Clinical Case Challenge:
- Trigger Point Dry Needling for Treatment of Myofascial Trigger Points
- PRE-TREATMENT: Ruby’s gait prior to being evaluated for trigger point therapy. She holds the leg close to her body and walks and runs on three legs with her body curved to compensate for the lameness. Watch now
- POST-TREATMENT: Ruby walks, runs and jumps using all 4 legs today, thanks to her trigger point dry needling therapy. She still had a mild tarsal instability but her active lifestyle keeps her muscles in shape. Watch now
Don’t forget to mark your calendars for our annual open house at Cummings School’s campus, set for September 20!
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Pain Consultation and Referral Service
More than ever, pet owners are concerned about pain management in their four legged companions. Having a pet distressed by pain is a cause of worry and frustration for many owners. Learn more about the Pain Consultation and Referral Service.
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The 7th Canine and Feline Breeding and Genetics Conference will bring together researchers, veterinary professionals, breed club representatives and breeders, to have serious, scholarly discussions on canine and feline genetics and genomics on September 11-12. Live streaming is also available. Please note that this is a high-level research conference. Read More
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