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» June 17, 2020,
8:00 PM EDT
Understanding Gaits and Thoracic Limb Lameness Assessment.
$50 fee for veterinarians and physical therapists.

$25 fee for veterinary technicians/nurses and veterinary students.

 

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CRI is introducing a series of faculty-led webinars to help students continue expanding their knowledge of canine rehabilitation and acupuncture. Limited seats are available. Please select a button at right to register.

Understanding Gaits and Thoracic Limb Lameness Assessment

Faculty: Patrice M. Mich, DVM, MS, DABVP, DACVAA, DACVSMR, CCRT

Date / Time: Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 8:00 PM EDT by Zoom videoconferencing
This webinar is expected to be 50-60 minutes in length depending upon participation.

Prerequisites: The webinar is open to veterinarians, physical therapists, veterinary technicians/nurses, and veterinary students that have successfully completed Introduction to Canine Rehabilitation. CCRPs are also welcome. Veterinary technicians/nurses are required to submit an Employment Agreement Letter (EAL).

Cost: $50 for veterinarians and physical therapists; $25 for veterinary technicians/nurses and veterinary students.

Discount: 10% off for CCRTs, CCRVNs, and CCRAs (the discount may be applied during checkout).

Class Size: The webinar will be limited to 20 participants to allow for constructive interaction between faculty and attendees.

Description: A 2008 study by Waxman et al concluded that subjective evaluation of lameness greatly varies between observers. Lameness assessment can be challenging for all of us. In part one of this mini course, we will review normal canine gaiting patterns as a reference for assessing abnormal patterns. We will discuss useful tips and tricks for recognizing thoracic limb lameness and practice with case examples.

Learning Objectives: Participants will:

  • Discuss normal canine gaits
  • Learn tips and techniques for assessing thoracic limb lameness

Click to Verify RACE Approval This webinar is RACE approved by the AAVSB for 1 credit hour for participants in the live/interactive session. The video recordings of our webinars do not qualify for RACE certificates of attendance, but are included as bonus content in our CRI Member Library (formerly known as our Online CE Course Subscription).

Note: Participants must agree to our Marketing Material Release when registering because a recording of this webinar (and others in this series) will be published as part of the CRI Member Library.

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