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Therapeutic Exercise

Performance Medicine Series
Class Date(s):

January 9, 2017

Class Time:

8:00a – 4:00p

Class Location:

Penn Vet Working Dog Center, Performance Medicine Room

Cost:

$225 veterinarians & physical therapists, $175 technicians, PT assistants & occupational therapists (lunch included)

Class Size:

Limit 20

Instructor(s):

Cindy Otto DVM, PhD, DACVECC, DACVSMR, CCRT & Assistant Instructor Tracy Darling RVT, VTS (SAIM)

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Therapeutic exercise – when and how to use it

K9 Performance Medicine is excited to bring you the second in a series of workshops focusing on fitness and rehabilitation of the canine athlete. This workshop is designed to optimize your incorporation of therapeutic exercise in your rehabilitation plan.

Therapeutic exercise is a foundation of recovery, but sometimes it is hard to figure out which exercise is appropriate for which patient. Once you decide on the exercise the next challenge is trying to get the dog and owner to perform that exercise safely and effectively. This workshop will work through cases developing therapeutic exercise plans and working on implementing those exercises. The workshop will be a mix of presentation, discussion and hands on.

7 hrs of RACE Credit
Learning Objectives

At the completion of this course participants will be able to:

  1. Develop a therapeutic exercise plan based on the needs of the patient
  2. Get a dog to perform the planned exercises with proper form
  3. Develop skills to coach owners to work with their dogs in a fun and effective way during therapeutic exercise
Cancellation Policy

Before registering, please read our cancellation policy. All classes require a minimum registration. If the minimum is not met, a full refund will be issued. If you have any questions about this class prior to signing up, please contact us at info@capable-canine.com.

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Prerequisite:

Must be a DVM/VMD, CVT, RVT, CCRT/CCRP, or animal rehab professional