Clinical Reasoning - The who, what, where, when, why and how of the process & key points of taking a patient history
Practical Locomotion Recovery Techniques in the Neurological Patient
Recovering Locomotion and Stability in the Small Animal Patient
Small Animal Neuroanatomy for the Rehabilitation Therapist
Understand the hierarchy, structure and functions of the small animal neurological system as it relates to the role of a physical rehabilitation therapist
Rehabilitation theory and techniques for the non-ambulatory neurological patient
- Small Animal Neuroanatomy for the Rehabilitation Therapist
- Recovering Locomotion and Stability in the Small Animal Patient
- Practical Locomotion Recovery Techniques in the Neurological Patient
More About Canine Physio - Lisa Graham
Lisa has been working in animal rehabilitation for most of her life, she started in the field of behavioural rehabilitation, which led her to the physical rehabilitation side after realisIng many of her behavioural clients had underlying involvement of physical conditions and pain.
She currently runs a number of rehabilitation clinics across the Greater Manchester area working closely with veterinary surgeons and hydrotherapists to ensure the best possible recovery for her patients.
Lisa holds qualifications in Veterinary Science, Veterinary Physiotherapy, Canine Massage Therapy and Canine Behaviour as well as qualifications in teaching and assessing adult learners.
She is a registered Veterinary Physiotherapist with the International Association for Animal Therapists (IAAT) and the Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners (RAMP) and is an active committee member for the International Association for Animal Therapists (IAAT) and the Canine Hydrotherapy Association (CHA).
Lisa also teaches and instructs on The College of Animal Physiotherapy Diploma course and develops her own CPD and workshops aimed at the small animal rehabilitation community.