Canine Rehabilitation and Strengthening CPD course

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About the course

This Canine Rehabilitation and Strengthening CPD course comprises of a number of practical exercises to help strengthen specific muscle groups. Students may bring their dogs to take part in the practical sections of the course.

Our trainer in this subject; Liz Tyrrell-Asprey is a busy canine physiotherapist based in Somerset, who also regularly provides training canine training for animal physiotherapists and other canine body-workers.

The course also includes a section on case study discussions, gait analysis and additional soft tissue techniques, including fascia release.



Students are provided with background information on the benefits of each method, and the exercises are then demonstrated by Liz before students practice each method. We encourage students to bring dogs to ensure that we have a wide variety of breeds, ages, disciplines and requirements.

‘Thank you for a brilliant time. The dogs are still blissed out after yesterday, and I feel like I have come away with some great new tools for my business.’ Beatrice Boyle (McTimoney Animal Spinal Therapist)


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