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Dr. Ina Gösmeier

Dr. Ina Gösmeier is a veterinarian who specializes in Traditional Chinese Medicine for animals, particularly horses, and has extensive knowledge and experience in acupuncture and Chinese herbs, as well as being a Wings Kinesiology Practitioner and Certified Veterinary Chinese Herbalist.

Her Veterinarian Pathway With the Focus on Traditional Chinese Medicine

It is incredibly logical and the connection between the spirit and the body in the Chinese diagnosis and therapy fascinated me from the very beginning.

Dr. Ina Gösmeier studied Veterinary Science at the University of Giessen and upon graduating, worked in a horse and small animal practice. Once her interest in Chinese Medicine was awakened she concentrated on this as a veterinarian, acquiring the additional title for acupuncture and furthering her knowledge of Chinese Herbs by completing the necessary studies at Universities in China and Switzerland. Since 1990, she runs her own practice for Traditional Chinese Veterinarian Medicine.

Over the years whilst running my own practice I have come across many horses with various health or rideability issues that we have been able to treat very successfully using Traditional Chinese Medicine.

In 2002 Dr. Ina Gösmeier completed her qualification as a Wings Kinesiology Practitioner for Animals. Since 2008 she has been a Certified Veterinary Chinese Herbalist (CVCH) from the Chi Institute and China National Society of TCVM. She is also involved in teaching acupuncture to veterinary practitioners at universities and lectures regularly in Britain, Ireland, and the USA.

Knowledge and Passion Combined

Above all, she is an animal lover through and through and treats every horse, from a Shetland pony to world superstars, with traditional Chinese Medicine.
A rider herself, she has ridden to Grand Prix in dressage and in 1989 completed her Master of Equine Management.

Since 2002, she supports the German Teams at competitions and events. Her role is to ensure the health and well-being of the horses and to contribute to their abilities to perform as well as possible.

If healing is often considered as the role of a veterinarian practician, her goal is to preserve the health of the horse, not only physically but also mentally.

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