Chinese
Medicine basic herbal training and pursues advanced training in this area.
She and Dr. Boudreaux, along with Dr. Steve Marsden, serve as instructors
for the Chicago Veterinary Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine course.