UNDERWATER TREADMILL COURSE
LET CERTIFIED CANINE REHABILITATION PRACTITIONER ANGELA GRIFFITHS HELP YOU TO UNDERSTAND THE BENEFITS OF USING A WATER TREADMILL FOR HYDROTHERAPY TREATMENT.
Angela Griffiths : CCRP, Dip HAS, RCH, IAVRPT
Angela opened Greyfriars in 2001 and has developed the range of treatments available at Greyfriars to include inpatient care, physiotherapy, hydrotherapy in the pool and water treadmill and functional rehabilitation.
Angela qualified as a CCRP having completed the Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner course at the University of Tennessee, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005.
Angela has developed a team of superb care professionals and lecturers at Greyfriars. She regularly gives lectures herself, in the UK and overseas, and has appeared in television and radio programs.
Greyfriars is now an accredited international centre for hydrotherapy training with world class training facilities. The Certificate and Diploma hydrotherapy courses have RACE approval in the UK and overseas.
REGISTER NOW AND DISCOVER HOW THIS METHOD OF HYDROTHERAPY CAN HELP YOUR PATIENTS.
CAN BE USED FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION/CPD HOURS
A GREAT RESOURCE FOR ANY REHABILITATION PRACTICE
- Suitable for vets, vet nurses and physiotherapists
- Discover equipment options and what to consider when ordering a water treadmill
- These lectures can save you from making expensive mistakes when choosing your equipment and designing your hydrotherapy centre
- Find out which patients can benefit most from water treadmill treatment
- Learn about water treadmill treatment for specific conditions or patient groups
- Understand the potential benefits to enable you to provide better information, help and advice to your clients
- Learn about the theory of water treadmill treatment prior to attending practical training, internships and hydrotherapy qualification studies
WHAT WILL I LEARN ?
- Types of water treadmill
- Equipment components
- Why choose water treadmill for hydrotherapy treatment?
- Water management – disinfection, water quality, responsibilities
- Maintenance required
- You are important for the quality of treatment
- Patient assessment
- Familiarisation – making patients feel comfortable
- Benefits for patients
- Properties and effects of water
- Water depth – effects
- Speed and duration
- How much is too much?
- Calculating distance
- Patient assessment intra and post treatment
- Contraindications and cautions
- Hydrotherapy pool versus water treadmill – which to choose?
- Additional equipment required
BUY THIS COURSE TODAY FOR ONLY $350