Developing confidence in canine practice

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Developing confidence in canine practice: Orthopaedics: Options for cruciate disease

cruciate disease is one of the most common causes of hind limb lameness in dogs. This course will help delegates to take a logical approach to the cruciate patient, reviewing treatment options and procedures along with post-operative and long-term management. 

Learning Objectives

  • Delegates will be confidence recommending treatment options to their clients and seeing these patients through within practice
  • Review of cruciate disease The logical approach to cruciate disease patients
  • Gain confidence in procedures and post-operative management. 


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