Physiotherapy, Rehabilitation and Sportsmedicine in Animals

For many years, animal physiotherapy, rehabilitation and sports medicine have been established in the veterinary field and are increasingly important in orthopaedic and neurologic cases but also in the training of sports- and working dogs. Additionally dogs with specific problems, like obesity, endocrine and even more heart disease need to be treated adequately. This requests a thoroughly understanding of the underlying condition, a highly educated specialist to evaluate the patient, to set up the treatment plan and finally to treat the animal successfully.

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Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner!

The University of Tennessee and our marketing partner, Schloss Seminars, are pleased to present the University of Tennessee Certificate Program in Canine Physical Rehabilitation. The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine, Knoxville (UTC) and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Department of Physical Therapy cooperatively oversee this curriculum.

The University of Tennessee Certificate (UTC) Program in Canine Physical Rehabilitation was introduced in 1999 in the United States, and since has spread around the world!

The certificate program in canine rehabilitation is a sequence of postgraduate courses for veterinarians, physical therapists, and veterinary technicians, followed by a supervised clinical experience and a cumulative examination. The courses are designed to guide the practitioner through the theoretical foundations to the clinical applications of canine rehabilitation.

After successful completion of all canine rehabilitation online, e-learning and practical courses and the examination the participations receive the title “Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner”


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Veterinary Academy of Higher Learning

Seit dem Jahr 2000 veranstaltet Schloss-Seminar unter der Leitung von Dr. Beate Egner erfolgreich Fortbildungen für die Veterinärmedizin.

 

Mittlerweile haben sich die Seminare auch international etabliert, weshalb Schloss-Seminar nun unter dem Namen Veterinary Academy of Higher Learning (VAHL) weitergeführt wird.

 

Das Portfolio der VAHL umfasst neben dem CCRP ® und VMPT ® auch individuelle Schulungen, wissenschaftliches Consulting sowie Unterstützung bei der Businessplanung/ Implementierung z.B. der Physiotherapie in die Praxis/Klinik.

 

Weltweit kooperiert VAHL mit Universitäten und international renommierten Dozenten. Die enge Verbundenheit der VAHL mit der tiermedizinischen Fakultät der LMU München wird durch gemeinsame Aktivitäten deutlich, wie dem neu eröffneten Zentrum für Tiermobilität oder im Rahmen von Weiterbildungen für Tierärzte und TFA.

 

Im April 2019 ist in unserem angeschlossenen Verlag (VBS GmbH) ein neues, interaktives Lehrbuch mit dem Titel: „Physikalische Therapie, Rehabilitation und Sportmedizin auf den Punkt gebracht“ erschienen, zu dem Prof. S. Lauer/GCTK und Prof. J. Maierl/Anatomie der LMU Wertvolles beigetragen haben.

 

Weitere Infos und Kontakt:

 

www.vbsgroup.eu , www.u-tenn.com  , www.tier-physiotherapeuten.de

 

beate.egner@veterinary-academy-of-higher-learning.com

 


Zentrum für Tiermobilität

Medizinische Kleintierklinik und Vetoquinol eröffnen zukunftsweisendes Zentrum für Tiermobilität

(18.01.2019) Sie kann die Lebensqualität alter und kranker Tiere entscheidend verbessern. Doch im Gegensatz zu den meisten anderen tiermedizinischen Fachbereichen hinkt die Physiotherapie gegenwärtig noch weit hinterher. Das soll sich ab sofort ändern. Lesen Sie mehr:

https://vet-magazin.de/universitaeten/muenchen-tieraerztliche-fakultaet/Zentrum-Tiermobilitaet.html


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Continuing education

New e-learning available

Introduction to Canine Manual Therapy and Kinesiology Taping for Dogs

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Webinars/Seminars

Why is Rehab so important - Interactive Seminar in Prague

30. June 2018

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Have a look on the webinars of ANIMAL REHABILITATION CPD

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Vetoquinol Mobility Program

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February 2018

The University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center is looking for a
certified or certification eligible Animal Care Technician Specialist

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