Physiotherapy, Rehabilitation and Sportsmedicine in Animals

Physiotherapy, rehabilitation and sports medicine have been incorporated into veterinary medicine for many years. Their importance is increasingly recognized in orthopedics and neurology as well as in the training of canine athletes and working dogs. It has expanded as a viable treatment option for specific canine diseases including obesity, endocrine disease and heart disease.

Thoroughly understanding the animal's underlying disease or condition, highly educated specialists evaluate the patient, set up an effective treatment plan and successfully treat the patient.

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Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner!

The University of Tennessee and our marketing partner, Schloss Seminar (that is now integrated into the newly established Veterinary Academy of Higher Learning, VAHL), 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 has subsequently spread around the world!

The certificate program in canine rehabilitation offers a series of postgraduate courses for veterinarians, physical therapists and veterinary technicians: Participants are required to participate in a supervised clinical experience and take a cumulative examination. The courses are designed to guide the practitioner through the theoretical foundations up to the clinical applications of canine rehabilitation.

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

 

For information on our CERP (Certified EQUINE Rehabilitation Practitioner) program please visit our new VAHL-Website: https://veterinary-academy-of-higher-learning.com


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Continuing education

Webinars/Seminars

VAHL Webinars during COVID

from October 2020 on: 1x/week, click here

Have a look on the webinars of ANIMAL REHABILITATION CPD

For more information on the "onlinepethealth" webinars and also for visiting the Vet Rehab Directory click here >>

Vetoquinol Mobility Program

Have a look at the Vetoquinol e-learning courses

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SAVE THE DATE

CERP - Certified Equine Rehabilitation practitioner

Where: UK, Hampshire

When:  approx. Nov. 2020
Important: E-Learning can already be started.

Accreditation: The CERP is already accredited as CE/CPP for the members of the IVCA (International Veterinary Chiropractic Association).

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Info: CERP is the equine equivalent to the CCRP program

 

 

News

VAHL Webinars >>

The VBS-Webshop is online!

https://vbsgroup-shop.eu

The VBS GmbH - umbrella of the VAHL - updated the long version of its name:

The new long name is: VBS VetVerlag, Beratung und Seminar GmbH

Veterinary Academy of Higher Learning (VAHL)

In 2000, Dr. Beate Egner founded Schloss Seminar and began organizing veterinary education and continuing education programs in Germany.  Schloss Seminar has been recognized internationally and was integrated into the newly established VAHL.

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Center for animal mobility
(January 18th 2019)

The medical small animal hospital of the Ludwig Maximilians University (LMU) in Munich, Germany and Vetoquinol opened a pioneering center for animal mobility, in order to improve the life quality of geriatric and impaired animals.

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September/October 2020

For vacancies please follow the link to our umbrella website vbsgroup.eu.



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