Appropriate management of pain enriches pets and owners lives. This course will emphasize therapies that will enhance traditional pain management techniques. Acupuncture, laser therapy, massage, and physical rehabilitation techniques will be discussed and illustrated in lecture and practiced in a laboratory setting using live dogs or cadavers as models.

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Advanced Concepts in Small Animal Urology is an advanced course that addresses the diagnostic indicators and clinically advanced treatment protocols for dogs and cats experiencing a urology related condition. Uncomplicated, complicated and recurrent urinary tract infections are covered at length, along with the appropriate diagnostic and treatment regimens. Urolithiasis, FLUTD, feline...

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Internal Medicine: Advanced Concepts in Small Animal Urology is a 6-week course that will guide the veterinarian to a practical understanding of the factors involved with difficult urology cases. This course is also valuable for the veterinary technician assisting with the diagnosis and treatment of cases. Course participants will be able to effectively evaluate the urinary system through...

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Do I Need an Associate & How Do I Pay Them? is a 4 week course that will help owners and practices understand how to evaluate the need for a new associate and the the factors involved in finding the right fit. Creating a well structured compensation package, setting up employment contracts, and monitoring and evaluating KPIs, have a direct and profound impact on the financial health of the...

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Day#1 - Saturday - Oral Pathology and Radiology: There will be 3.5 hours of lecture followed by a 4.5-hour laboratory. Lecture and Laboratory notes will be provided. The laboratory will be both on skulls and cadavers. The lecture will cover the following topics: Origins of Oral Dental Disease Familial vs. Acquired Lesions Pathology of Tooth #’s, Form & Position Jaw Growth...

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Course Objectives This course is comprised of 4 weeks of onsite training spread out over a year’s time, taking the student from a Basic to an Advanced Imaging level in both abdomen and cardiac ultrasound Anatomy, Physics and Principles, Image Acquisition, Protocols, Knobology, Normals, etc... are addressed. Students are held accountable through written tests and practicums, as well as...

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