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Physical rehabilitation

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FIRSTLINE: Jan 08, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Here are five ways to improve senior pets' health—and maybe even life expectancy—by helping them get back to the things they used to do.
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dvm360.com: Dec 11, 2015
Pain specialist offers her take on emerging modalities, including one that could 'revolutionize' pain medicine.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Oct 05, 2015
UC Davis’ Veterinary Institute of Regenerative Cures is working to develop new therapies for both humans and animals.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jul 02, 2015
By dvm360.com staff
CT scans provide exact models used to create plastic reproductions for education and surgery.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jun 19, 2015
By dvm360.com staff
Dr. Mike Petty says acupuncture can be a successful alternative to conventional Western medicine and bring in new clients.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Feb 01, 2014
By dvm360.com staff
Please note this imporant clarification.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Dec 02, 2013
By dvm360.com staff
An overview of important points to keep in mind when rehabilitating orthopedic patients.
Apr 17, 2013
By dvm360.com staff
What do a pit bull suffering from fibrocartilaginous embolism, a Labrador retriever with chronic severe elbow dysplasia, and a beagle with ventral slot decompression have in common? These precious pooches are rehabilitation success stories that teach us to never give up hope.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 01, 2012
Veterinarians at the Canine Rehabilitation Institute find that early rehab for pain management, along with at-home exercises, are key to postoperative success.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jan 01, 2012
By dvm360.com staff
Are you doing all you can to help veterinary patients recover from injuries and regain mobility?
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Nov 01, 2011
A physical therapist shares her story.
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CVC IN SAN DIEGO PROCEEDINGS: Oct 01, 2011
The veterinarian’s role in the health care of dogs is changing.
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CVC IN SAN DIEGO PROCEEDINGS: Oct 01, 2011
Tendon and ligament injuries can be serious enough to not only affect performance but to end a dog’s career.
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CVC IN SAN DIEGO PROCEEDINGS: Oct 01, 2011
Important considerations when treating cases include concurrent conditions such as those that occur following trauma, prevention of further injury, and repeat examination to identify problems that were not previously diagnosed.
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CVC IN SAN DIEGO PROCEEDINGS: Oct 01, 2011
Aging is not a disease. However, in the canine athlete, it may seem that they get older faster.