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“I am really enjoying the webinars as they are very informative and based on very relevant topics, some of which have very little information available from other sources.” ~ Danielle Van Wyk

12 MARCH 2020  :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Taking a Look at Lumbosacral Pain: Assessment Indicators and how it Affects Hydrotherapy Treatment

with Amy Kings: BSc(hons), PG Dip Veterinary Physiotherapy, mACPAT, mHCP

Lumbosacral pain with and without potential referred hind limb pain is becoming something we are increasingly aware of. The way vets diagnose LS pathology is evolving but there are still cases of LS pain that get missed. I want to talk about it to increase our awareness and make sure we are not unknowingly implementing inappropriate treatments.

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16 APRIL 2020   :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Hydrotherapy for Cats

with Wendy Davies: BS CVT CCRVN VYS (Physical Rehabilitation)

This lecture will look at when we would need to use hydrotherapy in cats, the challenges we may face, as well as how to overcome them in a gentle and kind manner.

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13 MAY 2020  :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Biomechanics and Anatomy of the Axial Skeleton

with Jenny Williams : BSc (Hons), AdvCerVPhys, CertClinEd, L3 CanineHydro, MIRVAP(VP)

This lecture will focus on the normal anatomy and biomechanics of the axial skeleton out of the water, providing a clear goal post for the basis of clinical biomechanical decisions once in the water.

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25 JUNE 2020  :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Biomechanics and Anatomy of the Periphery

with Jenny Williams : BSc (Hons), AdvCerVPhys, CertClinEd, L3 CanineHydro, MIRVAP(VP)

This lecture will focus on the normal anatomy and biomechanics of the limbs out of the water, providing a clear goal post for the basis of clinical biomechanical decisions once in the water. 

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16 JULY 2020  :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Handling Aids: The Effects in a Hydrotherapy Session

with Amy Kings: BSc(hons), PG Dip Veterinary Physiotherapy, mACPAT, mHCP

This webinar will explore through video and discussion the way that different handling aids and techniques affect the movement of dogs in a therapeutic hydrotherapy environment.

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13 AUGUST 2020   :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Your Health as a Hydrotherapist and how to Look After It: Back Care

with Marion Aylot: RCH

This lecture will examine ergonomic risk factors and how injuries occur in the hydrotherapy environment, critically analyse manual handling in the hydrotherapy setting using an evidential approach, and review recommendations for best practice.

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10 SEPTEMBER 2020   :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Hydrotherapy for the Rehabilitation of Elbow Dysplasia

with Tracey Jones: AdvCertVPhys, CCRP, Canine Hydrotherapist

In this webinar, we look at Elbow Dysplasia in it’s various presentations, and how hydrotherapy can best be used to aid in the rehabilitation, answering some of the most common questions hydrotherapists have. Using this webinar as an opportunity I would like to recap on the differences of ED, look at any new surgical techniques now in practice and how and if this affects what we as hydrotherapists can and do offer.

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8 OCTOBER 2020   :   12H00 – 13H00 (GMT +2)

Neck and Back Conditions

with Ellen Martins: PT, MT, CCRT

This webinar will discuss common neck and back conditions, and how hydrotherapy can impact the recovery of these conditions.

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