Applied Musculoskeletal Anatomy of the Dog

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This practical one–day hands-on course will focus on linking anatomy with clinical conditions in sporting/working dogs, but with relevance to non-sporting/working dogs. The course is very much hands-on with various interactive tasks to explain the biomechanics. Delegates will also be able to view and handle museum specimens and dissections of key areas of the MSK system in order to strengthen their understanding of MSK function and disease.

This course is designed for veterinary nurses and allied animal health care and therapy professionals.

 

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  • Richard Payne
  • Erica Gummery

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08 Aug 2018 School of Veterinary Medicine LE12 5RD Book now

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