Honoring A Dedicated Veterinarian
Margo Roman, DVM, CVA, COT, CPT, from Main Street Animal Services of Hopkinton (“MASH”) in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, was honored at The Pioneers in Medicine Ceremony at the Conference of the Society of Oxidative and Photonic Medicine (“SOPMED”) in Snowbird, Utah, on June 17, 2016. The three-day Conference brought together hundreds of national and international MDs, DOs, NDs, DCs DDSs and DVMs to Snowbird, Utah for a cutting edge conference on an array of ozone and photonics medicine topics. The award given to Dr. Roman read: “For years of dedicated service to veterinarians and suffering animals. Your contributions have made a difference for many.”
In her speech, Dr. Roman recognized all the doctors who have had to stand up for the health of their patients, recognizing that it is very hard to make changes in medicine. The other four professionals who were also honored have done that as well. Working against cancer and other serious medical conditions, these champions for progressive medicine were celebrated.
Dr. Roman has the clinic Main Street Animal Services of Hopkinton where she has practiced Integrative Veterinary Medicine for 38 years. Her modalities include conventional medicine, ozone therapy, acupuncture, homeopathy, herbal medicine, functional nutrition, Micro Biome Restorative Therapy, hyperbaric oxygen, ultraviolet and Biophotonic Blood Therapy, cancer and immune support, as well as surgery and dental care. She has opened the first fecal transplant and donor facility for dogs and cats in the world.