Medical Massage for Animals — Small Animal / Small Exotics Track

November 17-19, 2016 Hands-On Workshop

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Massage incorporates several methods of hands-on, low-force techniques that target restrictions and pain mostly in the soft tissues of the body.  It improves quality of life, controls post-operative or post-procedural pain and stress, and supports mobility as well as functional recovery after injury, trauma, or surgery.

The benefits to adding massage to your practice is limitless.  Clients often see added benefits such a mood changes, better sleeping habits and a more relaxed companion. Research on massage supports its value for treating pain and stress, constipation, immune dysfunction, lymphedema, anxiety, depression, fatigue, chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy, and a host of other conditions.

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Medical Massage Brochure

The companion text for the course will be Dr. Robinson’s Canine Medical Massage book, published by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) Press, co-authored by Shelley Sheets.  Available on the AAHA website, Amazon.com, and other retailers.

Registration opens July 1, 2016 and closes October 19, 2016.  Course size is limited.
Online coursework must be completed before the hands-on workshop

November 17-19, 2016 Hands-On Workshop
CuraCore Conference Center, Fort Collins, Colorado

Registrants will have access to the online modules until December 31, 2016.
Course fee: $2150

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