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International Open Academy

Animal Physical Therapy

International Open Academy
Online
Prezzo Emagister

341 € 22 
*Prezzo Orientativo
Importo originale in GBP:
£ 299  £ 19

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Tipologia Short course
Metodologia Online
Ore di lezione 30h
Durata 60
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  • Short course
  • Online
  • 30h
  • Durata:
    60
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Descrizione

This course is written for the owner of a pet with mobility issues, such as arthritis or those recovering from injury.

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Learn how physiotherapy benefits the body, what’s appropriate for your pet (in conjunction with your vet’s advice), and practical ways to help the pet without drugs. You’ll learn about important anatomical landmarks, the benefit of different types of physiotherapy, and simple exercises to try at home. The content includes practical advice on pet massage, therapeutic exercise, joint manipulation, and heat therapy.

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Cosa impari in questo corso?

Massage
Dog Grooming
Dog
Animal Nutrition
Animal Behaviour
Dog Handling
Benefits
Animal Care
Animal Biology
Pet Care
Joint
Pet Grooming
Pet Insurance
Physiotherapy
Muscles
Animal grooming
Animal Physical therapy
Massage
Dog Handling
Massage
Dog Handling

Programma



Module 1: Introduction

1.1 Benefits of physiotherapy
1.2 Aims of this course
1.3 Disclaimers and contra indications to home physio
1.4 What you’ll learn
1.5 Case studies


Module 2: Physiotherapy

2.1 Tissue response to injury
2.2 Reasons to use physiotherapy
2.3 Types of therapy
2.4 Therapy which can be done at home


Module 3: Anatomy for Physiotherapy

3.1 Why learn anatomy for physiotherapy?
3.2 Instructional words
3.3 The name of things
3.4 Fore limp
3.5 Hind limp
3.6 Head and neck
3.7 Back


Module 4: Physio and Your Pet – Assessment

4.1 Principles of Physiology
4.2 Arthritis
4.3 Conditioning after surgical rest
4.4 Elbow problems
4.5 General stiffness
4.6 Hip dysplasia
4.7 Knee problems
4.8 Neck and back problems
4.9 Sore muscles
4.10 Older pets


Module 5: Physio and Your Pet – Action

5.1 Massage
5.2 Joint Movements
5.3 Therapeutic exercise
5.4 Heat Therapy


Module 6: The Bigger Picture

6.1 Assistive devices
6.2 Nutritional supplements
6.3 Pain relief
6.4 Partnership with veterinary professional