Veterinary Laser Therapy Symposium Webcast (February 2014)

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$450.00

7 hours

Quick Overview

Our exciting webcast technology allows you to participate anywhere in the world with high quality streaming video and can be reviewed for 1 year “On Demand.”

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Where we are now, and where are we going with veterinary laser therapy? What's new in laser therapy? What are the newest treatment guidelines and protocols? What's new in laser therapy devices and delivery systems? What lies ahead for veterinary laser therapy? Where is the technology moving? How are we moving beyond treating only “common conditions”?  

Additional Information

Instructor(s) Dr. Debbie (Gross) Torraca, Dr. John C. Godbold, Jr., Dr. John Knight Waterhouse III, Dr. Ron Riegel
Details

“Pushing the Envelope with Laser Therapy” (1 CE hour)
John Godbold Jr., DVM
Where we are now, and where are we going with veterinary laser therapy? What's new in laser therapy? What are the newest treatment guidelines and protocols? What's new in laser therapy devices and delivery systems? What lies ahead for veterinary laser therapy? Where is the technology moving? How are we moving beyond treating only “common conditions”?

“Management of Common and Uncommon Conditions with the Therapy Laser” (1 CE hour)
John Godbold Jr., DVM
What are some of the “common conditions” we manage well with laser therapy? How do we best treat them? What are some of the “uncommon conditions” we should be treating? We will look at what we are now treating with success, and explore what we may successfully treat in the future.

"Applications of Laser Therapy & Rehabilitation in Sports Medicine - Canine Patients" (2 CE hours)
Deborah M. Gross, DPT, MSPT, Diplomate APTS, CCRP
The canine athlete is a popular rehabilitation patient and the demands of each individual patient and sport should be respected. Laser therapy plays an integral role in the treatment and progression of the canine athlete.

“The Use of Therapeutic Laser in a Sports Medicine Practice” (1.5 CE hours)
John Knight Waterhouse III, BVSc. BCp,. Assoc Dip Science (Building)
Looking at the canine athletes and how laser therapy forms part of a multi-modal approach to a sports medicine practice. We will look at traditional treatments as well alternative treatments that Dr. Waterhouse uses to treat canine athletes, as well as case based examples of laser therapy and protocols to help expand your current knowledge when it comes to you treating the canine athlete in your practice. This lecture will include the use of stem cell and PRP Therapy combined with laser therapy.

“The Use of Therapeutic Laser in the Management of Pain” (1.5 CE hours)
John Knight Waterhouse III, BVSc. BCp,. Assoc Dip Science (Building)
This presentation will focus on the functions of pain and how laser therapy is incorporated into a multi-modal approach for the treatment of pain. We will look at traditional treatments as well alternative treatments that Dr. Waterhouse uses as part a pain management practice with case examples and treatment protocols to help expand your current base of knowledge. This lecture will include the use of stem cell and PRP Therapy combined with laser therapy.

Agenda
  1. Godbold: Pushing the Envelope with Laser Therapy
  2. Godbold: Management of Common & Uncommon Conditions with the Therapy Laser
  3. Waterhouse: Use of Therapeutic Laser in a Sports Medicine Practice
  4. Waterhouse: Use of Therapeutic Laser in the Management of Pain
  5. Gross: Applications of Laser Therapy & Rehabilitation in Sports Medicine
  6. Hutchinson: Adipose Stem Cell Therapy

Course Evaluation

Certificate of Completion

Certifications

This program has been approved for 7.0 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE approval; however participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education. Call AIMLA (937-642-9813) for further information.

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