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"Clinical Uses of Hemp Extracts in the treatment of Osteoarthritis in Dogs and Emerging Evidence in their use in the Treatment of Neuropathic and Acute Pain States"

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Presented by Joe Wakshlag and Dave Tittle

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Key Learning Points:

  • The endocannabinoid system is present throughout the body and regulates many physiological processes including perception of pain, mood, appetite, and memory. It has a role in pain modulation and attenuation of inflammation
  • Cannabinoid products demonstrate potential as adjunctive therapies in the control of osteoarthritis and chronic pain in animals
  • There is emerging evidence of the role of cannabinoid products in the treatment of neuropathic pain, via a modulatory effect at various levels of the pain pathway
  • Although additional longer term randomised trials are required, the use of cannabinoids may be a beneficial option as part of a treatment plan for the management of acute pain states

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About the speakers

Joseph Wakshlag DVM, PhD, DACVN, DACVSMR

Dr. Joseph Wakshlag started his academic career receiving a BS and MS from Montclair State University. He then attended Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine graduating in 1998. He continued his residency training in both pathology and nutrition, as well as receiving his PhD in Pharmacology in 2005. He is became a diplomate in the College of Veterinary Nutrition in 2008 and furthered his board certification as a diplomate in the College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation in 2010 and was Associate Professor at the University of Florida in the Integrative Medicine and Nutrition Service. His background in sports medicine has produced many publications on working dogs, obesity, canine cancer cell biology and arthritis management. He is currently Professor at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine and recently joined the Ellevet team as Chief Medical Officer to oversee their research and clinical trial program.

Dave Tittle BVetMed CertVA GPCert(WVA & CPM) MRCVS RCVS

Dave Tittle qualified from the RVC, London in 2000. He has spent most of his veterinary career in private practice in coastal North Devon. In 2010, he passed the RCVS Certificate examinations in Veterinary Anaesthesia and was subsequently awarded RCVS Advanced Practitioner Status in 2015. He attained his GPCert(WVA&CPM) from the ESVPS in 2018. As well as his anaesthesia and analgesia commitments in the first opinion and referral service at Charter Veterinary Hospital, he also runs referral chronic pain clinics utilising a variety of techniques. Dave’s family lead a very active life around competitive swimming and surf lifesaving. He is a qualified British Swimming judge and beach lifeguard and trains for the occasional triathlon, which also enables him to eat more cake!

He was thrilled to be asked to join the ElleVet Advisory Board in 2019.

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