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3 Must-reads on veterinary rehabilitation


3 articles detailing insights and advantages of rehabilitation for pets

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As rehabilitation is now a mainstream service at veterinary practices, it is vital to stay updated with the latest in this area. That is why we have spotlighted 3 articles offering insight on the best treatment methods plus the benefits of rehabilitation.

From why offering these services at your clinic is essential to the ins and outs of hydrotherapy—there's something for everyone. Happy reading!

  1. Benefits of integrating rehabilitation into your practice: Janice L. Huntingford, DVM, DACVSMR, MD-TCVM, CVA, CVPP, CCRT CAVCA, highlights the advantages of incorporating rehabilitation services for geriatric patients, canine athletes, and pets recovering from surgery.
  2. A closer look at hydrotherapy for rehabilitation: Kristy Oliver VN, DipAVN (surgical), RVT, VTS (Physical Rehabilitation), CCRP, CVPP, CCMT, explains how the properties of water can support muscle relaxation, improved joint range of motion, muscle tone, and more.
  3. Rehabilitation and canine osteoarthritis: a multimodal approach: Discover the importance of detecting degenerative joint disease early and instilling a multimodal treatment approach along with a rehabilitation plan for the most successful outcomes.

Did you want to learn more on rehabilitation from industry leaders like Oliver? Sign up for our Directions In Veterinary Medicine conference from June 24-25 in Indianapolis here.

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