Year 2022

Small Animal Webinar:

Rehab of sport injuries – part 2

 

Biceps / supraspinatus and iliopsoas tendinopathies, carpal strains, digital flexor tendonitis, muscle tears... are only some of the most common orthopedic conditions among injured canine athletes.
We are going to discuss:

  • what are the possible reasons behind such a significant increase in the percentage of injured dogs over the past 10 years
  • how to address these injuries in early rehabilitation period and how to return an injured canine athlete back to sports through a functional rehabilitation approach
    in a science based and case-oriented way!

Recording available 

Speaker: Dr. Jana Gams

Jana Gams is DVM, CCRP and CEO of Dogs4motion Canine Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine center in Slovenia. She is an active trainer and competitor who has taken part in both agility and FCI obedience competitions at an international level. She combines her passion for these sports with her professional field of work in veterinary rehabilitation/sports medicine, where she works with sports dogs on a daily basis, which include participants of World Agility Championships and other events.

 

Please note: we reduce the webinar frequency to 1 webinar / month!!

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Small Animal Webinar:

 Hip Dysplasia

  • Do you know the various methods of hip dysplasia evaluation?
    Do you know the medical management options? What about surgical treatment options for different phases of hip dysplasia?

    This seminar will review:
    1.    The history, physical examination findings, and radiographic methods of assessing hip dysplasia
    2.    Nutritional management and supplements, pain medications, biologic therapies, ESWT, laser, TENS, therapeutic exercises, manual therapy for medical management of hip dysplasia
    3.    JPS, TPO, DPO, THR, and FHO procedures for surgical management of hip dysplasia

Recording available

CET approx. 45 min

Speaker: Dr. Darryl Millis

Dr. Millis is a Diplomate of both the American College of Veterinary Surgeons and the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, and a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner (CCRP). He is a Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Director of the CARES Center for Veterinary Sports Medicine at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine, where he has taught veterinary orthopedics for over 25 years. He is one of the founders of the CCRP education and Faculty Member of VAHL.

 

Please note: we reduce the webinar frequency to 1 webinar / month!!

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Small Animal Webinar:

 Advanced Coaptation for Companion Animals

  • The principles of limb coaptation in dogs
  • The range of applications of coaptation in dogs, with a focus on the management of carpal, elbow, shoulder, tarsal, stifle, and hip problems
  • How and when to chose an orthose for dogs with joint problems

Recording available CET approx. 45 min

Speakers:

Dr. Denis J. Marcellin-Little, DEDV, University of California, Davis

Dr. David Levine, PT, PhD, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga

 

  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
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Small Animal Webinar (in German):

 

Ischiadicuspathologie bei der Katze

 

•   Periphere Neuropathie
•    Nervale Dysfunktion
•    Beckenfraktur
•    Hydrotherapie

 

Speaker: Lena Gloning

Dr. Gloning is CCRP and works at Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich.

Recording available

 

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FIRST WEBINAR IN 2022:

Small Animal Webinar:

An integrative approach to diagnosing and treating myofascial pain in dogs

 Outline:
•    Palpation
•    Twitch response
•    Fasciculations
•    Eval and diagnostics
•    Scar tissue
•    Dry needling and Western acupuncture effects
•    Tying it all together

Recording available

Speaker: Michele Broadhurst

Michele Broadhurst is Doctor of Chiropractic, an Internationally Certified Sports Chiropractor, and has a Fellowship from the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture.  She is certified with the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association. She also is a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner and holds a masters degree in Chiropractic RSA. Furthermore she is author and speaker on Chiropractic and Myofascial pain.

NOTE: Dr. Broadhurst is also CSMP instructor, please contact us for information on course dates

 

  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
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Year 2021

December 2021

Webinarbreak from December 21st-January 11th. Several recordings will be displayed during this time.

Equine Webinar:

The use of data analysis and performance dignostics in equine sports medicine and rehabilitation

 

  • Indications:
        Prevention and early diagnosis
        Monitoring an equine health status
  • Goal:
      Improve equine health and performance useful in veterinary medicine and rehabilitation

 

TUESDAY, 14 December  2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 60 min

Speaker: Dr. med. vet. Claudine Anen

CERP (Certified Equine Rehabilitation Practitioner), Certified Equine veterinary specialist (German board - FTÄ für Pferde), Cert. equine osteopath and physiotherapist (DIPO); Official race horse veterinarian (German Thoroughbred Association)

 

  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
  • Any type of recording by others than VBS GmbH is not permitted.
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Small Animal Webinar (in ITALIAN):
Termoterapia calinobio

  • Utilizzazione della termoterapia superficiale

TUESDAY, 07 December  2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 30 min

Speaker: Roberta Burdisso

·        Dr. Roberta Burdisso is veterinarian, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner (CCRP) and CCRP instructor (local team member of the VAHL in Paris, France). She is Head of the Physiotherapy and Functional Department Veterinary Hospital Center FREGIS and Vice-President of the GEREP AFVAC (study group in functional rehabilitation and physiotherapy).

 

 

  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
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November 2021

Small Animal Webinar:
Treatment of clinical symptoms caused by osteoarthritis using nuclear magnetic resonance (Multi Biosignal Treatment MBST)

  • Basic principles
  • Mode of Action
  • Clinical use and evidence

TUESDAY, 30 November  2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 30 min

Speaker: Marion Mucha
Dr. med. vet., CCRP, CVPP – Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner, CVA – IVAS Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist, European Veterinary Specialist in Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation = Diplomate ECVSMR (European College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation)

  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
  • Any type of recording by others than VBS GmbH is not permitted.
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Small Animal Webinar:
Rehabilitation of Brachial Plexus Avulsions

  • The talk will go into some of the anatomy of the brachial plexus, the degrees of peripheral nerve injury, as well as how to assess a patient with suspected brachial plexus injury.
  • We will then discuss which rehabilitation techniques would be most useful in treating these cases, their long term outcomes, followed by some case studies.

TUESDAY, 23 November  2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 30 min

Speaker: Matthew Scott
BSc (Hons) MNAVP, currently undergoing CCRP. Veterinary Physiotherapist at Synergy Small Animal Rehabilitation in Suffolk, UK.

  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
  • Any type of recording by others than VBS GmbH is not permitted.

Small Animal Webinar:
Age-Related Sarcopenia in Cats

  • Definition
  • Classification
  • Pathogenesis
  • Nutrition
  • Physiotherapy

WEDNESDAY, 17 November  2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 30 min

             Speaker: Andrea Földy

  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
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October 2021

  • Small Animal  Webinar:

    Blood Pressure in Obesity, Pain, General Rehab and Impact of Cardiovascular Conditioning - from established indications to new opportunities

  • Blood pressure, pulse wave analysis in rehab
  • Obesity advice for the osteoarthritic patient.
  • Consequences for diagnosing and treating of rehab patients

Tuesday, 19 October  2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min

Speaker: Dr. Beate Egner

CEO Veterinary Academy of Higher Learning (VAHL), Course director CCRP/CERP/VMPT, Co-founder and Board Member of the Veterinary Blood Pressure Society


  • Companion Farm Animal  Webinar (in GERMAN):
    Physikalische Therapie für Nutztiere im Hobbybereich
  • Da immer mehr Nutztiere als Haustiere gehalten werden, steigt auch der Bedarf an medizinischer Versorgung.
  • Oft wünschen sich die Besitzer auch unterstützende Therapien wie Physiotherapie und Akupunktur.
  • Dieses Webinar wird Ihnen zeigen, dass es gut funktionieren kann

Tuesday, 12 October  2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min

Speaker: Dr. Kathleen Wittek
DVM, Veterinary Chiropractor IVCA, Certificate of Added Qualification in Physical Medicine by the Saxon Veterinary Association;
University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria

  • Companion Farm Animal  Webinar:
    Physical therapy for companion farm animals
  • As more and more farm animals are kept as companion animals, the demands for medical care are also increasing.
  • Owners often also want supportive therapy such as physiotherapy and acupuncture.
  • This webinar will show you that it can work well

Tuesday, 05 October  2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min

Speaker: Dr. Kathleen Wittek
DVM, Veterinary Chiropractor IVCA, Certificate of Added Qualification in Physical Medicine by the Saxon Veterinary Association;
University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria

September 2021

  • Small Animal  Webinar (in German):
    INDIBA ® in der Kleintierrehabilitation – Grundlagen und praktische Anwendung
  • Kurzeinführung Diathermie
  • Wodurch unterscheidet sich Indiba® von klassischer Diathermie
  • Handhabung des Gerätes
  • Praktische Anwendung am Patienten und Fazit aus der Praxis

Tuesday, 28 September 2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min

Speaker: Dr. Bianca Reicher
CCRP, Akademische Expertin für veterinärmedizinische Physikalische Medizin und Rehabilitation für Hunde
Veterinärmedizinische Universität Wien, Österreich.

  • Small Animal  Webinar:
    Respiratory Physiotherapy for Small Animal Patients
  • Respiratory physiotherapy is a well researched and commonly used area of the human field but is not always used in the most effective way in the veterinary patient.
  • This presentation will look at how we can apply certain techniques to help our small animal veterinary patients suffering from respiratory distress, how to be most effective, and what research we currently have.

Tuesday, 21 September 2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min
Speaker: Matthew Scott
BSc (Hons) MNAVP, currently undergoing CCRP. Veterinary Physiotherapist at Synergy Small Animal Rehabilitation in Suffolk, UK

  • Equine Webinar:
    Returning to sport while reducing the risk of injury
  • Horses starting back to work after a period of rest are at high risk of orthopaedic and musculoskeletal injury.
  • There are strategies we can use to minimise the risk as we increase exercise levels and we can help prevent injuries longterm with simple management changes.

Tuesday, 14 September 2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min
Speaker: Lee Clark

Chartered Physiotherapist and Veterinary Physiotherapist, specialising in the treatment and rehabilitation of the horse and rider.

 

NO WEBINAR ON 7 September 2021,

BUT Radiofrequenztherapie SYMPOSIUM (in German language)
on 8 September 2021

 

When: Wednesday, September 8th, 2021
Time: 15:00-18:00 hours CET (LIVE, ZOOM)
Recording available from Sept. 17th, 2021  on
Place: Live: Zoom / Recording: LMS-VAHL
Language: English

Cost: 55 €

 

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July/August 2021 - Webinar Summerbreak - Webinar Recordings are Available

June 2021

  • Small Animal Webinar:
    Degenerative Myelopathy (DM)
  • "Degenerative diseases of the central nervous system are common in humans and small animals. Both people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and dogs with degenerative myelopathy (DM) may be able to progress with guidelines based on locomotor training, functional electrical stimulation and regenerative medicine."
  • A refreshment of early identification of clinical signs of DM in predisposed dogs;
  • How to monitor the evolution of DM?
  • How to prolong the survival rate in DM dogs with intensive functional neurorehabilitation (IFNR)?
  • A higher neural reorganization beyond the spontaneous recovery through regenerative medicine and IFNR

Speakers: Angela Martins and Ana Cardoso

  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
  • Any type of recording by others than VBS GmbH is not permitted.
  • Small Animal Webinar (in GERMAN):
    Bewegungsstörungen (Movement disorders – Dyskinesien)
    • Myoclonus
    • Myotonia
    • Head Bobbing
    • Etc.
    Wednesday, 23 June 2021 18:00 hours (6:00 PM) CET approx. 45 min
    Speaker: Kai Rentmeister
  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
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  • Small Animal Webinar:
    Case Study: Immobilisation Syndrome in a Galga (spanish Sighthound)
    • Anatomy of muscles and characteristics in sighthounds
    • Tips and tricks for handling anxious dogs
    • Diagnostics inclusive blood pressure measurements
    • Therapeutic approaches (amongst others: lymphatic drainage,  muscle strengthening)
    • Conclusion
    Tuesday, 15 June 2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min
    Speaker: Andrea Földy
  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
  • Any type of recording by others than VBS GmbH is not permitted.

NO WEBINAR ON 8 JUNE 2021,

BUT REHAB and MULTIMODAL PAIN APPROACH SYMPOSIUM
on 9 JUNE 2021

 

When: Wednesday, June 9th, 2021
Time: 14:00-18:30 hours CET
Place: Live: Zoom / Recording: LMS-VAHL
Language: English

Cost: 55 €

 

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Discount: 55% => proceed to one of the  Boehringer Ingelheim® Nordics vetportals: Denmark, Norway or Sweden, in order to discover the promotion code

 

  • Career Webinar:
    3-Steps to Success
    • Does an excellent surgeon need physical medicine and rehabilitation?
      Yes,  particulary a good surgeon!
    • Get a first insight from a DACVS and DACVSMR, who allows his patients to fully recover
    WEDNESDAY, 2 June 2021 20:00 hours (08:00 PM) CET approx. 60 min
    Speakers: Darryl Millis and Beate Egner
  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
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Mai 2021

  • Small Animal Webinar (in German):
    Fallbericht: Immobilisationssyndrom bei einer Galga (spanischer Windhund)
    • Muskelanatomie und Besonderheiten bei Windhunden
    • Similarities between species
    • Diagnostik inkl. Blutdruckmessung
    • Fazit
    Tuesday, 25 May 2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min
    Speaker: Andrea Földy
  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
  • Any type of recording by others than VBS GmbH is not permitted.
  • Small Animal Webinar:
    Do Dogs Get Headaches?!  Discussion of Cervical Mobility, Range of Motion, and Joint Mobilization to Support the Cervical Spine.
    • Review of the Canine Cervical Spine
    • Biomechanics of the Cervical Spine
    • Suboccipital Area of the Canine Spine and It's Relation to Headaches
    • Joint Mobilization to Assist in Cervical Range of Motion
    Tuesday, 18 May 2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min
    Speaker: Debbie (Gross) Torraca
  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
  • Any type of recording by others than VBS GmbH is not permitted
  • Equine Webinar:
    The Influence of Dentistry in Equine Performance
    • Basic anatomy
    • Dental issues and rideability
    • Physiotherapy modalities used in dental treatments
    • Dental malocclusions and possible reactions during training
    • Simple evaluation of the oral cavity
    Tuesday, 11 May 2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min
    Speaker: Carla M. Omura
  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
  • Any type of recording by others than VBS GmbH is not permitted.

April 2021

  • Small Animal Webinar (in GERMAN):
    3 Steps to Success:
    "Braucht eine exzellente Chirurgie auch eine Physiotherapie?
    • vom Tierbesitzer erwartet - und trotzdem zögern wir?
    • get startet: mit wenig Aufwand viel erreicht
    • become a professional: Karrieremöglichkeiten im Rahmen der physikalischen Medizin, Rehabilitation und Sportmedizin
    • Diskussionrunde rund um die physikalische Medizin
    Tuesday, 27 April 2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min
    Speakers: Beate Egner und Monika Mille
  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
  • Any type of recording by others than VBS GmbH is not permitted.
  • Small Animal Webinar:
    Treatment of Iliopsoas Injuries with Manual Therapy, Pulsed Shockwave Therapy and a Home Exercise Program
    • Iliopsoas injuries are common in all active dogs and there are many methods of addressing the injury.
    • Manual therapy in the form of cross friction massage as well as joint mobilization is impactful in reducing the healing time and promoting the multimodal approach
    • Pulsed shockwave therapy to both the origin and the insertion of the iliopsoas muscle is advantageous to promote the multimodal approach.
    Tuesday, 20 April 2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min
    Speaker: Debbie (Gross) Torraca

 

EASTER BREAK: No webinars on April 5th and April 13th, 2021

March 2021

  • Small Animal Webinar:
    How to manage senior dogs at home
    • Common senior dog complaints we deal with in rehab
    • Home care advise to improve quality of life for the old dogs
    • Senior dog case examples

    Tuesday, 30 March 2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min
    Speaker: Greta Oldfield
  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
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  • Small Animal Webinar (in GERMAN):
    Training von Junghunden
    • Es ist immer wieder die gleiche Frage – wieviel darf sich mein Welpe bewegen?
    • In diesem Webinar werfen wir einen Blick auf die (rare) Studienlage zum Thema..
    • ... und geben ein paar Tipps zum Training des Bewegungsapparates beim jungen Hund.
    Tuesday, 23 March 2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min
    Speaker: PD Dr. Barbara Bockstahler
  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
  • Any type of recording by others than VBS GmbH is not permitted
  • Small Animal Webinar:
    Veterinary Physiotherapy a Service Worth using
    • The "Soul" Focus of Ramsay Rehab.
    • Team Approach, Collaboration and Centre Dynamics
    • Who Works at a Rehabilitation Centre?
    Tuesday, 16 March 2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min Speaker: Sr. Candice Ramsey
  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
  • Any type of recording by others than VBS GmbH is not permitted.
  • Small Animal Webinar:
    Veterinary Nurses and their role in Post-Surgery Rehabilitation
    • In this presentation we look at what is involved, when to start, who benefits and how and when to refer on to other therapists.
    • We discuss how to begin and make this successful part of a veterinary practice and how with further training this can be a lucrative service vet nurses can offer as a clinic.
    Tuesday, 02 March 2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min Speaker: Tracey Jones
  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
  • Any type of recording by others than VBS GmbH is not permitted.

February 2021

  • Small Animal Webinar (in German):
    Die Katze in der Physiotherapie - ein komplexes Fallbeispiel
    • Umgang mit einem sowohl chronischen, als auch akuten Schmerzpatienten
    • Meine Herangehensweise für therapeutische Übungen bei einem so selbstständigen Tier wie einer Katze
    • Modalität Bewegungstherapie: mit Kreativität einen Parcours selbst zusammenstellen
    Tuesday, 23 February 2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min
  • Speaker: Fiona Kolthoff (VMPT®)
  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
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  • Small Animal Webinar:
    Cats biomechanics: different species, different moves
    • Do cats have the same movement pattern as dogs?
    • Do they walk/trot/run in the same way?
    • Is their range of motion (passive and active) the same as in dogs?
    • Can I use the dog's references and studies to access and compare range of motion in cats?
    Tuesday, 16 February 2021 16:30 hours (4:30 PM) CET approx. 45 min
    Speaker: Maira Formenton
  • One new free VAHL webinar every week during Corona Pandemic!
  • Any type of recording by others than VBS GmbH is not permitted.
  • Equine Webinar:
    The value of the Ridden Horse Pain Ethogram (RHpE) to the sports horse practitioner
    • The Ridden Horse Pain Ethogram (RHpE) can be used to identify the presence of musculoskeletal pain, even in the absence of overt lameness
    • A skilled rider may be able to improve the quality of a horse’s gait, but cannot obscure behavioural signs of pain
    • The RHpE can be used as a semi-objective tool to monitor improvement following treatment and rehabilitation
    Tuesday,