Looking for an Expert? Make a request from our Speakers Bureau!
The Academy of Physical Rehabilitation Veterinary Technicians maintains a speaker’s bureau for veterinary professionals. Our members are experienced with national conferences on a variety of topics. Sponsors or prospective conference track coordinators interested in a VTS (Physical Rehabilitation) APRVT member should review the topic list below or we can help individualize your needs. Sponsors wishing to provide sponsorship for a particular topic may place a request through the Continuing Education Chair.
On occasion, selected lab topics or day long short-courses may be available. Below are some of our favorite topics.
Feline Fitness and Weight loss
Credentialed Veterinary Technician Utilization in Physical Rehabilitation
Canine Fitness Programs
The Canine Athlete: Plyometrics
Using Physical Rehabilitation for Behavior Modification
Photobiomodulation (Therapeutic Laser) for Veterinary Technicians
Understanding Myofascial Triggerpoints and Compensatory Dysfunction
Physical Rehabilitation and Objective Measurement Documentation
Understanding Orthosis Device use and Fabrication
Pulsed Magnet Field Therapy
Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy
Therapeutic Massage for Veterinary Technicians
Neurological Rehabilitation for Veterinary Technicians - Getting Down Dogs out the Door
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