Canine Rehabilitation for the Vet Industry - Introductory Course

taught by Michelle Monk

Course description

This course is designed for Vets, Vet Nurses, Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors and Canine rehabilitation Therapists as an introduction to canine rehabilitation.

This course is Part 1 of a 2 part course. Part 1 is all the lecture material. You have lifetime access to this material.

Please respect the copyright and do not share this with other people or reproduce it without approval from the author.

Part 2 is the practical component of the course. This is a full day of practicing the assessments and treatment on dogs. These are held several times per year. Please see the website for more details.

Michelle Monk
Michelle Monk
Director of Dogs In Motion Canine Rehabilitation and the Canine Health and Wellbeing Academy. Animal Physiotherapist, Author, Trainer

I find my passion at the intersection between helping people and helping animals. As an Animal Physiotherapist, I am driven to assist pet owners to help their own dogs, through the provision of compassionate rehabilitation services, helping to strengthen the bond between owner and pet, whilst maximising quality and longevity of life.

I am also dedicated to providing as many pets and their owners as possible to have access to quality rehabilitation services. 

Teaching these certificate programs allows me to share my knowledge and experience with others and enable them to also deliver quality animal health and fitness services. So in the end, more pets can live long and happy lives with their owners.

Course Curriculum

Before You Get Started
Welcome to the Course
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Module 1
Introduction to Rehabilitation for the Vet Industry.
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Module 2
Canine Anatomy
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Module 3
Assessment Part 1
Assessment Part 2
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Module 4
Gait and Lameness Assessment
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Module 5
Common Conditions Requiring Rehabilitation
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Module 6
Treatment Techniques
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Module 7
Treatment Plan and Protocols Part 1
Treatment Plan and Protocols Part 2
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Slides
Slides
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