Platelet-rich Plasma in Veterinary Applications Dinner and Lecture March 27th 2019

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Date: Wednesday, March 27th 2019
Time: 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Venue: Holiday Inn Express & Suites, 10 East Pearce St, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 0A8
Nearest Intersection: Leslie and Hwy 7
Phone: (905) 695-5990

Keynote Speaker: Dr Sasan Haghighat (Hyatt)

Dr. Sasan Haghighat (Hyatt) graduated from Veterinary School in 1995. He worked at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) in Newmarket and the Veterinary Emergency Clinic (VEC) in Toronto. Having a strong family background in natural healing methods, he soon developed a new passion: the belief that healing starts from inside. The more he practised veterinary medicine, the less medication he prescribed. His mantra soon became: Let Food be your Medicine and Medicine be your Food.

Dr. Hyatt has also worked with the Earth Rangers and in a private practice in the York Region. In the spring of 2006, he met Dr. Autumn Drouin, a leading naturopathic doctor and veterinarian, and they immediately became very good friends and started working closely together. This led him to attend the world-renowned Chi Institute in Florida where he studied veterinary acupuncture and food therapy (including herbs) based on traditional Chinese medicine.
He is also certified in postural rehabilitation and holds a post-graduate diploma in Bio-Regulatory Medicine through BioMedic in the United Kingdom.
He and Dr. Drouin successfully combined their treatment modalities, including naturopathic medicine, homotoxicology, biological medicine, herbal medicine, acupuncture, and conventional medicine.
Dr Hyatt currently practices in the Newmarket area. His training both as a seasoned emergency veterinarian and a holistic veterinarian gives him a deep understanding of health, and has given him the ability to have a full spectrum approach when treating his patients.