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UPCOMING CONTINUING EDUCATION: June 5th, 2024

Physical Rehabilitation In General Practice

 

Presented by, Natalie Campbell, VMD, CCRP, CVA Wednesday, June 5th, 2024
6:30pm – 9:00pm

 

Dr. Campbell will discuss an overview of physical rehabilitation in a specialty setting. Descriptions of various therapeutic modalities, indications, and contraindications will be presented, as well as a discussion of criteria for patient selection for treatment. Furthermore, the talk will elaborate on what rehab practices/modalities can be utilized in general practice.

Objectives:

  1. Understand the various treatment modalities (electric stimulation, laser, tPEMF, ice, heat, acupuncture, hydrotherapy, manual therapy, therapeutic ultrasound) – how each works, benefits, indications, and contraindications.
  2. What you can do in your practice – diet plans, basic therapeutic exercise, supplements, modalities such as ice and heat, at-home recommendations/lifestyle changes.
  3. What patients benefit from rehabilitation? It’s not just for orthopedic post-operative patients – pre-hab, athletic conditioning, declining mobility, osteoarthritis, down dogs, neurologic patients, and geriatrics. When should you refer a patient?
    • Overview of Physical Rehabilitation
    • Brief review of treatment modalities
    • Types of patients treated by rehab – it’s not just for orthopedic post-ops!
    • What you can do in your practice

Lecture provides 1 credit of complimentary CE to veterinarians and veterinary technicians through RACE. 

LOCATION

Maggiano’s Little Italy
160 N Gulph Rd Suite 205
King of Prussia, PA 19406

REGISTRATION

RSVP by Wednesday, May 29th, 2024

REGISTER TODAY

If you have questions, please contact our Referral Relationship Manager, Jill Graff at (610) 647-2950 ext 134 or email jill.graff@vrcmalvern.com

UPCOMING CONTINUING EDUCATION: FEBRUARY 28TH, 2024

EXTRACTION COMPLICATIONS

Presented by, Han Chia, VMD, DAVDC Wednesday, February 28th, 2024
6:30pm – 9:00pm

 

The goal of this CE is to focus on extraction complications that happen during surgery. Attendees will review the anatomy of the skull and troubleshoot each complication. The complications that will be discussed are; root breakage, root tip displacement, intra-op hemorrhage, and iatrogenic damage.

Objectives:

  1. Review the anatomy of the head; identify the nerve, blood vessel, and bone structure
  2. Review extraction steps; understand what can go wrong in each step
  3. Evaluate each complication and formulate an appropriate solution for the individual patient
  4. Learn to create a safety net to prevent/decrease the complication rate

Lecture provides 1 credit of complimentary CE to veterinarians and veterinary technicians through *RACE. 

*RACE-approval pending

LOCATION

Maggiano’s Little Italy
160 N Gulph Rd Suite 205
King of Prussia, PA 19406

REGISTRATION

RSVP by Wednesday, February 21st, 2024

REGISTER TODAY

If you have questions, please contact our Referral Relationship Manager, Jill Graff at (610) 647-2950 ext 134 or email jill.graff@vrcmalvern.com

10/15 COVID-19 UPDATE

To our clients:

Effective today, October 15th, 2021:

        • All clients are allowed to enter the hospital for emergency visits and appointment check in
        • Following check in; Clients may wait in the lobby for their pet to be seen, or they can return to the car if they chose
        • Wearing a mask is recommended for all unvaccinated people, one will be provided to you upon request
        • Curbside consultation will still be available

 

We continue to appreciate and thank you all for being so adaptable in this ever-changing environment!

8/31 Covid-19 Update

At VRC, for the health and safety of our clients, patients, and employees, we have implemented the following:

  •  Masks or face coverings are now REQUIRED AT ALL TIMES, regardless of vaccination status.
  • Curbside check-in
  • No contact” services

Simply call us when you get here and we’ll come out and meet you at your car: (610) 647-2950.

As always, we are committed to our patients and focused on delivering the high-quality care you expect from VRC. With coronavirus (COVID-19) status continuing to evolve, we want to assure you that we plan to remain open for emergencies and continue uninterrupted specialty care during regular business hours.

 

We appreciate the support during these ever changing times!