May 23rd 2023
Trio of faculty collaborated to discuss management of painful joint conditions in companion animals at the Directions in Veterinary Medicine symposium in Miami, Florida
December 23rd 2022
An in-depth examination of the recovery process
December 7th 2022
Matthew Brunke, DVM, DACVSMR, CCRP, CVA, CCMT, a sports medicine and rehabilitation specialist, aimed to raise awareness for the role during a presentation at the 2022 Fetch dvm360® Conference in San Diego, California.
July 8th 2022
The facility, located across from the Zoo Miami Animal Hospital, will eventually be accessible to the public through specially arranged tours
July 1st 2022
The North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Northeast Seminars partner to bring new continuing education and certification courses
A brief overview of rehabilitation modalities
Kirsten Oliver, VN, DipAVN (Surgical), CVT, CCRP, CVPP, VTS (Physical Rehabilitation), outlines modalities of basic therapeutic rehabilitation and shares common conditions that can be treated by rehabilitation.
This week on dvm360: New York Vet will return in-person this week, plus more veterinary news
A sneak peek look at this week's headlines.
Various veterinary conditions that can be treated with rehabilitation
During a recent dvm360® interview, seasoned veterinary technician Kirsten Oliver discussed a few different conditions that can be treated with rehabilitation.
Modalities in Veterinary Rehabilitation
Kirsten Oliver, VN, DipAVN (Surgical), CVT, CCRP, CVPP, VTS (Physical Rehabilitation), discusses modalities for rehabilitation in veterinary medicine.
3 must-reads on canine osteoarthritis
Here are a few methods to consider when helping patients manage the chronic pain associated with osteoarthritis.
This week on dvm360: A new podcast episode, plus an informative how-to video
Here's a sneak peek at this week's industry news and headlines.
Rehabilitation and canine osteoarthritis: a multimodal approach
Early recognition of degenerative joint disease combined with a multimodal treatment approach that includes a comprehensive rehabilitation plan can improve patient outcomes.
The importance of pain assessment in rehabilitation patients
A look at the causes and effects of pain, and how to assess your patients before beginning rehab.
Orthopedic outcomes improve when veterinary surgeons and rehab teams collaborate
Solid communication between surgeons and rehabilitation specialists is the key to successful outcomes for orthopedic surgery patients.
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