- Webinar recorded on Thu 21st April, 2016
- 1 hours 15 mins
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The participant will learn the benefits of adding canine physical rehabilitation to their practice as a professional enhancement as well as a multimodal service to their clients and animals.
1) The participant will gain and understanding of the professional benefits of the addition of canine rehabilitation to their practice.
2) The participant will understand the physical requirements such as space,equipment, and services, as well as the educational requirements necessary to add the service to their practice.
3) The participant will gain an understanding of the types of patients and conditions rehabilitation can help within their practice.
4) The participant will gain an understanding of how the addition of rehabilitation services to their practice can have a positive financial impact.
Dr. John Waterhouse graduated in 2004 from the University of Sydney Veterinary School in Australia and went into general small animal practice. In 2006, John took a sabbatical from the veterinary profession to manage his family’s property development and ranching operations. During that time, he continued to further his education in the areas of veterinary alternative medicine, including traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and acupuncture. In 2010, John moved to the USA to undertake a fellowship in pain management and rehabilitative medicine under the direction of Dr. James Gaynor with Peak Performance Veterinary Group in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He has also completed an externship in diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound with Drs Debra and Sherman Canapp at the Veterinary Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Group in Annapolis Junction, Maryland. John is a Certified Canine Rehab Practitioner (CCRP) through the University of Tennessee. He has visited and researched extensively, the top canine rehabilitation centers in the US, having learned the different business models and rehab protocols designed by the industry experts. John was brought on as a consultant from early 2013 to January 2014 to help build and open the new Canine Rehabilitation & Arthritis Center in Colorado Springs, owned and operated by Dr. Mike Bauer of the Colorado Canine Orthopedic Group. He currently speaks at various conferences on the topics of Canine Arthritis and Pain Management in relation to canine sports medicine.