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For Vets

TRAINING

RegenO3one Vet is honored to offer live hands-on ozone therapy training to veterinarians, veterinarian technicians, and other staff.

 

Join us this year for an unforgettable event!

 

RegenO3one Vet is the only ozone therapy company offering hands-on training FOR Veterinarians BY Veterinarians.

 

Ozone therapy is an effective, natural, and safe solution to healing our animals’ bodies while supporting their overall health. Ozone is beneficial to any animal inflicted with infection, inflammation, tissue damage, cancer, pain, chronic disease, skin issues, etc. Ozone therapy also magnifies all other conventional and alternative therapies to achieve maximum efficacy. 

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Dates:        Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6, 2023

 

Time:          Friday 9:00am to 6:30pm PST

Saturday 8:30am to 8:30pm PST      

                   

Location:   7438 Cardwell Avenue

Orangevale, CA 95662

Cost:           $899.00 Small Animal  |  $999.00 Equine

OUR BELIEFS

 

The staff at RegenO3one Vet believes every animal deserves the chance to thrive in health and spirit.

 

We believe the success of ozone therapy treatments begins with thorough hands-on training from skilled professionals who have extensive first-hand experience administering ozone to all types of animals. We also believe participants must be allowed extensive hands-on time administering ozone to live animals in order to be successful. While theory is important, we believe veterinarians learn and retain new information best after having ample opportunity to practice a new modality on patients comparable to those they will be serving daily.

THIS IS THE FOUNDATION OF OUR TRAINING PROGRAM!

WE BELIEVE IN OZONE THERAPY!

 

WE BELIEVE IN PARTNERING WITH CLINICIANS AND THEIR PATIENTS IN

CHANGING THE WAY VETERINARY MEDICINE IS PRACTICED IN THE FUTURE!

 

WE BELIEVE TRAINING COURSES SHOULD BE ENGAGING, EDUCATING,

AND ENJOYABLE!

OUR TRAINING COURSE

RegenO3one Vet’s ozone therapy course will provide participants with a complete understanding of how ozone therapy can be utilized in a veterinary clinic. Attendees will leave the course comfortable and confident in ozone administration methods so they can immediately begin utilizing this powerful tool in their practices.  

 

HANDS-ON OZONE ADMINISTRATION:

 

Our course provides hands-on access to ozone therapy equipment, teaches protocols, and demonstrates high quality training in the biological effects of medical ozone for treating both common and serious medical conditions. The course also covers the effects of medical ozone in promoting the acceleration of wound healing, flushing, reducing inflammation, ozone for the ears, dental ozone treatments, injections, limb bagging, rectal insufflation, major and minor autohemotherapy, ozone acupuncture, nasal applications, and fluid administration.

 

SCIENTIFIC BASIS OF OZONE AND GENERAL OZONE THERAPY PRINCIPLES:

 

RegenO3one Vet’s training course will consist of a short lecture outlining the science behind medical ozone. Participants will explore the origins of ozone, the basic components of ozone, and the theory behind the selection of ozone for therapeutic and medical applications. This portion of the course will explain the application of ozone therapy, instruct users to practice proper applications, teach the benefits of ozone, and relay how to improve the outcome of other therapies used in conjunction with ozone therapy.

 

FOR VETERINARIANS:

 

RegenO3one Vet’s course will educate veterinarians on how to integrate ozone therapy into their practices, how to charge clients, how to increase profit, and how to educate clients. Several documents will be shared with participants including liability forms, brochures, social media education, and pricing.

OUR INSTRUCTORS AND TRAINERS

 

Our skilled professional training staff consists of licensed veterinarians and experienced veterinarian technicians who have years of clinical experience administering ozone therapy to all animal species.

JYL RUBIN, DVM, AAOT
OWNER/CEO

Jyl Rubin, DVM, AAOT, and Owner/CEO of RegenO3oneVet, graduated in 1995 from Tuskegee Institute School of Veterinary Medicine. She received a degree in Animal Health Technology and worked as a licensed veterinary technician for 13 years before attending veterinary school.

 

Dr. Jyl has owned and operated a mobile and stationary integrative veterinary practice since 1999. She has been practicing ozone therapy since 2015 and is a member of the American Academy of Ozone Therapy, American Holistic Veterinary Association, and the American Veterinary Medical Association.

 

Dr. Jyl is passionate about integrative veterinary medicine and excited to be teaching ozone therapy to other veterinarians and veterinarian technicians so they can also benefit

from this amazing therapy. Dr. Jyl utilizes ozone therapy on almost all of her patients. She has studied under Margo Roman, DVM, and Dr. Frank Schellenberger, M.D., and has taken other private industry ozone courses. Dr. Jyl is dedicated to educating and enhancing the relationship between people and their animals. She has been a veterinary news educator for over 20 years and has been featured on Animal Planet, Disney Radio, CBS, and Fox TV.  She believes ozone therapy will change the way veterinary medicine is practiced in the future.

MICHELLE PATTON, EqDt
INSTRUCTOR/EQUINE DIVISION

Michelle Patton, EqDt, has been riding horses since she was two years old. Her entire life has been immersed in horses, and they are in her blood. At an early age, Michelle began searching for alternative healing methods for her equine counterparts. She earned a degree in Equine Science, and her coursework included Equine Chiropractic, Massage Therapy, Acupuncture and Equine Dentistry. At the same time, Michelle also earned a nursing degree.  

 

Michelle was introduced to ozone therapy when one of her horses (Marcus) developed Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis (EPM), and every veterinarian she consulted with about Marcus’s health recommended he be euthanized. Not willing to give up, one of Michelle’s friends told her about ozone, so, skeptically, Michelle gave it a try. After the

first ozone treatment, Marcus showed some improvement, and, after six months of ozone therapy, EPM Acupuncture, and herbs, Marcus displayed NO signs of EPM. Marcus’s amazing recovery inspired Michelle to learn as much as possible about ozone therapy. Her persistence in this area has resulted in a successful career in the field to which her heart belongs--equine healing.

 

To date, Michelle has administered over 2,500 ozone therapy treatments to horses from all around the country, many of which have returned to professional competition. Her motto is: Changing Lives 3 Molecules at a Time!

MARGO ROMAN, DVM, CVA, COT, CPT, FAAO
GUEST SPEAKER - UTILIZING OZONE WITH MICROBIOME
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Margo Roman, DVM, CVA, COT, CPT, FAAO, graduated from Tuskegee Institute School of Veterinary Medicine in 1978 and interned at Angel Animal Medical Center after graduation. She was on the faculty of Tufts University teaching anatomy, physiology, and acupuncture. She was awarded the Society for Progressive Medicine Award for veterinary excellence in 2017.

 

Dr. Roman is a pioneer in the ozone therapy arena. She started her ozone therapy journey in 2003 when searching for a new modality to use to treat her own horse. She also taught for AAOT from 2012-2017 and for Frontiers from 2015-2017. Dr. Roman has taught and lectured about ozone therapy around the globe and has inspired many other veterinarians and pet parents to utilize it in their clinics and homes.

Dr. Roman is an expert in Microbiome Restorative Therapy, which reintroduces gut biome

from a healthy animal to an unhealthy animal in an effort to reestablish the hundreds of species of biome needed for the body to function optimally. Dr. Roman opened the first ever fecal bank for animals in 2012 and has performed countless fecal transplants to patients in need of such therapy.

 

Dr. Roman has served on the board of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association and is a member of the Veterinary Medical Humane Society, the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Maine Veterinary Medical Association, and the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society. She has owned and operated Main Street Animal Services of Hopkinton in Massachusetts since 1983. www.mashvet.com

 

Dr. Roman and her husband, Jeffrey Auerhahn, have three adult children, three grandchildren, seven dogs, and three cats.

CLAUDIA DE PAULA F. COSTA, DVM
GUEST SPEAKER – MISTLETOE THERAPY
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Cláudia de Paula F. Costa, DVM, graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science of the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, in 1991. Dr. Costa started CIAVET Integrated Center for Veterinary Assistance in 1996. Since then, she has studied and practiced mistletoe therapy, homeopathy, iridology, acupuncture, anthroposophical medicine, and Reiki Therapy. In 2005, Dr. Costa received her Master's Degree in Veterinary Clinic (Infectious Diseases).

 

Dr. Costa has served on the board of the National Association of Veterinary Clinics–São Paulo, and she developed the Intensive Course of Veterinary Homeopathy for the Association of Small Animal Clinics. Dr. Costa is co-author of the book Veterinary Iridology – Vertebrates and Mistletoe Therapy.

Dr. Costa is one of very few veterinarians around the world who are practicing mistletoe therapy, which is used to treat cancer, arthrosis, autoimmune diseases, chronic inflammatory diseases, and other illnesses.

 

Dr. Costa has a love for German Shepherds, and she co-owned a German Shepherd kennel in Germany called Von Nürburgring Kennel for several years.

B. PREETHAM KUMAR, PH.D.
GUEST SPEAKER - HYPERTHERMIA IN VETERINARY MEDICINE
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Dr. B. Preetham Kumar received a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai, India, in 1993. He worked as a researcher/lecturer in the RF and Microwave Laboratory, University of California, Davis, and also as a part-time faculty member in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, California State University, Sacramento (CSUS), from 1993-1999. Dr. Kumar joined CSUS on a full-time basis in August 1999 where he is currently Professor and Graduate Coordinator in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

 

Dr. Kumar has worked on funded projects from Lockheed Martin, Agilent Technologies, Intel, and international agencies, such as The Union for International Cancer Control. Dr. Kumar is currently heading an effort to expand the use of hyperthermia, or microwave heating, as an adjuvant tool in the treatment of cancer for both veterinary and human patients. 

POPPY PHILLIPS, CAN, CPH, CAI, AI,
TRAINING HOST
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Poppy Phillips, CAN, CPH, CAI, AI, was a horse trainer from 1988 to 2006. Some of her clients placed well statewide and at world and national events.


Poppy was introduced to equine chiropractic’s in the early 90’s, and knowing how much pain and damage many show horses endured encouraged her to rethink her career. It broke her heart seeing worn out horses traded in for more talented ones. She was determined to give back to the silent sufferers.


Due to health conditions of her own, Poppy’s adversity forced her to try alternative options. Through her own and her animal’s holistic wellness journey, Poppy founded Equine Alternatives, LLC in 1998 and Holistic Animal Insights 12 years late.

Poppy has now helped animals from all over the world including Singapore, Saudi Arabia, and animals belonging to people in the entertainment industry. She is a Board-Certified Animal Naturopath, Certified Pet Homeopath, Certified Animal Iridologist, Certified Equine Body Worker, Certified Artificial Insemination from Colorado State University, mentored in muscle testing, and has studied herbs, animal nutrition, and human nutrition. Poppy currently lives on a ranch in Shingle Springs, California, with her bulldog Harley, several horses, and a barn kitty.

COURSE DETAILS

 

Friday, May 5, 2023

 

9:00am – 9:15am

Introductions

Course and Trainer Introductions

 

9:15am – 9:45am

History and Introduction of Ozone

 

9:45am - 10:15am

Ozone Administration Methods

 

10:15am - 10:45am

Dr. Margo Roman - Microbiome and Ozone Therapy

 

10:45am - 11:15am

Ozone and Its Many Applications and Uses

11:15am - 11:45am

Questions and Answers

 

11:45am - 12:45pm

Lunch Break

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12:45pm - 6:30pm

Hands-On Applications with Live Animals

(Major Autohemotherapy)

(Minor Autohemotherapy)

(Subcutaneous Injections)

(Acupuncture with Ozone)

(Ear Insufflation)

(Nasal Application)

(Rectal Insufflation)

 

Saturday, May 6, 2023

 

8:30am - 9:15am
Review/Questions and Answers

9:15am - 10:00am
Dr. Claudia Costa – Mistletoe Therapy


10:00am - 10:45am
How to be Sucessful in Ozone Therapy

Pricing, Marketing, and Forms

10:45am – 11:15am
Dr. B. Preethum Kumar - Hyperthermia


11:15am - 12:30pm
Lunch Break


12:30pm - 5:30pm
Equine and Small Animal Ozone Therapy
Hands-On Applications with Live Animals (Continued)


6:00pm

Questions and Answers
Reception

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LODGING

Lake Natomas Inn, 702 Gold Lake Dr, Folsom, CA 95630www.lakenatomainn.com

 

A block of rooms has been reserved under the group name “RegenO3one Vet Rooms.” Please call the Lake Natomas Inn at 916-351-1500 to make your reservation.

Folsom is a historical landmark, and its Historic District has amazing restaurants, shops, museums, and bars. If you are able to spend some time visiting Folsom, we're sure you will truly enjoy it. www.historicfolsom.org

 

COME AND JOIN US! WE’D LOVE TO HAVE YOU!

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