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Articles by Susan Wagner, DVM, MS, DACVIM

Susan Wagner, DVM, MS, DACVIM


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How self awareness aids our patients: part 1 (Proceedings)
November 1, 2010

Energy to most of us is something that turns lights on and off and runs our cars. We don't realize we are made of energy, and that we interact with other humans and animals on an instinctive, energetic basis. Having an awareness of how we affect others allows us to be better colleagues, practitioners and care givers.

Shifting from a negative to a positive practice environment (Proceedings)
November 1, 2010

Humans and animals have the instinctive ability to energetically interact with everything around them. As positive or negative energies interact with our energy fields, we are physically and emotionally affected. When the surroundings are stressful, this energy can cause anxiety, weaken the immune system and literally create negative situations for the patient. Procedures can be more difficult, untoward reactions can occur, and healing can be interrupted because of the energy of the people and surroundings. It is imperative that we keep gossip, anger, and drama out of the practice.

How self awareness aids our patients: part 2 (Proceedings)
November 1, 2010

Animals serve many roles when it comes to energy and the planet. Their energy fields are far more expansive than ours – a dog's energy field is approximately ten times that of a human's. A horse's field will encompass a large arena, and a cat's will fill an entire property. The energy of wildlife is especially important to the survival of the planet. They create a frequency that maintains the vibrational health of the planet, and all creatures on it.

What constitutes a healthy workplace? (Proceedings)
November 1, 2010

As veterinary professionals, we have been trained to create a practice environment that focuses on maintaining cleanliness and reducing disease transmission. While these are vital to the health of our staff and patients, we must also consider other aspects of healing. The emotional and energetic atmosphere our clients, staff and patients are exposed to does influence their physical, mental and behavioral well being. It is our obligation to provide a setting conducive to improving staff work life and patient health.

The energy of the human-animal bond (Proceedings)
April 1, 2010

Animals serve many roles when it comes to energy and the planet. Their energy fields are far more expansive than ours – a dog's energy field is approximately 10 times that of a human's. A horse's field will encompass a large arena, and a cat's will fill an entire property.

Principles to empower yourself professionally and personally (Part 2) (Proceedings)
April 1, 2010

Nikola Tesla was a brilliant inventor who studied wave theory. Along with many other contributions to science, he invented alternating current, the radio, motors that power appliances and ignition switches, and the Tesla coil, which creates a magnetic field. His theories allowed the discovery of MRI, which is based on magnetic field technology.

The effects of sound and music on our patients and workplace (Proceedings)
April 1, 2010

Sound is an important part of an animal's surroundings, and should be considered when taking a history on an anxious or reactive pet. Many owners don't realize the significance of sound in their homes, and most veterinarians are not cognizant of the sonic environment their hospitalized patients are exposed to.

How fear is affecting practice management (Proceedings)
April 1, 2010

Inanimate objects are made of energy, just as living beings are. In fact, everything in life is energy -- thoughts, emotions, intentions and even businesses and communities. The energetic state of a business is set by the founders, and continued by those in control.

Principles to empower yourself professionally and personally (Part 1) (Proceedings)
April 1, 2010

Many of us face challenges such as poor health, financial need, or difficult personal or professional relationships. Or we have a good life, but something is missing. We just don't feel fulfilled.

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