|Practice||:||Main St. Animal Services Of Hopkinton (MASH)|
|Location||:||72 W Main St., Hopkinton, MA, USA, 01748|
|Bio||:||Margo Roman, D.V.M. graduated from Tuskegee Institute of Alabama in 1978. She did her undergraduate work at the University of Florida. She was a student of the International Veterinary Acupuncture Course in 1976. Dr. Roman did her Externship in 1976 at The Animal Medical Center in New York City. Her internship from 1978 to 1979 was at Angell Memorial in Boston, MA.
Dr. Roman attended the University of Florida as an undergraduate where she did research in the tobacco mosaic virus and worked for the Veterinary Extension Service making audiovisuals to educate the public and veterinarians about medical conditions in animals. She also spent time at Stanford University with animal care for the Cardiac Transplant Dogs in Dr. Shumway’s lab. At Stanford she participated in some of the first mind body research on biofeedback. She did a fellowship in 1977 at Harvard’s New England Regional Primate Research Center in Southboro, MA.
Dr. Roman served on the faculty of Tufts University teaching Anatomy and Physiology as well as some acupuncture from 1979-1986. Early in her career she was a practitioner at Brookline Animal Hospital, Belmont Animal Hospital, Millis Animal Hospital and Bellingham Animal Hospital, as well as Walpole Emergency Clinic. She was the consulting veterinarian in an IACUC for Creative Biomolecule in Hopkinton Massachusetts studying Osteogenic proteins. Main Street Animal Services of Hopkinton (MASH), Dr. Roman’s own animal clinic was founded in 1983. M.A.S.H. originated as a mobile clinic and now is a full service holistic veterinary practice. In 2002 she opened the first Holistic Health center for animals offering Chiropractic, Cranial Sacral, Physical Therapy, Massage and Reiki, in the lower level, and in the main clinic Homeopathy, Acupuncture, Herbs, Surgery, Dentistry, Chiropractic and Conventional Medicine in an integrative approach.
As of 2013, she is now including Ozone therapy, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation, Laser therapy, Prolozone, Lumalight therapy, Pulse Electromagnetic therapy PEMF and other modalities in her practice.
Dr. Roman has spent years of study at the Renaissance Institute of Classical Homeopathy, formally the New School of Homeopathy with Dr. Luc DeSchepper. She is a member of the first accredited class of the Institute. She has also attended Dr. Pitcairn’s advanced homeopathy courses for the several years. Dr. Roman also took classes at The Teleosis School at Mass College of Pharmacy. She has been in coursework at Tufts Veterinary School, in Acupuncture, Advanced Herbal Medicine and Veterinary Chiropractic.