March 6, 2017
8:00a – 4:00p
$225 veterinarians & physical therapists, $175 technicians, PT assistants & occupational therapists (lunch included)
K9 Performance Medicine is excited to bring you Muscles & Motion, the third in a series of workshops focusing on fitness and rehabilitation of the canine athlete.
How well we move and perform is determined by how well our tissues move. In veterinary medicine, soft tissue dysfunction has been largely underestimated, and relatively little attention has been given to the health of the myofascial network in our patients. During this lecture and hands-on workshop, we will consider what we can borrow from the human sports performance field to apply to our high performing working dogs and athletes. We will explore myofascial and soft tissue concepts, focusing on performance limiting pathology. In the afternoon session, learn how to apply tools to analyze motion in our patients, with emphasis on 3 dimensional movement.
At the completion of this course participants will be able to:
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Must be a DVM/VMD, CVT, RVT, CCRT/CCRP, or animal rehab professional.