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Dr. Marvin Cain

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Founder

International Veterinarian Acupunctural Society
 
Background

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree
    Ohio State University
  • DVM
37 Total References
Web References
Pony ExpressVolume 3 Issue 3
www.naturalhorse.com, 4 April 2005 [cached]
The renowned Dr. Marvin Cain, veterinarian and acupuncturist, will lecture, demonstrate, and treat horses with acupuncture; Gwen Edsall, equine therapist, will also demonstrate and treat horses; Linda Bertschinger, trainer and instructor, will demonstrate a therapeutic approach of training.
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Dr. Marvin Cain has been a veterinarian for 35 years, however; all of his work is now devoted to equine acupuncture.He studied at the Chinese Academy of Acupuncture and completed his studies with the "masters" in the orient.Of course, his studies were on humans, not horses.Besides, the meridian points on horses had never been mapped out, yet.Dr. Cain undertook this endeavor using his own horses on his farm in Kentucky.He was the first person to map out the meridian system on horses.In 1974/75 Dr. Cain co-founded the International Veterinarian Acupunctural Society.He then began instructing veterinarians, and his training is now worldwide.Currently, Dr. Cain is working on a research project at the University of Vienna, Austria to show the academic community that acupunctural diagnosis is far superior to what universities are currently using to diagnose.
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Mesmerized by Cain, she spent a lot of time watching and learning from him.
EPM: Elusive, Pernicious, Manageable | Equine Therapy
www.holistichorse.com, 18 April 2012 [cached]
Her mentor has been Dr. Marvin Cain, founder of the Equine Acupuncture Society of America, who is credited with identifying acupuncture's EPM immune points, and has suggested a link between suppression of the immune system and EPM.
"Eighty percent of horses we look at are in some stage of EPM," she says.
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Dr. Cain has observed that soreness or lameness expressed in the left hind tends to lead to a diagnosis of EHV-1; signs in the right hind are more likely attributed to EPM.
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"We started with Dr. Cain a long time ago," Gary Young says.
About The Staff
www.libertyhillhorse.com, 16 Dec 2010 [cached]
DR. MARVIN CAIN
Dr. Marvin Cain graduated from Ohio State University where he earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree in 1955.
After years of successful practice in his small animal hospital in Ohio he became interested in alternatives to balance bodily functions in addition to the pharmaceuticals that lined his hospital shelves. He was first introduced to acupuncture in 1970 and received his certification in China and continued his studies in Korea and Japan.
In 1975 he co-founded the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS). In 1987 the demand for his equine skills became so great he closed his small animal practice.
He has incorporated other modalities of therapy to complement "traditional medicine" into his successful equine practice where his clients have included Kentucky Derby and Breeder's Cup winners.
Dr. Cain is our "alternative medicine advisor".
Pony ExpressVolume 3 Issue 3
www.naturalhorse.net, 17 Sept 2001 [cached]
The renowned Dr. Marvin Cain, veterinarian and acupuncturist, will lecture, demonstrate, and treat horses with acupuncture; Gwen Edsall, equine therapist, will also demonstrate and treat horses; Linda Bertschinger, trainer and instructor, will demonstrate a therapeutic approach of training.
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Dr. Marvin Cain has been a veterinarian for 35 years, however; all of his work is now devoted to equine acupuncture.He studied at the Chinese Academy of Acupuncture and completed his studies with the "masters" in the orient.Of course, his studies were on humans, not horses.Besides, the meridian points on horses had never been mapped out, yet.Dr. Cain undertook this endeavor using his own horses on his farm in Kentucky.He was the first person to map out the meridian system on horses.In 1974/75 Dr. Cain co-founded the International Veterinarian Acupunctural Society.He then began instructing veterinarians, and his training is now worldwide.Currently, Dr. Cain is working on a research project at the University of Vienna, Austria to show the academic community that acupunctural diagnosis is far superior to what universities are currently using to diagnose.Diagnosis with acupuncture can be made on a subclinical level and is more accurate.For example, with acupuncture EPM can be detected before symptoms become apparent offering a much earlier awareness, thus bettering the chances for successful treatment.
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Mesmerized by Cain, she spent a lot of time watching and learning from him.Although she is not an acupuncturist, Gwen has used the principles of Dr. Cain's along with her experience to develop her own technique.
Healing Horses, An Alternative Approach Can Make The Difference - March 2001 - Equiworld - Equestrian Information on the internet
www.equi.net, 1 Mar 2001 [cached]
On June 2nd , Classicus is very honored to offer the knowledge and services of three practitioners of the healing arts : the renowned Dr. Marvin Cain - veterinarian and acupuncturist , Dr. Bertschinger – chiropractor , and Gwen Edsall – equine therapist.
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Dr. Marvin Cain has been a veterinarian for 35 years , however ; all of his work is now devoted to equine acupuncture.He studied at the Chinese Academy of Acupuncture and completed his studies with the masters in the orient.Of course , his studies were on humans not horses.Besides , the meridian points on horses had never been mapped out , yet.Dr. Cain undertook this endeavor using his own horses on his farm in Kentucky.He was the first person to map out the meridian system on horses.In 1974/75 Dr. Cain co-founded the International Veterinarian Acupunctural Society.He then began instructing veterinarians , and his training is now worldwide.Currently , Dr. Cain is working on a research project at the University of Vienna , Austria to show the academic community that acupunctural diagnosis is far superior to what universities are currently using to diagnose.Diagnosis with acupuncture can be made on a sub clinical level and is more accurate.For example , with acupuncture EPM can be detected before symptoms become apparent offering a much earlier awareness , thus bettering the chances for successful treatment.
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Mesmerized by Cain , she spent a lot of time watching and learning from him.Although she is not an acupuncturist , Gwen has used the principles of Dr. Cain's along with her experience to develop her own technique.
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