International Association of Animal Therapists
Continued Professional Development

Cruciate Disease & Osteoarthritis

Sunday 7th April – Cruciate Disease and Osteoarthritis : Which Comes First?
With Patrick Harte – Stroud, Gloucestershire 
CPD IAAT members £80, Non-IAAT £90 – 07APRPH

An in-depth presentation on the pathophysiology of cruciate disease in the canine stifles, including a history of its treatment, including regenerative medicine, current treatments, the principles and the stages of physiotherapy and the goals of rehabilitation for the conservatively and post operatively managed CrCLR, the relationship with osteoarthritis in the joint and the principles and the goals for effective rehabilitation of the osteoarthritic patient.

Physiotherapy students need to have completed the second module and attended at least one practical day on physiotherapy exercises to get the most out of this CPD.

Patrick Harte is a vet who works at the Sidings Veterinary Centre in Gloucestershire and specialises in small animal orthopaedics.

To book your place, email and quote reference 07APRPH

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