The Myofascial Connections of the Equine

The Myofascial Connections of the Equine

We know and understand in an intellectual way that the entire body is connected;  that there are close direct connections as well as indirect connections between the different structures and systems of the body. But do we really understand the impact of specific...
Complications of CCL Surgery

Complications of CCL Surgery

Cranial cruciate ligament rupture and its surgical correction is one of the most common reasons we see patients as Vetrehabbers. Being aware of the possible complications that may result from this surgical procedure can help us to more effectively rehabilitate our...
Canine Cushing’s Myopathy

Canine Cushing’s Myopathy

Canine Cushing’s disease commonly presents with muscle weakness and atrophy, and occasionally with additional degeneration of the muscle fibres that is best described as a myopathy. Being able to recognise the signs of this myopathy is essential to the correct medical...
Non-Slip Flooring in Canine Hydrotherapy

Non-Slip Flooring in Canine Hydrotherapy

When you are preparing (or upgrading!) your hydrotherapy practice, one of the questions that will inevitably be asked is, ‘What is the best non-slip flooring to use?’ Time and again, this question pops up in our Hydrotherapy community, so we thought we would break it...