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Save the Stifle

C.A.T. Episode 9. Save the Stifle

In “Save the Stifle,” Dr. Narda Robinson reviews the myofascial anatomy and referred pain patterns associated with perceived stifle pain. Download the accompanying handout here: Reduce unnecessary surgery by first establishing a solid insight in the multiple causes of a patient’s problem, such as cranial cruciate ligament disease. Myofascial pain syndromes have received little attention in human medicine and even less in veterinary medicine. It’s time to turn this around.

You can also listen to the podcast here!

Disclaimer: This podcast is for informational purposes only. The information we provide is not intended to replace medical or veterinary consultation with your healthcare provider, and it is not intended as a recommendation if you or a family member are / is experiencing health problems, pain, or inflammation. While Dr. Robinson IS a licensed physician and veterinarian in the state of Colorado, she is not YOUR or your animal’s, respectively. Before anyone receives medical / veterinary care, one should have a diagnosis by a health provider. So, if you are not a veterinarian, veterinary nurse, or veterinary technician viewing this video for general learning purposes, please do not use this information instead of seeking professional assistance. This is not for self-diagnosis or self-treatment. Any approaches presented in this webinar series can harm as well as help, they are not a cure-all. CuraCore® VET and CuraCore® MED.



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