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Animal Energy World Conference 2018

Dr. Marvin J. Firth. MRCVS 'The role of additional therapies in a Veterinary Practice' .

Dr. Marvin J. Firth MRCVS is an experienced veterinary surgeon who qualified from the University of Liverpool with first class honours and distinction. He won scholarships from the Wellcome Trust, British Equine Veterinary Association and University to undertake research in advanced imaging of Thoroughbred Racehorses, advanced reproductive techniques and internal medicine in the UK, Europe and the U.S. Upon graduation he has worked in first opinion, referral and academic practice, working alongside specialists and researchers at the Royal Veterinary College and in Newmarket (sponsored by the HBLB and TBA). Publications in pregnancy and reasons for recurrent pregnancy loss as well as lecturing engagements have been undertaken alongside developing a high standard of clinical practice. As well as being awarded FEI PT veterinarian status, Dr Firth is an Internationally Approved Veterinary Chiropractor (IVCA) and performs acupuncture in dogs and horses. He now undertakes referrals and second opinions from both veterinary surgeons and clients across the South of England and Internationally. He is the Official Veterinary Surgeon for Polo on the Beach and often undertakes charity work and promotion for equine and canine causes. Dr Firth is a personable veterinarian with high clinical standards and traditional values and enjoys to educate clients and students where possible as well as the general public. He is a regular on BBC Radio and presents regular blogs and articles on veterinary issues with an expanding media portfolio.

Dr Marvin Firth has additional treatments to his practice for both canine and equine which he will be speaking of their role:

  • Acupuncture. Dr Marvin Firth is a Member of the Association of British Veterinary Acupuncturists
  • Chiropractic. Internationally approved veterinary surgeon in Chirpractic (IVCA) for both canine and equine
  • Therapeutic Laser Therapy. There are some amazing results with Laser Therapy in many animals and these videos offer some incredulous examples here.

​Read more about Dr Firth on his website here and you can email him at info@countyequine.co.uk 

And Join him for Canine Chiropractic on Facebook. And for County Equine on Facebook here

Instagram here.

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