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The Essential Elements of a Holistic Approach to Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation for Animals

Subscribe to our Knowledge Nibbles and let us bring you some free CPD/CE directly to your inbox every week. Subscribe to “Equine” Subscribe to “Canine” Subscribe to “Both” In this week’s Knowledge Nibble we discuss Principles of Rehabilitation. If you would like to read the transcript for this post then please click on the reference […]

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Pain and Exercise in Animal Rehabilitation - what about fear

Pain and Exercise in Animal Rehabilitation – what about fear?

Subscribe to our Knowledge Nibbles and let us bring you some free CPD/CE directly to your inbox every week. Subscribe to “Equine” Subscribe to “Canine” Subscribe to “Both” In this week’s Knowledge Nibble we discuss pain and exercise and have a think about how fear can play a part in animal rehabilitation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKHKVttpQiI If you would […]

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Principles of Rehabilitation

Principles of Rehabilitation

Subscribe to our Knowledge Nibbles and let us bring you some free CPD/CE directly to your inbox every week. Subscribe to “Equine” Subscribe to “Canine” Subscribe to “Both” In this week’s Knowledge Nibble we discuss Principles of Rehabilitation. Reference: Kirkby Shaw, K., Alvarez, L., Foster, S. A., Tomlinson, J. E., Shaw, A. J., & Pozzi, […]

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5 tips for managing owner expectations

It has happened to all of us….that sinking feeling when you hear on the grapevine that an owner stopped using you because you were not getting the results they expected. You thought you were doing a great job and were happy with the progression but they dropped you like a hot stone and moved onto the next therapist. Ouch! Let’s reflect on managing owner expectations.