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4 – 25 MAY 2021  :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Leslie Eide

Understanding Exercise Physiology

with Leslie Eide: DVM, CCRT, ACVSMR Resident – Rehabilitation Therapist

  • 4 May: Physical Activity Versus Exercise
    Moving every day is good, exercising is great. Learn to start creating fitness and conditioning plans for your patients. Aired
  • 11 May: From the Big Picture to the Specific
    Discussing General Adaptation Syndrome as it forms the bigger picture & the SAID Principle which is all about getting specific. Aired
  • 18 May: The Give and Take of Exercise
    Discussing Overload & Reversibility Principles and how they apply to your exercise plan.
  • 25 May: Beyond the Everyday
    Discussing Reactive, SAQ, and Resistance principles and how they allow us to get creative in our exercise programs.

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1 JUNE 2021   :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Hannah Capon

How to Work Well with the Referral Vet

with Hannah Capon:MA Vet MB MRCVS

We need them, and let's face it, we know they need us! But how can we build and improve lines of communication with the referral vet?

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15 JUNE 2021   :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Leslie Eide

Connect, Communicate, and Conquer

with Leslie Eide: DVM CCRT

Finding common ground with canine sport dog owners in order to help them achieve all their sporting goals.

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6 – 27 JULY 2021   :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Patrice Mich

Veterinary Splinting, Orthotics, and Prosthetics

with Patrice Mich: DVM MS DABVP, DACVAA, DACVSMR, CCRT Canine Sports Medicine and Mobility

  • 6 July: Myths and Pitfalls in Bandaging and Splinting from a Biomechanical Perspective
    A 2011 retrospective study revealed a 63% incidence of injury associated with external coaptation so-called CASTI (cast associated soft tissue injury). With a clearer understanding of biomechanics, the incidence of these iatrogenic injuries can be reduced.

  • 13 July: Introduction to Veterinary Orthotics and Prosthetics
    The use of veterinary orthotic and prosthetic (V-OP) devices is an emerging therapeutic strategy. In this webinar, we will apply the biomechanical principles covered in the previous session to the use of these devices. We will discuss the advantages and limitations of off-the-shelf vs custom devices.

  • 20 July: Use of Dynamic Orthosis in the Surgical and Non-Surgical Treatment of Canine Achilles Mechanism Injuries
    Achilles mechanism injuries are common in the canine. In this webinar, we will discuss a newer approach to this injury, which allows for treating secondary digital plantarflexion (curling) in addition to the treatment of the Achilles mechanism injury. The former has not been addressed with traditional surgical and splinting techniques.

  • 27 July: What is the Role of Stifle Orthosis in Canine Cranial Cruciate Injury
    In this webinar, we will consider the pathomechanics of cranial cruciate disease and the biomechanics required for stabilization of the cranial cruciate deficient stifle. The rationale and evidence for using an orthosis for this condition will be examined.

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3 AUGUST 2021   :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Maira Rezende Formenton

Immobilisation Syndrome

with Maira Rezende Formenton: DMV, MSC, Ph.D

This webinar will focus on what immobilization syndrome is, and how it affects small animals. We will discuss the impact of rehabilitation and its effect on healing, as well as how to prevent and treat it.

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17 AUGUST 2021   :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Patrice Mich

The Ubiquitous Iliopsoas: True Sprain vs Adaptive Shortening

with Patrice Mich: DVM, MS, DipABVP, DipACVAA, DipACVSMR, CCRT Canine Sports Medicine and Mobility

Iliopsoas “injury” is a common diagnosis in the canine. However, in order to successfully treat, a distinction must be made between a true traumatic sprain and compensatory/adaptive shortening due to an underlying pathology.

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7 SEPTEMBER 2021   :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Kara Amstuts

Developmental Orthopedic Disease in Dogs

with Kara Amstutz: DVM, CCRT, CVPP, CVA

This lecture will cover a variety of DODs in dogs as well as strategies for prevention and treatment.

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21 SEPTEMBER 2021   :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Maira Rezende Formenton

Feline Biomechanics: Different Species, Different Moves

with Maira Rezende Formenton: DMV, MSC, Ph.D

This webinar will explore the differences between canine and feline biomechanics, and where we can and can't extrapolate data from one species to the next.

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5 OCTOBER 2021   :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Ansi van der Walt

Mind-Body Exercise for Dogs: What is the Role of Canine Cognition in Therapeutic Exercise?

with Ansi van der Walt: MScPhysiotherapy

Movement is a continual process of communication between the brain and the neuromusculoskeletal system. So what is the dog learning while they move, how do they interpret the movement experience, and can we use the meaning of movement to optimize rehabilitation outcomes?

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19 OCTOBER 2021   :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Kara Amstuts

What's new with Degenerative Myelopathy?

with Kara Amstutz: DVM, CCRT, CVPP, CVA

This lecture will be a review of the condition of degenerative myelopathy and therapeutic options, as well as updates on recent research.

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SATURDAY, 13 NOVEMBER 2021

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7 DECEMBER 2021   :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Onlinepethealth Lecturer Amie Hesbach

Putting NeuroPlasticity into Practice

with Amie Hesbach: PT, DPT, MSPT, CCRP, CCRT

A discussion of neuroplasticity and motor learning and the impact of innovative techniques on small animals with neurologic and orthopaedic movement disorders.

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21 DECEMBER 2021   :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Stephanie Kube

The Causes, Management, and Challenges of Tetraparesis

with Stephanie Kube: DVM, DACVIM, CCRT, CVPP

In this lecture we will speak about tetraparesis in our canine patients, discussing the conditions that lead to it, the challenges we face in managing it, and most of all what we can do for these patients as we rehabilitate them.

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Our Small Animal Webinars cover a range of topics from specific orthopedic conditions, neurological conditions, rehabilitation modalities, pain management, physiology, and much more. Our lectures are presented by leading experts in our industry of Veterinary Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy from all around the world.

Our line-up of webinars are geared to helping you to continue to expand your knowledge, your understanding, and your clinical reasoning skills. Continuing education ensures that you continue to push yourself to be your best for every patient you treat.

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