12 May 2018 9:00am
Lord Stanley Hotel
994 Stanley St , East Brisbane, Brisbane Queensland 4169
Dr Kim Lim is an innovative lecturer, who will guide you in revolutionary methods for rehabilitation. She graduated in Veterinary Science with honours from the University of Melbourne, is a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist, Master of Animal Chiropractic from RMIT, certified canine rehabilitation therapist (CCRT) and works solely in integrative, complementary medicine using rehabilitation, chiropractic, acupuncture, craniosacral therapy.
Dr. Lim will be talking about alternatives to surgery for treatment of animals for a variety of conditions, including Acupuncture, Chiropractic/ biomechanical medicine, Craniosacral therapy, Chinese herbal medicine, Soft Tissue therapy, Dietary advice, Trigger Point therapy, Bach Flower remedies, Homotoxicology and Heel products.
Learn how to treat Arthritis, Lameness, Cruciate injury, Hip dysplasia, Elbow dysplasia, Shoulder strain, Spinal or Disc problems, Paralysis, Bad backs/spine and neck pain and more.
Dr Kim Lim graduated in Veterinary Science with honours from the University of Melbourne in 1990. She became a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist in 1992 and received her Master of Animal Chiropractic from RMIT in 2003. She ibecame a certified canine rehabilitation therapist (CCRT) in 2017. Since 1996 she has worked solely in integrative, complementary medicine using rehabilitation, chiropractic, acupuncture, craniosacral therapy, bach flowers and homotoxicology.
Kim has been a past president of the Geelong Branch of the Australian Veterinary Association and the Australian Veterinary Acupuncture Group (AVAG). She has also been a lecturer in both the Animal Chiropractic and the Veterinary Acupuncture courses and is currently a lecturer in the Graduate Diploma in Animal Biomechanical Medicine. She currently works at "Creatures Comfort, Geelong".
Dr. Elaine will be speaking on Animal Massage for Rehabilitation. Learn how to ease musculoskeletal problems, such as chronic osteoarthritis and muscle tendon strains, and how following surgery, these techniques help prevent scar tissue and can even detect any unknown injuries.
After moving to Brisbane in 1996, Elaine performed locum work at many practises around Brisbane and even built and sold a new surgery in Brisbane. She presently performs referral work, teaching, running workshops and locums under her business name “Animal Wellness” in Brisbane, Sydney and Adelaide.
Elaine has lectured in Acupuncture and Dentistry internationally and throughout Australia. She has also travelled extensively throughout the USA, Canada, Europe, New Zealand, Bali, The Cook Islands, and India where she performed volunteer Veterinary work at the latter three locations. Currently she is supporting Dr Bayu with his reforestation projects in Indonesia, helping to coordinate ecotours. Elaine has helped set up a charity vet clinic in Bodhgaya, the Bihar province in Northern India, where she has ongoing communication. This organisation became registered as Vets Beyond Borders and has now become Internationally recognised as one of the leading groups in animal welfare in third world countries.
Politically held past positions include President of the Central Queensland (AVA) Australian Veterinary Association in 1990 and Secretary/Treasurer in 1989. Elaine has been Newsletter Editor of the (AVDS) Australian Veterinary Dental Society, President of the Holistic Veterinary Association, Publicity Officer, Queensland Representative of the Holistic SIG of the AVA.