Suárez Redondo M.
Publications in IVIS
Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of León in 2003 and Outstanding Cum Laude Doctorate from the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM) in 2008 with a doctoral thesis on mammary tumors in the bitch.
She also works as a small animal surgeon at the UCM Veterinary Clinical Hospital, and has taught at the UCM courses in Surgical Techniques in Soft Tissues and the UCM Master in Traumatology and Orthopedic Surgery.
She was certified in Acupuncture (CVA), Food Therapy (CVFT) and Tui-na (CVTP) with the Chi Institute of Europe, where she also worked as a teacher and internship instructor (2009-2014).
She has been an Honorary Collaborator of the UCM Department of Animal Medicine and Surgery from 2007 to 2012, and is currently also a teacher of the Master in Hospital Clinic for Residents of the HCVC.
She is the author and co-author of several scientific publications and has participated in different national and international conferences with works related to surgery, acupuncture and laser therapy, and in various research projects. He has collaborated in the translation and revision of the book "TCVM: Fundamental Principles" written by Dr. Huisheng Xie and Vanessa Preast.
She participates in the review of scientific articles in the British publication Vet CPD Journal and for the magazine of the AEMVTC (Spanish Association of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine) of which he is a member.
UCM Diploma in Traumatology and Orthopedic Surgery (2003), AO Vet Basic Course (2004). TCVM Clinical Approach program, Certified Chinese Herbalist modules: Gastrointestinal disorders / Spleen; Kidney / Geriatric / Urinary / Reproductive; Liver / Endocrinology; Dermatology, Oncology and Immune-mediated disorders (2010-2012).
Training in Chiropractic applied to the sacropelvic, thoracolumbar and cervical areas with the IAVC (2010). Stayed at Cornell University (USA) in Internal Medicine and Surgery (2004, 2005). Volunteer veterinarian at the Samoa Animal Protection Center (APS) (2008). Scholarship of the Ministry of Science and Technology of the PR China (2011): International Training Workshop on Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and Techniques.
She is especially interested in pain management, in the dissemination of MVTC and in the integration of this specialty within the veterinary clinic, especially in the field of surgery and digestive problems.