Practitioner in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Lloret graduated as DVM from Murcia University, Spain, in 2002. She is certified in Veterinary Acupuncture, Veterinary Food Therapy, and Veterinary Chinese Herbal Medicine. She has been a full-time TCVM practitioner for small animals and horses since 2006, offering complementary treatment in conjunction with Western medicine. She is the founder of the Chi Institute of Europe (2008).

She is on the Board of Directors of the World Association of TCVM representing Spain, and Co-Chair at the Curricular and Educational Committee of this Association. She is founder and president of AEMVTC (Spanish Association of TCVM).

Dr. Lorena was the chief of the TCVM Service of the veterinary teaching hospital of the University Alfonso X in Madrid from 2014-2021. We are delighted to welcome Dr. Lorena to launch the integrative medicine service at Veterinary Specialists Ireland in January 2022.

What is a Veterinary specialist?

Most conditions that develop in our pets are first evaluated by a primary care veterinarian

If an animal develops a disease or illness requiring advanced care and procedures, they may be referred to a Veterinary Specialist

Veterinary Specialists are veterinarians who have advanced training in various veterinary medical and surgical disciplines and are board certified

Veterinary Specialists work closely with pet owners and the primary care veterinarian to coordinate the best quality of care

Meet our specialists