Tove Due, DVM, graduated as a veterinarian in1990 from the Royal Vet. and Agricultural University.
Tove worked in a mixed practice treating all types of species for the first 10 years, and was certified in
veterinary acupuncture (IVAS) in 1994. Subsequently, Tove developed considerable interest in acupunctureand now supplemented conventional medicine as often as possible. Tove started her own practice in 2000, initially with only complementary medicine, primarily acupuncture treatment in horses with performance problems. In 2001, she took an International Acupuncture training course in Nanjing, China. In the following year, Tove completed a training course in IKC, International Kinesiology Touch for health instructors, followed by an osteopathy course at the International School of Equine Osteopathy in 2003, where she was taught by Pascal Evrard (ISEO). Since 2006, Tove has undertaken courses in the osteopathic functional indirect technique. Besides these skills, Tove became certified in Human Classical Chinese acupuncture in 2008 and more recently, in 2016, she was certified in veterinary homeopathy. Over the last few years, Tove has developed and tested her own acupuncture system to treat myofascial lines in horses and dogs, being highly inspired and encouraged by Rikke M. Schultz and Vibeke Sødring Elbrønd. Tove lectures internationally.