Canine (and Feline) Rehabilitation for Spinal Injury/Surgery
What you'll learn
- This course is designed to teach pet owners how to properly, and effectively rehabilitate their pet(s) from home after a spinal injury or back surgery.
- This course is recommended to pet owners who's pets have recently had spinal injuries or back surgery, but may also be used in other instances.
Learn how to safely and effectively rehabilitate your pet from home. This course will help save pet owners some money in helping man's best friend (or a cat) get rehabilitated and back to normal after a spinal injury or surgery! We strongly advise that you consult your veterinarian before using this course for the rehabilitation of your pet. This course does not serve as diagnostics nor guarantees recovery of your pet. It is an aid.
Dr. Chauvet wishes to acknowledge the training and guidance she has received from the Canine Rehabilitation Institute of Wellington, Fla., which has allowed her to integrate successful post-operative rehabilitative care that speeds patients' recoveries and supports ongoing wellness.
Who this course is for:
- This course is targeting pet owners who wish to save some money in at home rehabilitation.
Known internationally for her specialized work in the relatively rare field of veterinary neurology, Dr. Anne Chauvet founded Veterinary Neuro Services in Wisconsin in 1999 and then moved it to Sarasota FL. VNS LLC is now an international company focused on education, helping grow veterinary neurology/neurosurgery businesses and with special interest in hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
She earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Canada, completed a small animal medicine/surgery internship at the University of Illinois in Urbana and finished her residency in neurology/neurosurgery at the University of California, Davis. Dr. Chauvet has been completed the course for rehabilitation by the Canine Rehabilitation Institute of Wellington, Fla.
Dr. Chauvet also spent five years as a clinical instructor in neurology at the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Wisconsin in Madison where she conducted research on gene therapy for canine brain tumors and created the Basic Science Course in Veterinary and Comparative Neurology/Neurosurgery.
Dr. Chauvet remains focused on education and keeping families together by keeping pets on their feet. She currently lives in Scottsdale Arizona with two children, three horses, two dogs and a cat.