Close to “maraboutism”
In its complaint, the regional council of the Order evokes practices “not scientifically substantiated” more close to “maraboutism” than to veterinary medicine. “What bothers me the most is the form of this communication,” said the president of the regional council of the Order at the hearing.
“I came to this technique after having suffered multiple accidents with sick animals”, explains the veterinarian, who claims to be “quantum physics” and sees in the multiplicity of his clients the proof of the effectiveness of his method.
Granting, despite “numerous miscommunications”, that editing cuts could give the impression that no rules for setting up a diagnosis had been applied, the veterinarian representing the prosecuting authority at the hearing did not only asks for a simple “warning”. “I practice acupuncture and at one time we were called psychedelic medicine. But we did not stop there, we approached the CNRS, Chinese doctors and today the facts are scientifically established. Conversely, you are presenting a medical practice that has not been scientifically elaborated,” he declared, encouraging the defendant to “approach university authorities to confirm or invalidate her practice”.