Equine Myofascial Pain

Equine Myofascial Pain

Written by our guest: Maria Calatayud BonillaCHARTERED PHYSIOTHERAPIST- EQUINE PHYSIOTHERAPIST Spain; ICOFCV Col. 4048Coordinator of Special Interest Group in Animal Physiotherapy of Spain (CGCFE)Click here to follow Maria on Facebook   We tend to think that...
The Dunning-Kruger Effect

The Dunning-Kruger Effect

In his book, The Descent of Man, Charles Darwin wrote: “Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.” This statement is often completely contrary to what we believe or assume to be true – that the more knowledgeable we are, the more confident we...
STRESS: The Downside of the Professional Carer

STRESS: The Downside of the Professional Carer

When I was in private practice, euthanasia was definitely the hardest part of my job. Give me anal glands, rabbit abscesses, even a month’s worth of dental scaling and polishing – anything was preferable to euthanising an animal. The task affected me emotionally and I...
The Background Work that Sets Us Free

The Background Work that Sets Us Free

Over the last few weeks, I have found myself re-reading and listening to the podcasts and blogs that were being released at the start of COVID. I remember that anxiety and uncertainty of what tomorrow would hold, not being able to plan more than a day ahead at a time,...
What It Takes To Be A Successful Vetrehabber

What It Takes To Be A Successful Vetrehabber

When it comes to being a successful Vetrehabber, or successful at anything in life, we need to be prepared to continue forward through the successes and failures that come our way. Megan Spargo says that life is supposed to be hard 50% of the time, and that with this...