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Huisheng Xie

SONY DSC

Clinical Associate Professor

Small Animal Clinical Sciences
xieh@ufl.edu
PO Box 100126
2015 SW 16th Ave
Gainesville, FL 32608-0136
352-294-4337
FAX: 352-392-6125

Education

  • DVM, Sichuan College of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine, Sichuan, China, 1983
  • MS, Beijing Agricultural University, Beijing, China, 1988
  • Acupuncture Training Diploma in Beijing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China, 1992
  • Advanced Acupuncture Continuing Education Program Diploma in National Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China, 1993
  • PhD, University of Florida, 1999

Research & Professional Interests

Efficacy and mode of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine on gastrointestinal disorders, pain management, oncology, geriatric medicine and life quality. In 1998, Dr. Xie founded the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, where he continues to teach and develop educational programs.

Recent Publications

  • Xie H. Black Box Theory and Diagnostic System of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. 12(1):1-5, 2017
  • Fowler MP, Shiau DS, Xie H. A Randomized, Controlled Study Comparing Da Xiang Lian Wan to Metronidazole in the Treatment of Stress Colitis in Sheltered/Rescued Dogs. American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. 12(1):45-54, 2017
  • Koh R, Xie H. The Therapeutic Effect of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine in 12 Dogs with Hyperadrenocorticism. American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. 12(1):56-68, 2017
  • M. M. Sleeper, K. Fishman, R. J. MacKay, M. Brown, A. G. Bauck, H. Xie. Acupuncture and traditional Chinese veterinary medicine for treatment of a mare with rectal paralysis. Equine vet. Educ. 10 November: 1-4, 2016
  • Xie H. Xie’s 2 W Diagnostic System: Using “Where” and “What” in TCVM Diagnostics. American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. 11(1):1-16, 2016
  • Xie H. Clinical application and contraindication of veterinary acupuncture in small animals. Small Animal Veterinarians. 53 (October): 94-96, 2016. (In Chinese)
  • Xie H. TCVM for RAO in horses. Integrative Veterinary Care. Summer issue. 46-50, 2016
  • Xie H. Clinical application of TCVM in geriatric medicine. Small Animal Veterinarians. 50 (April): 106-108, 2016. (In Chinese)
  • Xie H, Sivula N. Review of Veterinary Acupuncture Clinical Trials. American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. 11(1): 35-46, 2016
  • Qiu H, Xie H. Liu J, Zhu Z. Review of Traditional Chinese Herbs Used in the Clinical Treatment of Canine Parvovirus Infection. American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. 11(1): 61-68, 2016
  • Xie H, Shi D. TCVM for the Treatment of Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca in dogs. American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. 10(2):63-68, 2015
  • Xie H. Clinical research studies on effect of acupuncture in small animals. Small Animal Veterinarians. 47 (October): 100-102, 2015. (In Chinese)
  • Xie H, Ma A. TCVM for the Treatment of Pruritus and Atopy in Dogs. American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. 10(2): 75-80. 2015
  • Xie H, Hershey B. Chinese Herbal Medicine for the Treatment of Cancer. American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. 10(1): 69-75, 2015
  • Hayashi AM, Xie H. Review of Current Research on Chinese Herbal Medicine for Epilepsy, American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. 10(1): 31-42, 2015
  • KM. von DeneenQin W,  Liu P, Dong M,  Chen P, Xie HZhang Y,  Gold MS, Liu Y, and Tian J. Connectivity Study of the Neuromechanism of Acute Acupuncture Needling during fMRI in “Overweight” Subjects. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Volume 2015, 2015
  • Chrisman C, Xie H. Research support for the Jing Luo System. American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. 6(1): 1-4, 2011
  • Chrisman C, Xie H. Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medical Education in Colleges of Veterinary Medicine in the China and the United States. American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. 5(2): 1-5, 2010
  • Atria S, Carson E, Xie H. Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine Treatment of Eighteen Florida Horses with Anhidrosis. American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. 5(2):25-36, 2010
  • Chrisman C, Xie H. The paradigm shift to Bian Zheng for conventional trained veterinarians. American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. 5(1):1-8, 2010
  • Huisheng Xie: Chinese Veterinary Herbal Toxicity and Safety-An Overview.  In: Yang  & Xie (Ed): Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine-Empirical Techniques to Scientific Validation. Jing-tang Publishing, Reddick:Florida. Page 85-94, 2010.

Additional publications here.