Our doctors participate in continuing education far in excess of what is required by the licensing authority. To further this two-way effort, we also host at MASH (and in Dr. Roman’s home) visiting doctors and scientists.
This summer of 2019 we had several important visitors. At the end of July Dr. Zullyt Zamora, DMV, PhD from Cuba, arrived for a two-week visit. Since 1993, when she graduated from veterinary school, Dr. Zamora has worked in veterinary medical ozone research. In 2009, she received her PhD; her thesis concerned the use of medical ozone in the treatment of foot ulcers in diabetes patients. Her textbook Veterinary Medical Ozone, which was published in 2016, brought together hundreds of research articles with evidence-based medicine and double placebo blind studies.
I am very pleased and excited that we were able to work with the doctors at the Veterinary Emergency Group in Newton. Dr. Lauren Krone was enthusiastic and extremely helpful to help us help our patient. Since MASH is not an emergency clinic. It is important to have a place to send our patients for emergency coverage and x-rays.
Earlier this summer, we also had a visitor from Japan - Shigeru Matsui the inventor of our PEMF Hyperthermic machine. He has spent years trying to help veterinarians like Dr. Mak Washizu from the Nippon Veterinary School in Japan have instruments to work on his theories of PEMF and BioPhotonic energy.