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Narda G. Robinson is the country’s leading authority on scientific complementary and alternative veterinary medicine (CAVM). With more than two decades of practicing, teaching and writing about holistic approaches in both veterinary and human osteopathic medicine, Dr. Robinson delivers straight talk on CAVM to help healthcare professionals and owners sort fact from fiction.
A scholar, researcher and widely read author on evidence-based approaches to CAVM, Dr. Robinson holds the only professorship at a veterinary college designed specifically to investigate the legitimacy of CAVM. In 1988, she launched Colorado State University’s first integrative medicine service, and she now heads the Colorado State University Center for Comparative and Integrative Pain Medicine.
Dr. Robinson holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard/Radcliffe, a doctorate in osteopathic medicine (DO) from the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, and both a doctorate in veterinary medicine (DVM) and master’s degree in biomedical sciences (MS) from CSU.
She has also earned the highest membership status of fellow within the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture (FAAMA) and serves on the American Board of Medical Acupuncture (DABMA).
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