Introduction to Canine Sports Medicine - 2 - 4 September 2017
Standard Delegate Rate from 1st March 2017
Canine Sports Medicine provides students with a fundamental understanding of structure and locomotion as they relate to performance, and an introduction to canine sporting events. Sports injuries in canine athletes are covered in depth including their causes, prevention and rehabilitation. The role that psychology can play in the rehabilitation of the canine athlete is also discussed. Participants get hands-on experience with dogs on site.
This 3-day course is open to all licensed veterinary surgeons and physiotherapists.
For those delegates who plan to practice in the USA, this course is RACE approved by the AAVSB.
Please note: Students who do not attend a full day of class will not receive any credit hours for that day and may have to return to make up the missing hours.
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Classes are held each day in Guildford, Surrey. UK. There is a 1-hour break for lunch. At the end of day 3, students are given an open-book, take-home final exam that they have 30 days to complete. Collaboration with fellow classmates is encouraged.
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