Dr. Marlene Siegel has crafted two on-demand courses:
The pet parent course will empower them with the knowledge and skills so their fur babies can achieve a life of thriving, not surviving.
The veterinary course provides the knowledge, an expanded toolkit and protocols to incorporate into their veterinary skill set to create an integrative practice.
No longer will anyone have to say "There's nothing more that can be done."
There's always something to offer!
Diet is the key to any animal's health, discover which is best for your pet.
Learn when it's right to supplement diets in order to help support bodily functions.
Toxins can enter the body any number of ways, it's important to properly detoxify regularly.
From toxins to nutritional deficiencies - proper diagnostic testing helps identify areas of dis-ease.
Explore diagnostics beyond CBC, chemistry, urinalysis and x-rays.
Learn how to turn on/off metabolic pathways that deal with health and longevity.
Cancer is a mitochondrial dysfunction. Learn how to repair and enhance cellular communication, allowing the body to heal.
No longer need to tell clients “There is nothing more we can do.” There's always something to offer, especially quality of life.
I have been practicing veterinary
medicine for nearly 40 years.
20 years ago I had a life altering experience when my youngest daughter and my show horse were involved in a riding accident.
The horse saved my daughters life.
In my quest to
heal Lilly (our horse), traditionally trained veterinarians said they
didn’t know what was exactly wrong with her but she was not safe to ride
and would never be shown again.
They had nothing to offer except retire her to a pasture or put her down.
That was unacceptable, there had to be other options and I was determined to find them. I was forced to
seek alternative therapies.
That just because
"western medicine" had no solutions, there had to be something I could
do for her. Seek and you shall find.
I continued to learn, grow and seek for more answers. Everything I learned I incorporated into my small animal practice.
I went from diagnosing symptoms (I call it the name it, blame it, treat it with a pharmaceutical) in an allopathic medical mindset to understanding the body's biology and where in those biochemical pathways we were causing damage, and where could we impact the system for improvement.