Author: PJ Broadfoot, D.V.M.

pjAttended Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS and obtained a BS in Animal Science and Industry, with an emphasis on genetics. Graduated KSU School of Veterinary Medicine 1981, ¬†Cum Laude. She started a solo practice in Van Buren, AR in 1982. PJ is married to Jeff Broadfoot, and has four grown children, Brannon, Barrett, Burke and Brea. Member of the Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association, American Veterinary Medical Association, American Holistic Veterinary Medicine. She is a Board Member of the American Society of Bioregula-tory Medicine (ASBRM) Registration of Alternative and integrative Veterinary Education (RAIVE) board member instructor College of Integrative Veterinary Technologies (CIVT) an international online college. She has given lectures on nutritional aspects of healing, and the influence of environment and nutrition on children with learning and behavior difficulties. PJ lectures extensively on Complimentary Medicine in U.S and abroad. ¬†Published articles have been included in such diverse journals as Explore Magazine, The AHVMA Journal, The Bio-therapy Journal, distributed in the U.S. and Germany, and The Integrative Veterinary Care Journal. She co-authored a text-book: Integrating Complementary Medicine into Veterinary Practice (Wiley Blackwell 2008). Her Safe Goods title is “The Efficacy of Velvet Antler in Veterinary Practice.”

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