|Cheryl Schwartz, the Doctor • Cheryl Schwartz, the Educator • Cheryl Schwartz, the Author • Cheryl Schwartz, Testimonials
Dr. Cheryl Schwartz
Acupuncture • Herbs • Homeopathy •
Bio-energetics • Sound
As a pioneer in the field of veterinary
holistic therapies, Dr. Schwartz has learned from animals themselves
for over thirty years of her clinical practice. She returns
to the Bay Area bringing holistic veterinary healing to cats,
dogs and horses, and introduces the Heal•Learn Institute for
A 1978 graduate of Washington State University
Veterinary School, Dr. Schwartz expanded her healing techniques
to combine Traditional Chinese Medicine ~ acupuncture, acupressure,
tuina massage and herbs ~ along with Classical Homeopathy, bio
energetics and tuning fork resonance for balancing the whole animal. Dr.
Schwartz’s unique ability to synthesize holistic modalities
using knowledge, skill and intuition has helped thousands of
animals around the world, and empowered their humans to continue
their care at home.
An educator for more than twenty years, Dr.
Schwartz believes animal caregivers can be guided to use various
holistic modalities for their own animal friends’ well being.
As one of the founding members of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association,
and an educator for over twenty years, Dr. Schwartz
has taught veterinarians acupuncture and herbal medicine across
the U.S. and around the world.
Dr. Schwartz is part of
the teaching team for accreditation courses of the Chi
Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and
foreign courses of the International Veterinary Acupuncture
has shared her unique blend of knowledge, experience and sense
of humor with graduate veterinarians in the U.S., Canada, Europe,
Latin America, Australia, China, and Japan.
Dr. Schwartz’s other audience is animal care
givers around the world who want to learn more for their own
four-legged family members. These classes and workshops involve practical
applications of Traditional
Chinese Medical theory, acupressure, food therapy, homeopathy and herbals.
<back to top>
Dr. Schwartz is the author of Four
Paws Five Directions A Guide to Chinese Medicine for Cats & Dogs (Celestial
Arts Press: 1996), the first book of its kind to be used
as a textbook by veterinarians learning Chinese Veterinary
Medicine and by the public to help their own animals. Four
Paws has been translated into German, Russian
and Japanese. Dr. Schwartz’s second book Natural
Healing for Dogs & Cats from A-Z (Hay House
2000), also user friendly, is dedicated to quick at home
treatments for common problems and has recently been translated
Dr. Schwartz is also a contributing editor
to two textbooks: Veterinary Acupuncture Ancient
Art to Modern Medicine, edited by A. Schoen, and Complementary
and Alternative Veterinary Medicine, edited
by S. Wynn and A. Schoen. Dr. Schwartz is on the Board
of Advisors for the American Journal of Traditional
Chinese Veterinary Medicine.
The newest venture is The HealLearn Deck,
a set of emergency treatment cards (click the link to
order). You can order Dr. Schwartz’s books from local bookstores,
the mailing list to keep up to date with her offerings.
<back to top>
Cheryl Schwartz • (510) 523-4498 • email@example.com
|| | | | |