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      Holly and Hugo

      Animal Physical Therapy

      Holly and Hugo
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      Preço Emagister

      R$906 R$150
      *Preço aproximado
      Valor original em GBP:
      £175  £29

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      Tipologia Curso
      Metodologia Online
      Horário de aulas 30h
      Duração 45
      Início Datas a escolher
      • Curso
      • Online
      • 30h
      • Duração:
        45
      • Início:
        Datas a escolher
      Descrição

      This course is written for the owner of a pet with mobility issues, such as arthritis or those recovering from injury. 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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      Quais são os objetivos da formação?

      The skills you will master with this course include:

      - How to improve the mobility of specific joints (such as the elbow, hip, or knee) in a safe and sympathetic way
      Reading the signs of pain in cats and dogs
      - Learning gentle exercises appropriate for animals with stiff joints due to conditions such as arthritis or an old injury (Working with the co-operation of your vet.)
      - Learn specific exercises for specific joints
      Hints and tips for how to help your older pet moving around the home with more confidence, using ramps and assistive devices.
      - How to perform massage techniques on your pet to build muscle strength and help them relax. This includes effleurage, kneading, percussion, and also passive movement exercises
      Knowing when physiotherapy could help your pet and recognizing when to avoid it
      - Learn easy and enjoyable exercises you can do at home to build your pet’s strength whilst having fun together
      - Know how to use heat therapy to relieve the nagging pain of a sore joint
      - Understand which nutritional supplements are most beneficial to your pet
      - Have an improved knowledge of dog anatomy
      - Know how and when to get your pet referred to a veterinary physiotherapist

      Esta formação é para mim?

      All audiences.

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      O que se aprende nesse curso?

      Massage
      Animal Nutrition
      Animal Behaviour
      Dog Handling
      Emotional Intelligence
      Benefits
      Animal Care
      Animal Biology
      Pet Care
      Joint
      Animal grooming
      Dog Behavior
      Animal Psychology
      Breeding
      Pet Psychology

      Programa

      Learn all about physiotherapy, types & methods, and how it can help your pet.

      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"