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Rehabilitation evaluation tips

San Diego

During a dvm360® interview, Matthew Brunke, DVM, DACVSMR, CCRP, CVPP, CVA, offered insight on performing rehabilitation evaluations and how this can improve your skillset.

According to Matthew Brunke, DVM, DACVSMR, CCRP, CVPP, CVA, consistency is key when it comes to performing rehabilitation evaluations. At the recent Fetch dvm360® conference in San Diego, California, he utilized examples to portray this, plus shared how it can help refine your skills as a veterinary professional.

View the video below for the entire discussion. The following is a partial transcript:

Matthew Brunke, DVM, DACVSMR, CCRP, CVPP, CVA: To do a good [rehabilitation evaluation], do the same thing on every patient. So if you're in general practice [and] they're here for otitis, still feel their joints and feel their muscles. Technicians on our teams ask [clients] questions about how the pet goes up and down the stairs, [or] when was the last time [their pet] went for a walk—even if they're there just for vaccines.

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