Video Training 39: Part 1 - An Obesity Program

09 Jun 2013
Part 1: Establishing an Obesity Program
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Differential Diagnoses: Clinical Reasoning Form

02 Jun 2013
Use this form to help guide you in your clinical reasoning when approaching diagnostics. If you get used to 'thinking' this way, it will help you!! I promise!
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Video Training 38: Cupping technique on a dog!

26 May 2013
Cupping on a dog! Oh yeah! Firstly, I shot this as a spur of the moment video with an old camera in the clinic... not HD... not the best quality... but watch anyways! Secondly, the owner has returned since that session, and reported that this dog's swelling was pretty much GONE the next day... Kinda cool!Check out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNg0qQl1q5U to see 'human' videos, and Purchase at: http://www.easterncurrents.ca or Amazon (they have everything!)
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Video Training 37: Bandaging the rear legs for function

19 May 2013
How & why to bandage the rear legs to enhance function.
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2013 May-June: Volume 2, Issue 3

12 May 2013
A newsletter dedicated to YOU! Brilliant insights from fellow canine rehab practitioners in the field!
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Video Training 36: Endfeels

05 May 2013
One of the most important skills in physio/PT assessment & diagnostics is about the END FEEL. Brush up on this concept and skill here!!
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Canine Athlete Considerations: Sit Problems in Obedience Competition Dogs

02 May 2013
An extensive search for current literature on the subject of canine ‘sit’ problems revealed very little research on the subject. An interview or questionnaire of 10 Calgary, Alberta dog trainers resulted in 6 responses. Professional dog trainers prior to exposure to physiotherapy interventions to a ‘sit problem’ have attributed the finding as either laziness on the dogs part, poor prior training, lack of any prior training, habituation, poor muscle development or physical reasons (such as hip dysplasia).
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Working with Dogs: Handling the Canine Rehab Patient

02 May 2013
These slide handouts are particularly relevant for the physios / PTs that are new to working with dogs, but might also be useful for vets and techs who need to learn to handle dogs while fostering compliance for a 30 minute treatment session as compared to being restrained for a few short minutes.
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Business & Marketing - Part 5: Videos, Articles & E-Mail Capture

02 May 2013
Part 5 Business & Marketing. How to utilize video, articles, & e-mail capture systems in your marketing ventures.
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Video Training 35: Taping, Theraband & Core Stability

29 Apr 2013
A couple of nifty ways to work on proximal stabilization and core stabilization!
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April 2013 NERD Contest!

29 Apr 2013
Video Details on the Nerd Contest!
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Video Training 34: My Exercise Area

21 Apr 2013
Again... by request... My exercise area at The Canine Fitness Centre (and things you can do in it!!)
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Video Training 33: Products I Sell

14 Apr 2013
This video by request... What products do I recommend and sell? Part 2 - About my clinic (The Canine Fitness Centre).
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Video Training 32: Equipment Recommendations

07 Apr 2013
This video is by request... What equipment do you have or like in your clinic? Well here’s part 1 - About my clinic (The Canine Fitness Centre).
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2013 March-April: Volume 2, Issue 2

04 Apr 2013
A super-useful newsletter dedicated to IVDD (and related articles) in the literature... and of course, MY take on the ’clinical relevance’ of each! Enjoy!
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Video Training 31: Capsular Patterns in Dogs

31 Mar 2013
This video discusses capsular patterns - what they are and why you care!
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Video Training 30: Sesamoid bones

17 Mar 2013
Everything you ever wanted to know about the palmar MCP & MTP sesamoid bones in dogs!!
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Video Training 29: What to Expect

10 Mar 2013
This video is one that will go up onto my Canine Fitness Centre website for marketing purposes. We all need to do a better job of educating the public about what we do - for marketing and for expansion and acceptance in the field!
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Video Training 28: New Manual Technique for IVDD

24 Feb 2013
This video described a passive physiological rotational mobilization technique for treatment of canine discs (Lumbar and Thoracic). IVDD, Disc Disease, Rotations, Disc Herniation, Hansen's, Neurology, Back Pain.
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Video Training 27: Ways to Play with E-Stim

17 Feb 2013
Just as described: Different ways to use your E-stim. Electrical Muscle Stimulation, NMES, Muscle Stim.
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Business & Marketing - Part 4: The Foundation of Relationship Marketing

10 Feb 2013
Part 4 Business & Marketing. How you view marketing will set your future path to successful marketing, no marketing, or failed marketing. So let’s start to lay the foundation for relationship marketing before we start to dive into tactics and strategy.
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Video Training 26: Neurological REHAB - Part 4

03 Feb 2013
Part 4 of 3 (ha, ha) - putting it all together: The neuro case comes in... When do you focus on what?? Neuro Rehab, Neurologic, Neurology, Clinical Reasoning.
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Video Training 25: Neurological REHAB - Part 3

27 Jan 2013
Part 3 of 3 - basic lecture(s) on rehab for the neuro patient. This video covers additional therapies and traction techniques for the neurologic patient. Neuro Rehab, Neurology.
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Video: Treatment Technique for ’Old Dog Vestibulitis’

25 Jan 2013
This technique is based on the human Dix-Hallpike Manoeuvre for human Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo. Vestibular, Vestibulitis, Idiopathic Geriatric Vestibulitis, Nystagmus.
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Video Training 24: Neurological REHAB - Part 2

20 Jan 2013
Part 2 of 3 - basic lecture(s) on rehab for the neuro patient. This one covers Neurodevelopmental Techniques, Postural Reactions, & Sensorimotor Techniques. Neuro Rehab, Neurology, Neurologic.
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Video Training 23: Neurological REHAB - Part 1

13 Jan 2013
This is part 1 of a 3 part series - My basic lecture(s) on rehabilitation for the neurologic patient. This one covers the concept of Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation - PNF. Neuro Rehab, Neurology, Neurologic.
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2013 Jan-Feb: Volume 2, Issue 1

06 Jan 2013
Current Research: Human & Animal studies and why you should care about both!
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Neurological Rehab: Myotome & Dermatome Cheat Sheet

06 Jan 2013
Canine Myotome & Dermatome Cheat sheet. Want a different format - see the Neurological Rehab section for an article called Canine Nerves!
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Canine Athlete Considerations: Reports of Injuries in Dog Sports

30 Dec 2012
Ever wonder what is reported in the literature in regards to actual injuries in dog sports? (Not a lot... but here’s what I found!)
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Canine Athlete Considerations: Sport-Training for Puppies and Concerns About Growth

30 Dec 2012
A brief discussion regarding growth issues as they relate to training a puppy for sport.
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Business & Marketing - Part 3: Crafting Your Marketing Message

30 Dec 2012
Part 3 Business & Marketing: Crafting Your Marketing Message. Whether starting out and just creating your marketing materials (brochure, website, etc), you want to think about the language that you use and how you will be presenting your services to your prospective clients. Your wording and the message needs to be thoughtfully crafted.
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Video Training 22: The Dog with Hip OA

23 Dec 2012
Osteoarthritis in the canine hip(s) can be a common problem as a dog ages. Therapy can (and should) be more than just medical. Learn how to plan and assess your treatment interventions in this video. Hip, Hips, Coxofemoral.
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Video Training 21: The Juvenile Dog with Hip Dysplasia

16 Dec 2012
Canine Hip Dysplasia can be a debilitating juvenile orthopaedic disorder. Management with conservative therapies can be successful and should be trialed prior to any surgical interventions are considered (in my opinion). Learn how to assess and plan your treatment interventions in this video. hip dysplasia, hip, hips.
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Video Training 20: TMJ Assessment & Treatment

09 Dec 2012
The Temporomandibular joint is not a commonly injured site...but when it is, it can be significant. This video will take you through assessment and treatment techniques for this region.
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Business & Marketing - Part 2: Offline Research & Surveys

02 Dec 2012
Part 2 Business & Marketing: Off-line Market Research & Surveying your list. When starting your canine rehab business or looking to revitalize it, you need to ask questions (and stop hiding behind your computer or within your four walls). This audio will help to inspire you to interview your potential, past, or existing clients to find out exactly what they want and how you should be marketing to them.
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Video Training 19: Fun with Cinderblocks

25 Nov 2012
These two-in-one videos show a couple of my favourite exercises using concrete cinderblocks. Exercise, Conditioning, Equipment, Breeze Blocks, Blocks, Strengthening.
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Video Training 18: A Puppy Assessment

18 Nov 2012
Here’s a video showing a full puppy assessment ’live’, no editing... on a rather unruly puppy!
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Video Training 17: The Sacroiliac Joint

11 Nov 2012
Sacroiliac joint dysfunctions are a common, yet often undiagnosed source of lameness or performance issues in dogs. This video looks at how to assess and treat for SIJ lesions.
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Neurological Rehab: Survey - Debilitated Dog Rehab

08 Nov 2012
The question was asked of me: What do you do with debilitated dogs? I put out a survey and received these results. Good food for thought!
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2012 Nov-Dec: Volume 1, Issue 5

04 Nov 2012
Research Reviews - and their clinical relevance
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Business & Marketing - Part 1: Online Market Research

28 Oct 2012
Part 1 Business & Marketing: Online Market Research. When starting your canine rehab business or looking to revitalize it, a good, easy way to start is to look online to see who is doing what near you and beyond. This audio gives you tips on what you need to know and search online.
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Video Training 16: Motor control & timing

22 Oct 2012
Dysfunctions with motor control and timing can lead to perpetual problems and recurrent problems. This video deals with how to assess for these issues and how to treat as well.
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Canine Athlete Considerations: Conformation - Form to Function handout

17 Oct 2012
This handout compliments Training Video 14 on Conformation. It is a handout of the slides so that you can grab up - in paper format - and see exactly at what you should be looking for.
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Video Training 15: First Rib Diagnosis and Mobs

14 Oct 2012
First rib positional lesions can lead to lameness, off loading of a front limb, or performance problems in dogs. This video will help you to assess for them and to potentially treat them.
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Video Training 14: Conformation - Form to Function

07 Oct 2012
Evaluating dogs from a conformation standpoint is a verifiable skill indeed! This video will help you to look at the basics of conformation evaluation.
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Video Training 13: Traction and the Canine Spine

01 Oct 2012
This video describes what is known about traction and demonstrates traction techniques for the canine spine.
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Video Training 12: The Thoracic Disc

23 Sep 2012
This video shows the assessment techniques and deductive reasoning behind localization of a thoracic disc lesion. Treatment approaches will also be discussed.
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Exercise Progression

17 Sep 2012
This audio comes from a member question regarding progression of exercise through rehab. Please listen to hear my thoughts, ideas, some background science, and clinical findings & tidbits on progressing an animal through rehab (and specifically through the exercise component). Enjoy!
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Video Training 11: Land Treadmill training

10 Sep 2012
I know you’ve likely seen those flashy videos of dogs on treadmills, no hands, no supports - smart dog, smart trainer! That’s not me and not how things look when I start a dog on treadmill exercise!! This videos show some treadmill tips and tricks that I play with in my clinical practice.
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2012 Sept-Oct: Volume 1, Issue 4

03 Sep 2012
More Exercise - part 2
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Video Training 10: Idiopathic Geriatric Canine Vestibulitis

28 Aug 2012
There is a theory amongst canine rehab / physio practitioners regarding old dogs with sudden onset vestibular signs. The thought is that idiopathic geriatric vestibular disease in dogs is similar to benign paroxysmal positional vertigo in people. If they are the same, then perhaps treatment can be the same as well. This video demonstrates the manoeuvres that are used with people - and adapted to dogs for treatment.
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Everyday Inspiration

19 Aug 2012
Inspiration and messages can be found everyday in all of the little things you do or see and if you take the time to notice.
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Video Training 09: The Canine Stifle Meniscus

15 Aug 2012
Lesions of the stifle meniscus can cause pain and lameness in the dog. This video training demonstrates assessment techniques to identify meniscal derangement and a treatment technique for post-operative meniscal lesions.
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Video Training 08: The Elusive C7

09 Aug 2012
Finding, palpating, mobility assessment, and treatment of C7 problems.
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Post-operative CCL Management: Post op CCL paper

01 Aug 2012
From: Edge-Hughes L & Nicholson H: Canine treatment and rehabilitation. In Animal Physiotherapy Assessment, Treatment and Rehabilitation of Animals, McGowan, Goff & Stubbs (eds). Blackwell Publishing, Ames, Iowa, 2007, pp 206 – 237.
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Video Training 07: Assessing for Medial Shoulder Joint Instability

30 Jul 2012
We put the cart before the horse - here is a video with my tips and suggestions for how to assess for medial shoulder joint instability.
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Outcome Measures & Forms: Helsinki Chronic Pain Index

26 Jul 2012
Printable
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Video Training 06: Action Planning & a Productivity Manager

18 Jul 2012
Need some motivation on your canine rehab learning / relearning path? Watch this for some tips and tools to help you focus (and get more done in a day)! AND, go to the articles area, motivation section, and print off the Productivity Manager. (Scroll upwards after pressing ’play’ to actually watch the video!)
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Motivation: Action Planning & A Productivity Manager

18 Jul 2012
Need help to organize your day to get done both the little things, and take a step towards to bigger goals? Try this handy one-day planner. It goes with Video Training #6.
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2012 July-Aug: Volume 1, Issue 3

11 Jul 2012
Novel exercise concepts - part 1
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Video Training 05: Bandaging for Medial Shoulder Instability

27 Jun 2012
Medial shoulder instability is quickly becoming a frequently recognized injury in active and athletic dogs. Treatment may or may not include surgery... but in either case, some form of support is often useful. This video shows a method for using a simple tensor bandage (ace bandage) to support the medial structures of the canine shoulder joint.
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Video Training 04: Stretching & ROM in the Musculoskeletal Assessment

11 Jun 2012
Stretching and ROM are not only tools for treatment, they can be used to aid in establishing your differential diagnosis. Follow along and learn or review the musculotendinous stretching techniques. (Scroll upwards after pressing ’play’ to watch the video.)
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Video Training 03: 2012 My Favourite Textbooks

30 May 2012
I am always asked about which textbooks I like the most - so here is the ’show and tell’ of my current favourites! (Scroll upwards after pressing ’play’ to actually watch the video!)
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2012 May-June: Volume 1, Issue 2

23 May 2012
Achilles / Calcaneal Tendon surgical repair & post-operative management
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Outcome Measures & Forms: Cincinnati Orthopedic Disability Index

21 May 2012
Printable!
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Outcome Measures & Forms: Canine Fitness Centre Measurement Form

21 May 2012
This is the objective measurement form that I use at my clinic.
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Modalities Update 2011: Part 3

21 May 2012
Update on modality usage - Hot and Cold
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Modalities Update 2011: Part 2

21 May 2012
Update on modality uses and dosaging - E-stim, TENS, Microcurrent, & PEMF
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Modalities Update 2011: Part 1

21 May 2012
Update on modality uses & dosaging - Laser and Ultrasound
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Aquatics: Just a bit more

13 May 2012
Extra aquatics considerations
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Aquatics: The Benefits of Hydrotherapy

13 May 2012
Benefits of Hydrotherapy
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Aquatics: Underwater Treadmill Therapy for Dogs

13 May 2012
Edge-Hughes LM. 2007, Underwater treadmill (UWT) therapy in dogs: Finding the evidence to create a protocol for its use. A small-scale sample literature review. The CHAP Newsletter. Summer 2007. Finding the evidence to create a protocol for it’s use.
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Canine Athlete Considerations: Training Program Design

13 May 2012
Research on training and condition for the canine athlete is not readily available, however there is much to be gained and extrapolated from horse and human research and literature. This paper will attempt to apply the available information on training and conditioning to the Greyhound Racing Dog and the Australian Sled Dog.
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Canine Athlete Considerations: Soft Tissue Injuries of the Shoulder in the Canine Athlete

13 May 2012
Soft tissue injuries are often an under-diagnosed source of canine lameness. Sporting and working dogs may be particularly at risk of suffering acute traumatic muscle strains, ligamentous sprains or chronic overuse degenerative tendinosis lesions resultant from poor healing of repetitive strain injuries. Less conditioned animals may also be at risk when performing infrequent burst activities or endurance tasks, much like the phenomenon known as weekend-warrior-syndrome in humans. Physical therapy skills and knowledge lend the ability to systematically assess, diagnose and conservatively treat soft tissue injuries in the canine patient
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Canine Athlete Considerations: Stretching and Injury Prevention

13 May 2012
Stretching is a popular prescription among health care professionals, athletic trainers and in fitness/coaching personnel, all whom have an interest in improving flexibility in both healthy and injured clientele. Stretching has been touted to enhance athletic performance, prevent musculotendinous strain injuries and reduce delayed onset muscle soreness however confusion and controversy exists over when stretching is most effective and some claims and common uses of stretching are not supported by research.
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Canine Sacroiliac Joint: Canine SIJ notes

13 May 2012
Sacroiliac joint dysfunction is a term used in humans to describe pain in or around the region of the sacroiliac joint (SIJ) which is presumed to be due to misalignment, abnormal movement or insufficient stabilization of the SIJs. Dysfunctions and/or lesions affecting the canine sacroiliac joint have received little attention in veterinary research and/or clinical practice. However, the sacroiliac joint in the dog and possibly in other small animals is similar enough to that in humans to argue that sacroiliac joint lesions and dysfunctions may well be a potential source of back, pelvic and/or hind limb pain. Subsequently, similar diagnostics and treatment techniques or therapies to those used in humans may be applied to dogs.
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Canine Sacroiliac Joint: LEH Canine SIJ Case Study

13 May 2012
Solomon was an 8-year old, intact male Great Dane. He suffered a recent acute onset lameness (3-week duration) of his right hind leg following a suspected trauma of his limb being caught in a hide-a-bed / sofa-bed. The chief complaint was that Solomon was walking on the dorsum of his right foot and dragging it on ambulation when found on the morning of February 11th, 2006.
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Conservative Management of Canine CCL deficiency: Conservative Management of CCL-D paper

13 May 2012
WRITTEN ARTICLE - All practitioners involved in small animal health care are well aware of the fact that some animals are not surgical candidates, either due to age, poor health, an inadequate state of fitness, and/or because of financial constraints, or owners’ beliefs. This subset of patients deserves a chance at optimal function as much as those that are prime surgical candidates with owners willing and able to bear the financial burden of surgery.
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Conservative Management of Canine CCL deficiency: Conservative Management of CCL-D slides

13 May 2012
Handouts - SLIDES -All practitioners involved in small animal health care are well aware of the fact that some animals are not surgical candidates...
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Differential Diagnoses: The Lumbo-Pelvic-Hip Region

13 May 2012
This information is intended to provide readers with the background theory and clinical reasoning skills to confidently perform a physical assessment of the lumbo-pelvic-hip region on a dog.
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Differential Diagnoses: The Cervico-Thoracic-Shoulder Region

13 May 2012
This information is intended to provide readers with the background theory and clinical reasoning skills to confidently perform a physical assessment of the cervico-thoracic-shoulder region on a dog.
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Geriatrics: Treatment of Osteoarthritis in the Literature

13 May 2012
The goals with the treatment of osteoarthritis are to relieve pain and associated muscle spasm, maintain and regain joint ROM, improve joint health, strengthen supporting muscles, address proprioceptive deficits, and advise on lifestyle modifications necessary to improve osteoarthritic joint functioning.
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Geriatrics: Exercise considerations in the geriatric canine patient

13 May 2012
There are several things that change (and/or go awry) as we age. Some of these things must be taken into consideration as we are attempting to exercise, condition or rehabilitate the geriatric canine patient.
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Geriatrics: Osteoarthritis book chapter

13 May 2012
From: Edge-Hughes L & Nicholson H. 2007, Canine treatment and rehabilitation. In: McGowan, Goff & Stubbs (eds) Animal Physiotherapy Assessment, Treatment and Rehabilitation of Animals. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK, pp 205 – 237.
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Geriatrics: Glucosamine for dogs

13 May 2012
Dietary supplements such as glucosamine and/or chondroitin sulfate are widely used to relieve the symptoms from osteoarthritis in both humans and animals. This report will attempt to review relevant studies on the use of glucosamine in dogs.
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Miscellaneous: Can I Learn to Critically Assess an Article

13 May 2012
I admit to having a limited understanding and appreciation for evidence-based practice (EBP) before undertaking my Masters degree. When I learned the skill to do so, I was delighted to go back to my stacks of journals (that I had never thrown out for the last couple of decades!) and re-read some of the articles with a keener awareness. I was astounded at how much I had been missing by not understanding the literature better. So, how can you learn more about literature evaluation so that you can put evidence-based practice into your clinical practice?
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Miscellaneous: CANINE QUADRICEPS CONTRACTURES

13 May 2012
Quadriceps contracture is essentially a muscular contracture and adherence to the underlying bone following a femoral fracture with or without surgical fixation, whereby the muscle become taut and adherent, resulting in a characteristic hind limb hyperextension.
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Miscellaneous: Management of the recumbent dog

13 May 2012
Prior to World War II, patients with abdominal surgeries were kept on bed rest one week or more. These patients often developed complications such as atelectasis, deep vein thrombosis, hypostatic pneumonia, pulmonary thromboembolism and a loss muscular conditioning. Through out the war attention was given to teaching effective breathing and coughing and leg exercises to maintain adequate venous return and early ambulation. Physical therapy is often overlooked early in the treatment of critically ill veterinary patients because the complications of prolonged immobility have not yet caused functional limitations.
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Miscellaneous: OBESITY IN DOGS

13 May 2012
A review of the literature on canine obesity draws parallels between risk factors, the negative impact on health, and treatment of obesity in humans and their companion pets.
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Miscellaneous: Fracture Management

13 May 2012
From: Edge-Hughes L & Nicholson H. 2007, Canine treatment and rehabilitation. In: McGowan, Goff & Stubbs (eds) Animal Physiotherapy Assessment, Treatment and Rehabilitation of Animals. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK, pp 205 – 237.
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Neurological Rehab: Bladder control in the neurologic patient

13 May 2012
Understand problems with urination in small animal neurological patients.
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Neurological Rehab: Canine Nerves

13 May 2012
Dermatomes, myotomes and musculoskeletal nerve supply in general. Printable as a ’cheat sheet’ for your in-clinic use!
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Neurological Rehab: The Neuro Assessment Handout

13 May 2012
This hand out goes with the webinar / video on the Neurological Assessment. Print it out and then follow along with the webinar in the Media section.
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Neurological Rehab: Conservative Treatment of IVDD

13 May 2012
Without use of advanced diagnostic technology it is difficult to ascertain the exact degree of damage in a spinal cord lesion in a dachshund with thoracolumbar (T-L) disc disease and mild to moderate deficits. However, the assumption made with chondrodystrophic breeds is that there has been a disruption of the annulus fibrosis surrounding the disc, which has allowed the extrusion of a small amount of discal material (Hansen’s type 1 IVDD).
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Neurological Rehab: DEGENERATIVE MYELOPATHY

13 May 2012
An overview of DM.
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Neurological Rehab: Neuro Exercises

13 May 2012
Just a listing of ideas to get you thinking!!
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Neurological Rehab: Summary Traction literature

13 May 2012
Conservative treatment for cervical disc disease in humans may include cervical traction, analgesic and/or anti-inflammatory medications, and physiotherapy.
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Neurological Rehab: Thoracic Spine Disc Lesions

13 May 2012
Start utilizing this technique more often and you will be surprised at how many more thoracic disc lesions you pick up!
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Neurological Rehab: Wobblers in Dogs Article

13 May 2012
Basic background and therapy prescription for ’old-dog-wobblers’.
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Protocol: Wobblers Dog Protocol

13 May 2012
A handout to give to the owners of your caudal cervical spondylomyelopathy patients
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