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Dr. Sagiv Ben-Yakir

Dr. Sagiv Ben-Yakir

 

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.) [in honor] from Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada (1986).
  • Member of The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (M.R.C.V.S) - U.K. (1986). [# 3178].
  • The academic course manager and chief instructor of “Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine – bi-annual certification course” at The Academic College at Wingate, Israel – the courses are run continuously from 2001.
  • Vice President at “The Asian Society for Traditional Veterinary Medicine” (ASTVM) [China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Israel etc.].
  • President of “The Israeli Society of Traditional Veterinary Medicine” (ISTVM).
  • The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society     (I.V.A.S) Member of The House of Delegates (HOD).
  • Licensed to practice Veterinary Medicine in Israel [# 682], U.S.A [Florida – # VM 5883], Canada and U.K. [# 3178].
  • Bachelor of Science  (B.Sc. in Biology) from Tel-Aviv University.
  • Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist (C.V.A) by “The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society” (I.V.A.S – San Diego, California, U.S.A).   
  •  Certified Veterinary Chiropractor (C.V.C) by "BackBone-Academy", Germany.
  •  Certified in Veterinary Homotoxicology (C.V.Homtox’) by “The International Society of Homotoxicology” (Baden-Baden, Germany).
  •  Liaison officer between the Israeli Medical Association – Acupuncture Medical Doctors (MD) and the Israeli veterinary communities. 
  •  Certified in Veterinary-NAET (Vet-NAET) (U.S.A).
  • Lecturer at “American Veterinary Medical Association” (AVMA) annual conferences, “The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society”(IVAS) [30th, 31st, 32nd 33rd, 34th,38th ,40th, 41st International Congresses], “The International Biotherapy Society”(IBS) World Congresses, “Belgium Veterinary Acupuncture Society”(BeVAS),“The American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association”(AHVMA) annual conferences, “The American Veterinary Acupuncture Academy” (AVAA) annual conferences, “Asociacion Espanola de Veterinarios Acupuntores” (A.E.V.A), “Taiwan Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medical Association”, “The Academic Conferences of The Asia Society of Traditional Veterinary Medicine”, “North American Veterinary Conference” (NAVC), “Gesellschaft für Ganzheitliche Tiermedizin” (GGTM, Germany), “The Israeli Medical Association”, “Israel Society for Parasitology, Protozoology and Tropical Diseases” (ISPPTD) annual conferences, “Veterinary Acupuncturists Association of the Mediterranean Region" (VAM), Healthcare Academy, Den Hoek, Holland, AUG Dag, Holland.

·        “ORSHINA” – The Israeli Institute for Modern Holistic Veterinary Medicine & Sciences – Founder & CEO.


CAVM MODALITIES:

Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Homeopathy, Herbal Medicine (Eastern & Western), Homotoxicology, Homeosiniatry, Vet-NAET, Veterinary Low Level Laser Therapy (VLLLT), Hirudotherapy (Medical Leeches), Apitherapy (mainly Bee Venom Therapy), Physical Manipulation, Orthomolecular Medicine, Prolotherapy, Animal Floral Acupuncture (AFA), Micro-Implantable Devices into acupuncture points, Gold Beads Implantation (GBI).

 

WESTERN/CONVENTIONAL MEDICINE - as needed.

 

SPECIES OF ANIMAL TREATED: Small animals, Exotics, Equine, Bovine, Ovine, Caprine, Aquatics.

 

Dr. Sagiv Ben-Yakir has three corner stones in his veterinary medicine activities:

1)   Continual Clinical Practice in Small, Large, Equine & Exotics animals for the last 25 years, doing CAVM as well as Conventional Veterinary Medicine.

2)   Continual Teaching CAVM for the last 14 years nation wide as well as internationally. 

3)   Continual Research Activities for the last 14 years in CAVM, in – The Integrative Way, that’s to say – looking for the scientific basis behind the CAVM modalities.

 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

1) “Hemoacupuncture or The Therapy that Sucks”, "Bee Venom therapy (BVT) – or The Therapy that Stings" and "Treating cancer with Herbal medicine" in Conference for Complementary Veterinary Medicine 27-28th November 2015, EduPet Educatie, Holland. Pp. c  

 

2) "Hemo-acupuncture – or The Therapy that Sucks", "Bee Venom therapy (BVT) – or The Therapy that Stings", "Chiropuncture", "Electroacupuncture", "Gold Beads Implantation (GBI)" at The Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine Seminar session #1 in Lisbon, Portugal 27th September, 2015.

 

3) "Feline Severe Gingivitis/Stomatitis/Faucitis Treated by Gold Dust Implantation" at the 41st International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS) annual conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, August 2015 proceedings pp 155 – 160.

 

4) "Biopunctura Con Collagen MDs E Medicinali Omotossicologici in Medicina Veterinaria" in "La Medicina Biologica" July-September 2015 pp. 13 – 20.

 

5)  Speaker & writer of four different topics in Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine - seminar with Dr. Sagiv Ben-Yakir for Healthcare Academy, Den Hoek, Holland 8th November, 2014. Topics: "Pain management – a novel approach"; "Prolotherapy"; "Gold beads implantation (GBI)" and – "Veterinary Low Level Laser Therapy".

 

6) "Bovine Veterinary Low Level Laser Acupuncture to Reduce High Somatic Cell (S.C.C) Counts" at the 40th International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS) annual conference in Florence, Italy, Sept. 2014 proceedings pp 285-287.

 

 

7) Speaker & writer of six different topics for "The American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA)" 2014 Annual Conference in Portland, OR, US 13-16 September, 2014 – in its proceedings – Aquapuncture for Pain Management, Leech Therapy, Bee Venom Therapy, Medical Leech Therapy for Equine laminitis, A novel Approach to Equine Sacro-iliac Luxation, Equine Sarcoid Herbal Therapy.

 

8) "Small animal tumors - diagnosis and therapy according to traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine" at the 5th conference of The Asian Society of Traditional Veterinary Medicine (ASTVM) in 12th -15th 2014 in Beijing, China in its proceedings.

 

9) "Veterinary Low Level Laser Therapy" a lecture and an hands-on work-shop at AUG Dag 2013 November 11, Holland.

 

10)  "Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and Dermatology" in The Holistic Veterinary Society of New Zealand Newsletter, March 2013, pp. 24-27.

 

11)  "Veterinary Low Level Laser Therapy" in The Holistic Veterinary Society of New Zealand Newsletter, Dec 2012, pp. 26-29.

 

12) "Veterinary Low Reactive-Level Laser Therapy (VLRLT)" in The Journal of Japanese Society of Traditional Veterinary Medicine, Vol. 20 No 1 pp. 33-36.

 

13  “Solving Acute Equine Laminitis with 94% Clinical Success Rate” in The Proceedings of the 38th Annual International Congress on Veterinary Acupuncture, pp. 109-114, 29 August –01 September, 2012, Galway, Ireland by The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS).

 

14) “Case study: treatment of a soft tissue sarcoma” in New Zealand Holistic veterinary Society Newsletter June 2012, pp. 16.

 

15)  “Pain management – A New Approach; Traditional Veterinary Dermatology; Veterinary Low Level Laser Therapy; Gold Beads Implantations; Prolotherapy; Homeosiniatry: The Combination of Acupuncture and Homeopathy; Eplilepsy Control Using Gold Beads Implants; Low Level Laser Therapy for Severe Dermatitis; IVDD treatment by using Homeosiniatry; Daily Veterinary Homotoxicolgy: A simple Approach that Bridges Western Veterinary Medicine and Homeopathy” in The Proceedings of North American Veterinary Conference (NAVC) January 2012, Orlando, Florida, USA.

 

16) “The Use of Medical Leeches for Animal Benefit” in The Proceedings of 2011 Annual Meeting of Israel Society for Parasitology, Protozoology and Tropical Diseases, pp. 35, Kfar Hamaccabiah, Ramat Gan, Israel, December 2011.

 

17) "Veterinary Low Level Energy Therapy (VLLLT)” in The Proceedings of Veterinary Acupuncturists Association of the Mediterranean Region (VAM), 6th Congress in Barcelona, Spain. 

 

18) “Hemo-Acupuncture” in The Proceedings of Veterinary Acupuncturists Association of the Mediterranean Region (VAM), 6th Congress in Barcelona, Spain.

 

19) “Veterinary Homeosiniatry – The Bridge between Acupuncture and Homeopathy”, “Veterinary Low Level Energy Therapy” (VLLLT) in The Proceedings of Kongress fur Ganzheitliche Tiermedizin, 29 April – 01 Mai 2011, Nurenberg, Germany. 

 

20)  “Homeosiniatry – The Bridge between Acupuncture and Homeopathy” in The Journal of Japanese Society of Traditional Veterinary Medicine, Vol 18 No 2 pp. 19 - 28. Jan 2011.  

 

21)   “Hemoacupuncture or The Therapy that Sucks” in The Journal of Traditional Veterinary Medicine 2010, Vol 18 No 1 pp 1-8. Published by Japanese Society of Traditional Veterinary Medicine and as part of the proceedings of The Third Academic Conference of Asian Society of Traditional Veterinary Medicine. July 2010.

 

22)  “Veterinary Bee Venom Therapy (VBVT) – or, The Therapy That Stings” + “Gold Beads Implantation (GBI): The Scientific Basis” in “Chiron” by Australian Holistic Veterinary Association Journal/Australian Veterinary Association, Summer 2009/2010 pp 5 & 14.  

 

23) “Veterinary Bee Venom Therapy” in Dog World, The Israeli Dog Association Magazine, October 2009 page 13.

 

24) “Gold Beads Implantation (GBI) – The Scientific Basis” in The Medical Acupuncture Web Page & The Veterinary Acupuncture Page http://tinyurl.com/yaelf85

 

25) “Skin tumors removal by using alternative veterinary herbal remedies” in Dog World, The Israeli Dog Association Magazine, August 2009 page 10.

 

26)  ”Alternative Veterinary Medicine” in Dog World, The Israeli Dog Association Magazine, June 2009 pp 20-21.
 

27)  ”Homeosiniatry in Veterinary Medicine” in American Journal of Traditional Veterinary Medicine (AJTCVM) 2009;4:70-76.

 

28) ”Seminario Internacional de Medicina Veterinaria Complementaria y Alternativa” – organizado por Asociacion Espanola de Veterinarios Acupuntores (A.E.V.A) in Facultat de Veterinaria, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain – 27 y 28 de Febrero de 2009 Ponente: Dr. Sagiv Ben-Yakir. Proceedings 50 pp.  

 

29) "Difficult Cases in Holistic Veterinary Medicine” -  2 days seminar (lectures & lab) given by Dr. Sagiv Ben-Yakir in  “Equilbre – Zentrum fur Ganzheitliche Medizin” – 15 & 16 November 2008 in Tierklinic Hattersheim, Frankfurt, Germany. Subjects: Hemoacupuncture – or the therapy that sucks, Bee Venom Therapy – or the therapy that stings, Gold Beads Implantation, Homeosiniatry – the combination of acupuncture and homeopathy, traditional veterinary Chinese Medicine & dermatology, Prolotherapy or the injection of proliferative sterile remedies into acupuncture points to solve animal musculoskeletal problems, evidence-based acupuncture or the full answer Dr. Douglas H. Slatter was waiting for, Daily veterinary homotoxiclogy – a simple approach to get the bridge between western veterinary medicine and homeopathy.

                     Two of the lectures can be found over the net –

                    “Prolotherapy in animals”  in –      

                    http://tinyurl.com/y9vovmk

                    and

                    “Traditional Veterinary Chinese Medicine &   

                    Dermatology” in – http://tinyurl.com/y9ccpjs

 

30) ”Evidence-Based Veterinary Acupuncture” and “Gold Beads Implantation (GBI) – The Scientific Basis” in Proceedings of the 34th Annual International Congress on Veterinary Acupuncture, pp189-195, 20-23 September, 2008, Keystone, Colorado, USA, by The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS).

 

31)  ”Gold Beads Implantation (GBI) into acupuncture points – from theory to practice” in the 2nd academic conference of Asian Society of Traditional Veterinary Medicine Proceedings, pp 44-45, 5-8 September, 2008, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.

 

32) “Animal Floral Acupuncture”, “Homotoxicology”, Homotoxicology Drills”, “Homeosiniatry”, “Prolotherapy” in 145th American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Annual Convention, 19-22 July, 2008, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, Convention Notes.

33) ”Veterinarmedizinische Bienengift-Therapie” in Zeitschrift fur Ganzheitliche Tiermedizin, 2008; vol 22:30-32.

34) ”Veterinary Bee Venom Therapy” in 2008 The Israeli Apitherapy Organization Proceedings, 25th Feb 2008, Israel.

35) “Veterinary Gold Beads Implantation” in Iton Hai, The Israeli Pets Magazine, Vol 163, pp 32-33, February 2008.

36)  “Veterinary Apitherapy Or The Therapy That Stings”, “Neuropathy Treated By Bee Venom Therapy”, “Feline Thromboembolism (Saddle Thrombus) Treated By Medical Leeches”, “Evidence-Based Acupuncture”, “A Novel Approach To Veterinary Dermatology”, “Hemoacupuncture – Or The Therapy That Sticks”, “Prolotherapy – A Great CAVM Method To Solve Musculoskeletal Problems”, “Homotoxicology – An Introduction Of The Modern Veterinary Homeopathy Into The Daily Activities Of A Busy Veterinary Clinic” in 2008 North American Veterinary Conference (NAVC) proceedings small animals & exotics pp 5-22, Orlando, Florida, USA January 19 –23, 2008.

 

37)  “Veterinary Bee Venom Therapy” in “Yalkut  Amichveret” , The Israeli Bee Keepers Association Journal 47: 71-72, 2007.

 

38) ”A practical guide to canine and feline acupuncture points”  A course notebook, 64 pp with drawings, 2008, 6th edition, Wingate Institute, Israel.  

 

39) ”A practical guide to equine acupuncture points”  a course notebook, 46 pp with drawings, 2008,6th edition, Wingate Institute, Israel.   

40)  "Homeosiniatry in the Modern Veterinary Practice” in 33rd Annual International Congress on Veterinary Acupuncture by International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS) proceedings pp29-40, Niedernhausen, Germany, August 22-25, 2007.

 

41) ”Dermatology: TCM Patterns” in 33rd Annual International Congress on Veterinary Acupuncture by International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS) proceedings pp49-52, Niedernhausen, Germany, August 22-25, 2007.

 

42) ”Complementary and alternative veterinary medicine” – a seminar book written by Dr. Sagiv Ben-Yakir. The seminar was given at National Chiayi University, School of Veterinary Medicine, Chiayi, Taiwan, on 11&12 August 2007. Book chapters: Hemoacupuncture – the use of  medicinal leeches; Homeosiniatry – the  combination of acupuncture and homeopathy;  TCVM & Dermatology; Prolotherapy; Bee Venom   Therapy; Homotoxicology – the bridge between   Therapy; Homotoxicology – the bridge between  western veterinary medicine and homeopathy;   Evidence-based acupuncture.   

43) ”Veterinary Hirudotherapy” in 7th International Conference n Biotherapy proceedings pp 15-16, 21-24 June 2007 Seoul, S. Korea.

 

44) “Veterinary Acupuncture” in The 13 Annual Conference of The Israeli Medical Association on Acupuncture (MSAIMA) proceedings, 10th June 2007.

 

45) ”Homoosiniatrie in der Veterinarpraxis” in Biologische Tiermedizin (BTM), 3:56-60, Dec 2006. Aurelia-Verlag GmbH, Baden-Baden, Germany. An English version can be found in – http://tinyurl.com/ycbl6k3

 

46) “Veterinary Apitherapy, or the therapy that stings” in Proceedings of 14th scientific conference of The Israeli Bee Keepers Association, Israeli Government - Agriculture Ministry, December 2006. Beit-Dagon, Israel.

 

47) ”On diagnosis & therapy of animal skin conditions according to TCVM” in Zen Herbs, December 2006 -  www.zenherbs.co.il  and Sinit -  www.sinit.co.il

 

48)  ”Veterinary Alternative & Complementary Medicine” in Sinit www.sinit.co.il  December 2006.

 

49) ”Animals anxiety due to the war condition in north of Israel” in Simple Natural, Idan-Hadli journal , September 2006, p 24, Israel.

 

50) ”Veterinary Apitherapy, or the therapy that stings” in Proceedings of the 2006 annual conference of The American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA), pp 356-358, Louisville, Kentucky, USA.

 

51) ”Veterinary Hirudotherapy, or the therapy that sucks” in Proceedings of the 2006 annual conference of The American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA), pp 359-364, Louisville, Kentucky, USA.

 

52) ”Veterinary Homeosiniatry: Combination of Homeopathy and Acupuncture” ” in Proceedings of the 2006 annual conference of The American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA), pp 365-374, Louisville, Kentucky, USA.

 

53) ”Veterinary TCVM Dermatology” in Proceedings of the 2006 annual conference of The American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA), pp 375-377, Louisville, Kentucky, USA.

 

54) ”Homeosiniatry in Veterinary Practice” in Proceedings of the 32nd annual international congress on veterinary acupuncture by The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS), pp 23-40, 23-26 August, 2006, USA.

 

55) ”Hemo-Acupuncture: Modern applications in Veterinary Medicine” in Proceedings of the 32nd annual international congress on veterinary acupuncture by The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS), pp 145-152, 23-26 August, 2006, USA.

 

56) ”TCVM Dermatology Patterns” in Proceedings of the 32nd annual international congress on veterinary acupuncture by The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS), pp 183-188, 23-26 August, 2006, USA.

 

57) “Hirudotherapie in der Veterinarmedizin –die Therapie, die saugt und sitzt” in Zeitschrift fur Ganzheitliche Tiermedizin 3/2006, pp 95-100, August, 2006, Germany.

 

58) ”Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine – the futuristic veterinary clinic” in Vet Clinic Management #3, pp 22-23, October 2005, Israel.

 

59) ”Veterinary Homeosiniatry” in Proceedings of the 31st annual international congress on veterinary acupuncture by The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS), pp 129-135, 21-24 September, 2005, USA.

 

60) ”Veterinary Hirudotherapy & Equine Laminitis” in THE BeTER LeTTER, Vol 2, #2, Fall 2005. Biotherapeutics, education & research foundation, Irvine, CA, USA.

                 http://tinyurl.com/yajtghe

 

61)  ”Introduction to Homotoxicology” in 142nd AVMA Annual  Convention & 28th World Veterinary Congress Convention Notes, Minneapolis, MN,USA, July 16-20, 2005.

 

62) ”Homotoxicology: Homeosiniatry, the bridge between acupuncture and homeopathy” in 142nd AVMA Annual convention & 28th World Veterinary Congress Conventions Notes, Minneapolis, MN, USA, July 16-20, 2005.

 

63) ”Veterinary Hirudotherapy (VHT), or The Therapy That Sucks” in 142nd AVMA Annual Convention & 28th World Veterinary Congress Convention Notes, Minneapolis, MN, USA, July 16-20, 2005.

 

64) ”Apitherapy: The Therapy That Stings” in 142nd AVMA Annual  Convention & 28th World Veterinary Congress Convention Notes, Minneapolis, MN, USA, July 16-20, 2005.

 

65) ”Veterinary Hirudotherapy (VHT) or The Therapy That Sucks” in Journal of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association, Vol 24, #1, pp 11-18, April-June 2005.

 

66) ”Veterinary Homotoxicology – principles & practice” a book-notes by Heel Canada Inc, Oct 2004.   

67) ”Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine” in Adam & Chiah, People & Animals, Sept 2004, p. 18.

68) Primary evaluation of homeopathic remedies injected via acupuncture points to reduce chronic high somatic cell counts in modern dairy farms” in Veterinary Acupuncture Newsletter, Vol 27, #1, pp 19-21, Feb 2004, also in – Journal of Biomedical Therapy, Fall  2004, pp 13-15, and –

                 http://tinyurl.com/ydzyeut

                 

69) ”Bio-Zoo-Acupuncture” in Veterinary Acupuncture Newsletter, Vol 26, #3, p 7, Aug 2003, also in Proceedings of the 30th Annual International Congress on Veterinary Acupuncture, sponsored by The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (I.V.A.S), Sept 2004, pp 257-260.

                     http://tinyurl.com/yb4mnfu

70) ”Alternative Veterinary Medicine “ in Iton Hai, The Israeli Pets Magazine, Vol 117, pp 10-12, April 2004.   

71) Equine Chronic Sacroiliac Subluxation: An Old Problem - A Novel Therapeutic Approach” in Journal of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association —Vol 21, # 3, pp 13-14, Oct 2002.

                 http://tinyurl.com/y94dy2c

72) ”Alternative Veterinary Medicine In The Modern Dairy Farm” in 14th Israeli Annual Conference of Dairy Sciences Proceedings – Feb 2002.

73) ”Equine Acupuncture” in Among Horses, The Israeli National Riding Association Magazine – Feb 2002, # 3, Page 9.

74) ”Organic Veterinary Medicine “ in Our Organic Food, The Israeli Organic Agriculture Association Magazine, Aug 2001, # 4, page 324.

75) ”Yunnan Pai Yao: A Chinese Herbal Medicine for Prevention & Treatment of Haemorrhage in Animals” in Israel Journal of Veterinary Medicine – 2000, Vol 55, Number 3, Page 110.

76) ”Alternative Veterinary Medicine” in The Israeli Kennel Club Journal, # 3, pp 12-13, 2000.

77) Regeneration of amputated avian bone by a coral skeletal implant” in   Biol. Bull.  1999, 197: 11-13.

78) Diseases in reptiles caused by algae, fungi and viruses” in Hardun The Israel Herpetological Information Center Magazine, 1990,Vol 5, Page 57-64.

 

 

Dr. Sagiv Ben-Yakir –

 

     Clinic: “Dr. Ben-Yakir Veterinary Clinic”

     9 Ha-Yarkanim St.

     P.O.Box  3337

     Ramot-Hashavim, ISRAEL.

Clinic Phone #: +972-9-741-0668

Clinic Email: rsyakir@netvision.net.il

 

     Mailing address:

     Dr. Sagiv Ben-Yakir

     P.O.B  3337

     Ramot-Hashavim, ISRAEL 4593000

E-MAIL – benyakir@013net.net 

Mobile Phone #:  +972-54-485-4414    

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