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Hope v hype: regenerative & conventional treatment modalities in the management of musculoskeletal disease

The session aims to familiarise and review a wide variety of non-surgical treatment options in canine osteoarthritis and musculotendinous pathology. Emphasis will be placed on regenerative medicine and biological therapeutics. Attendees will gain a thorough understanding of the biological principles underpinning musculoskeletal stem cell-based therapeutics and offer a broadened view of how regenerative medicine may be incorporated into a multifaceted treatment structure. The application of stem cells and PRP as a primary treatment in muscle and tendon lesions will also be described. We will also explore medical management of canine OA, multimodal analgesia and disease-modifying medications, and discuss newcomers to the medication market. Our rehabilitation lead will expand upon supportive therapies including physio and hydrotherapy, underwater treadmill, laser and shockwave use before rounding off the session with case examples and time for Q and A.

Who?

Cameron Black, BVMS MVetSci PhD MRCVS, Clinical Research Officer Fiona Doubleday, BSc (Hons) MCSP SRP ACPAT CAT A, Chartered Physiotherapist & Rehabilitation Team Leader

Lecture suitable for: Veterinary Surgeons and Rehabilitation professionals

Where? Fitzpatrick Referrals Orthopaedics and Neurology, Half Way Lane, Eashing, Godalming, Surrey GU7 2QQ

7pm Refreshments and pizza, 7:30pm start, 8:30pm finish

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27 Aug 2019 Fitzpatrick Referrals Orthopaedics and Neurology, Book now

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