Guidelines for Home Rehabilitation of Your Dog: Instead of Surgery for Torn Knee Ligament: The First Four Weeks, Basic Edition

Guidelines for Home Rehabilitation of Your Dog: Instead of Surgery for Torn Knee Ligament: The First Four Weeks, Basic Edition

by Deborah Carroll
     
 

These successful homework guidelines are based on my having over 30 years experience in sport science and exercise program design, as well as based on much related research. I have been in veterinary-based, companion animal rehabilitation for almost 10 years and have developed these guidelines for use in my mobile animal rehabilitation practice so that pet caretakers…  See more details below

Overview

These successful homework guidelines are based on my having over 30 years experience in sport science and exercise program design, as well as based on much related research. I have been in veterinary-based, companion animal rehabilitation for almost 10 years and have developed these guidelines for use in my mobile animal rehabilitation practice so that pet caretakers may practice them in the home environment to rehab their pets after injury and/or surgery. No special tools or equipment are needed for the majority of the exercises and drills I utilize on a daily basis and present in this book. You do need to be able to understand and follow instructions contained in this volume. I do my rehabilitation work in collaboration with veterinarians, and it is my strong suggestion that you do the same where a veterinarian is available. Thank you, on behalf of your pet, for taking this time to learn more about the healing methods available for them.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615900476
Publisher:
Rehabilitation and Conditioning for Animals
Publication date:
09/14/2013
Pages:
34
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.07(d)

Meet the Author

I have developed the guidelines in this book for use in my mobile animal rehabilitation practice so that I and/or pet caretakers may practice them in the home or any other environment conducive to the work (clinic, barn, quiet park, mountaintop...) in order to rehab their pets after injury and/or surgery. No special tools or equipment are needed for the majority of the exercises and drills I utilize on a daily basis and present in this book, my having taught countless others to utilize them as well. I have a rehab page on Facebook, a Twitter account, and a presence on LinkedIn. I randomly post super important info or pictures of animals trying to enjoy rehab. For more info, please see www.rehabdeb.com.
Thanks!

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