This course is designed to teach the basic principles of manual therapy including massage/soft tissue mobilization, and joint mobilization, with an emphasis on the extremities. Participants will combine online lecture material and hands-on experience with dogs as they learn these techniques. Manual therapy concepts and evidence-based rationale for treatment selection are covered in depth. Developing goal-focused treatment plans and assessing outcomes in canine rehabilitation patients will also be covered.
This program is delivered in a hybrid format of online lecture and a one day hands on lab session. (RACE approved for 13.5 Hours of CE consisting of 8 hours lab and 5.5 hours online lecture)
Please Note: This conference meets the Canine V elective requirements for the C.C.R.P. program.
Unit 1: Review of Massage and Mobilization for the shoulder
Unit 2: Practice mobilizations and massage of the shoulder
Unit 3: Review of the elbow
Unit 4: Practice mobilizations and massage for the elbow
Unit 5: Review of the carpus and digits
Unit 6: Practice mobilizations/massage of the carpus and digits
Unit 7: Review of mobilizations/massage of the hip
Unit 8: Practice mobilizations/massage of the hip
Unit 9: Review of mobilizations/massage of the stifle
Unit 10: Practice massage/mobilizations of the stifle
Unit 11: Review of mobilization/massage of the hock
Unit 12: Practice of mobilization/massage of the hock
Unit 13: Review, question and answer, putting a session together.
|Instructor(s)||David Levine, Matthew Brunke|
At the completion of this course participants will be able to:
This conference meets the Canine V elective requirements for the C.C.R.P. program.
University of Tennessee
July 11, 2017 (Tuesday)
Registration 8:00am, Course 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Hours: 8 Hours
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