REGIONAL COURSE

Instructors:

Dr. Marlene Siegel Jonathan Lowe

Where:

Reno, NV

When:

Sept 30 - Oct 1

WHY CHOOSE THIS OPTION?

Network and interact with peers
Get hands-on training
Get away from work-time distractions
Get comprehensive, vet-specific ozone therapy training
Includes one hour of consultation to be scheduled after the training

OVERVIEW

There are a number of reasons why getting away from distractions and out of your normal routine can be very beneficial to the learning process. It’s initially a larger investment, but payoff can be immense. 

During our two-day course, you’ll learn all the basics of veterinary ozone therapy in an environment that helps you focus. Our expert veterinary instructors have a wealth of knowledge and can help your clinic improve outcomes across the board with this simple, flexible treatment. Understand how it works, when to use it, protocols and procedures, marketing, pricing and more! 

We’ll also schedule a one-hour consultation with your clinic as a follow-up to this training. This will help you to implement the training and answer any questions you might have.

WHO CAN ATTEND?

Veterinarians
Veterinary Technicians
Veterinary Office Staff

Although anyone can attend, these courses will be most helpful for veterinary professionals.

INSTRUCTORS

Marlene Siegel, DVM is fast becoming the voice of ozone therapy. With decades of experience as an integrative veterinarian, she has empowered pets and pet parents to gain control of their own health. Dr. Siegel is an award-winning author, teacher, keynote speaker and out-of-the-box thinker. She incorporates more than 30 modalities into her clinic and has also been featured in the documentary, "The Truth About Cancer Pets". 

Jonathan Lowe founded O3Vets in 2013 to bring ozone therapy to the animal kingdom. He has developed and taught courses on ozone therapy for animals all over the world. In 2018 his company received the innovation award from the IVC Journal for its work in ozone therapy. He is currently writing a book on ozone therapy for animals with the hopes of providing better, more accessible information to veterinarians and pet owners

LOCATION

Peppermill Resort Spa Casino            2707 S. Virginia St., Reno, NV 89502

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COURSE CONTENT

1. Class Introduction

2. Integrative Medicine
  A. Treating Holistically

  B. Having a Robust Toolbox


3. Ozone Overview
  A. Ozone Formation
  B. Medical Ozone

4. History of Ozone

  A. Discovery
  B. Medical Uses

5. Physiological and Biological Effects

  A. Oxygen Utilization
  B. Antioxidant Capacity

  C. Immune Sytem Activation


  D. Germicidal Activity

  E. Improved Oxygen Uptake

  F. Summary of Biological Effects

6. Protocols & Dosing
  A. Veterinary Treatment Guide
  B. Hi Dose vs. Low Dose

7. Indications

  A. Common Indications

  B. Other Indications

  C. Treating Based on Condition

8. Case Studies

9. Methods of Administration
  A. Rectal Insufflation
  B. MAHT & mAHT
  C. DIV

  D. Fluids

  E. Limb Bagging
  B. Ear Insufflation
  C. Topical Oils

  B. Bladder Insufflation

10. Ozone Oils
  A. Healing Process
  B. Indications
  C. Making Oils

11. Equipment
  A. Materials and Compatibility
  B. What You Need

12. Resources
  A. Major Works
  B. Studies

13. Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation
  A. What it is
  B. How it works
  C. Why O3UV

  D. Case Studies


14. Pricing and Marketing
  A. What to Charge
  B. ROI

  C. Marketing


15. Creating an Action Plan

16. Intra-articular Injections
  A. Stem Cells
  B. Platelet Rich Plasma
  C. Prolotherapy
  D. Hyaluronic Acid

  E. Ozone


17. Choosing the Right Injection Type

18. Wet Labs

  A. Adminstration Methods Practice
  B. Joint Model Injections
  C. Cadaver Injections

FAQ

Will vet techs and front office staff benefit from this training?

Yes. We recommend at least one tech attends the training with the lead
veterinarian.

Will we get a recording of this training?

If the course is livestreamed, then all trainees will receive a link to the livestream recordings.

Is the information understandable and usable for a pet owner?

As a whole, yes it is. There are a few places where a rudimentary understanding of
biology and veterinary medicine will be helpful but, most pet owners will not be
able to implement a number of the administration methods that will be taught.

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Thank you! We hope you enjoy this introduction to ozone therapy.