Canine Arthritis Management’s big fundraising event – CAM Big Walks – is making a return for 2021.
Online Symposium “Radiofrequenztherapie” der VAHL in Kooperation u.a. mit der Vetmeduni Vienna, LMU München und INDIBA® am 08. September 2021
Covid Support March offer:
Equine online course by the very dedicated Dr. Sue Dyson:
“Recognizing the 24 behaviors indicating pain in the ridden horse”:
Your benefit: 30% discount.
SAFE the DATE for 25 hours of live, continous webinars
starting on April 29th 2021 at 8:00 GMT (07:00 BST).
Grab a Lunch and meet · 3 Steps to Success in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
– multimodal pain approach and much more –
Welcome to an short intro of VAHL and our academic educations. Presenting Beate Egner, Steve Adair, David Levine, and Darryl Millis.
ECVSMR SCIENTIFIC MEETING 2021 – The ECVSMR scientific meeting will take place on 27 February 2021. Due to the pandemic, we will meet online and experience an exciting programme together. Scientific Meeting 2021 now free of charge!
Gemeinsam zum Ziel! Trotz Covid konnten die CCRP Lehrgänge inklusive der praktischen Tage weltweit stattfinden und ein neuen VMPT Lehrgang wurde im August 2020 in München gestartet.
Therapeutic laser – why a Multiwave Locked System (MLS®) makes the difference. VAHL E-ACADEMY online symposia with PD Dr. Barbara Bockstahler, Dr. Barbara Esteve Ratsch and Dr. Beate Egner – in German
Applications of botulinum toxin in veterinary rehabilitation. Indications and practical applications of the toxin in small animals. How to do it as well as techniques and dosages for small animals.
In 2000, exactly at the turn of the millennium, the Schloss-Seminare was founded by Dr. Beate Egner, and in 2004 the VetVerlag was added, which has since produced several veterinary bestsellers.
The Veterinary Academy of Higher Learning presents the VAHL Award for the most promising research project of a resident of the ECVSMR (European College of Veterinary Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation)
Darryl L. Millis is Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Chief of Surgery at the University of Tennessee. He is CCRP Core Instructor and explains the background of the training from his point of view.