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This course will provide the participant with the skills necessary to design and implement a comprehensive rehabilitation program for commonly seen orthopedic and neurologic conditions in the dog. A case study approach will be utilized teaming students from different professions together during this course to design and implement the rehabilitation programs. If possible, participants should bring a case or two for discussion in these group learning activities.
May 17-18, 2021 (Monday afternoon & Tuesday)
Day 1: 12:00 pm (noon) - 5:00 pm
Day 2: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
- 22 miles to Raleigh-Durham International Airport
- 6 miles to downtown Raleigh, NC
Hotel Suggestions: (all within 1 mile to Carolina Ranch Animal Hospital & Resort) -Due to COVID we were not able to contract room blocks, however, all of these hotels have availability at reasonable rates.
1) Sleep Inn, 105 Commerce Parkway, Garner, NC 27529
2) Hampton Inn Raleigh/Clayton I-40, 100 Hampton Drive, Garner, NC 27529
3) Holiday Inn Express Clayton, 106 Leone Court, Garner, NC 27529
4) Comfort Inn, 126 Cleveland Crossing Drive, Garner, NC 27529
Start date: May 17, 2021
End date: May 18, 2021
Start time: 12:00 p.m. EDT
End time: 05:00 p.m. EDT
Venue: Carolina Ranch Animal Hospital & Resort
Address: 6129 NC Hwy 42 West Garner, NC 27259
After successful completion of this course, the participant should be able to:
- Design and implement a comprehensive rehabilitation program for commonly seen orthopedic conditions in the dog
- Design and implement a comprehensive rehabilitation program for commonly seen Neurologic conditions in the dog
- Correlate the rehabilitation program with the physiologic processes that the patient is undergoing during its rehabilitation
- Discuss reasonable time frames for treatment including when to begin treatment, frequency of treatment, and duration of treatment
- Discuss the need for and the methods of referral and communication between the referring veterinarian and the rehabilitation provider
- Document the rehabilitation programs using standardized forms
- Participant must be a Veterinarian, Veterinary Technician, Physical Therapist, Physical Therapist Assistant, Occupational Therapist or an actively enrolled student in on of these fields.
- Successful completion of Canine I (if required) and Canine II PT / II VET and Canine III PT / III VET
This course is required for all participants.
- Designing and implementing a comprehensive rehabilitation program/Orthopedic conditions
- Designing and implementing a comprehensive rehabilitation program/Neurologic conditions
- Designing and implementing a comprehensive rehabilitation program/Neurologic conditions continued
- Correlation between physiologic processes and rehabilitation program
- Time Frames; beginning treatment, frequency of treatment, and duration of treatment
- Communication between the veterinary and physical therapy professions; why it is essential, referral methods, and follow-up
- Documentation; standardization of forms and communication between the veterinary and physical therapy professions
- Developing a rehabilitation program (Teams) - Case Studies
- Case Study team presentations
CertificationsAAVSB RACE CE Hours
- Veterinarians: 15
- Veterinary Technicians: 15
- Seminar includes coffee breaks and handouts.
- Course related products (if any) will be available at the course, however, in a limited quantity.
- Certificates of Attendance will be given to all participants and may be used for those who need C.E.U. verification and credits.
- Participants will be required to sign a Release of Liability prior to the commencement of this seminar.
- Northeast Seminars is recognized by the NATA Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education for Certified Athletic Trainers.
- Location, Instructor, Dates and Cost of seminar are subject to change.
- For group rate accommodations, please call hotel directly and be sure to mention Northeast Seminars. A limited number of rooms are reserved for participants, when available, on a first-come, first-served basis. Within 30 days of the course, rooms and/or rates may no longer be available. If course is to be held at a facility, Northeast only provides suggested hotels nearby for room accommodations.
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