A 2-day course from the University of Tennessee and Schloss-Seminar in association with scientific partners BVRSMA, IAVRPT and VEPRA. Learn the principles which underlie the rehabilitation of neurological patients from a veterinary perspective and which techniques may be employed to enhance progress, as well as those which may cause harm. Top class speakers include Dr. Laurent Garosi dipECVN, President of the European College of Veterinary Neurology, and BVRSMA President Lowri Davies. A strong practical component is involved and delegates may draw on the experience of human neurorehabilitation professionals through the contributing presentation from Josie Buckman, a chartered physiotherapist and ACPAT cat A holder who specialises in treating neurological patients.
Discounted rates are available for BVRSMA and ACPAT members and CCRP holders.
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