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7 JUNE 2022

Arielle Pechette Markley

Introduction to Canine Agility and Biomechanics (Part 1): Introduction to agility and biomechanics basics

with Arielle Pechette Markley: DVM, cVMA, CVPP, CCRT, DAIPM

Understanding the sport of agility and the physical demands on canine athletes allows us to evaluate and rehabilitate these athletes more effectively. Having a basic knowledge of canine biomechanics is also important for assessing the physical demands of the sport, as well as being able to evaluate the agility biomechanics and injury literature. This webinar will give an introduction to the sport of agility and discuss the basics of canine biomechanics, with a focus on biomechanics as related to agility performance and research. 

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21 JUNE 2022

Arielle Pechette Markley

Introduction to Canine Agility and Biomechanics (Part 2): Agility-specific biomechanics and relevant studies

with Arielle Pechette Markley: DVM, cVMA, CVPP, CCRT, DAIPM

This webinar will build on the biomechanics basics from Part 1 and delve more deeply into what is known regarding the biomechanics of agility-specific obstacle performance. This webinar will also review the current agility biomechanics literature.

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5 – 26 July 2022   :   20H30 – 21H30 (GMT +2)

Kiki Haussler

Taking a Stance: Stance and Dynamic Evaluation, Objectivity, and Assessment

with Kirsten Haeusler: PhD, CCRP

  • 5 July: The Tools of the Trade for Every Budget
  • 12 July: Making the Most of Stance Analysis
  • 19 July: Taking your Dynamic Assessment Strides Ahead
  • 26 July: Into the Clinic: Case Discussions

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2 AUGUST 2022

Arielle Pechette Markley

Canine Agility, Biomechanics, and Injury (Part 3): Forelimb injuries, biomechanics, and injury risk

with Arielle Pechette Markley: DVM, cVMA, CVPP, CCRT, DAIPM

Shoulder injuries are the most commonly reported injury in agility dogs. This webinar will discuss the most common shoulder injuries in agility dogs – biceps tendinopathy, supraspinatus tendinopathy, and medial shoulder instability, as well as potential risk factor correlations for shoulder injuries, and how biomechanics may play a role in developing these injuries. Both introduction webinars are strongly encouraged prior to this webinar.

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16 AUGUST 2022

Arielle Pechette Markley

Canine Agility, Biomechanics, and Injury (Part 4): Pelvic limb and spine injuries, biomechanics, and injury risk

with Arielle Pechette Markley: DVM, cVMA, CVPP, CCRT, DAIPM

Iliopsoas injuries and lumbosacral spine injuries are commonly reported in agility dogs. Cranial cruciate ligament rupture is also reported but at a lower frequency. This webinar will discuss these three injuries, identified potential risk factors, and how biomechanics may play a role in the development of these injuries. Both introduction webinars are strongly encouraged prior to this webinar.

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6 SEPTEMBER 2022

Carmen heritier

Using Keep-going Markers to Teach Isometric Exercise in Canine Rehabilitation

with Carmen Heritier: CCFT

Isometric exercise plays an important role during the rehabilitation program of canine patients. Using keep-going markers during training can allow us to effectively achieve, teach and progress isometric exercise.

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20 SEPTEMBER 2022

Lelani Alverez Lecturer

An Evidence-Based Approach to CCLR Rehabilitation

with Leilani Alvarez: DVM, DACVSMR, CVA, CCRT, CVCHM 

This webinar will compare the literature available to the common practices of post-op cruciate rehabilitation.

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4 OCTOBER 2022

Theresa Pancotto

Managing the Neurological Giant

with Theresa Pancotto: DVM, MS, DACVIM(N), CCRP 

This talk will cover the evaluation and physical rehabilitation of non-ambulatory large to giant breed dogs as well as the complications that arise in this patient population.

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18 OCTOBER 2022

Carmen heritier

Cavaletti Training in the Canine Rehab Patient

with Carmen Heritier: CCFT

Cavaletti Training is very versatile, be it with 1 or several poles. It is ideally adjustable to the special needs of rehab patients.

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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.

You can watch individual webinars with our pay-as-you-go option, or by becoming an Onlinepethealth member. As an Onlinepethealth member, you can access all live and past webinars, along with Business Basics training, Research Refresh Summaries, PDF's, Downloads, and more.

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