In this FREE talk, Dr. Kim will address how to avoid common problems that pets can have in the colder, winter months.
Dr. Freeman earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Florida in 1997. She has practiced small and large animal medicine as well as emergency/critical care in New Mexico and Arizona over the last 18 years. She was afforded the opportunity to study Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture while on the flexible emergency schedule and received her certification in 2006 from the Chi Institute in Florida. Since then she has attended courses in advanced tongue and pulse diagnosis as well as food therapy through the Chi Institute and is scheduled to be an instructor for the 2016 Basic Mixed Animal Acupuncture course this spring. She has recently earned a Foundations of Herbalism certificate, a nine-month long intensive course in Western Herbs taught by Milagro School of Herbal Medicine. Locally, she engages in a stimulating combination of Eastern and Western practice at Gruda Veterinary Hospital.
She is very interested in internal medicine, pain management, preventative medicine and food therapy using Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Herbalism techniques. When not practicing veterinary medicine she is hiking, learning crossfit, traveling or making medicine with her sweet puppy Grace.