Canine hip dysplasia: rehabilitation

Cheryl Corral
Monday, July 2, 2018

Following on from part one, which discussed the aetiology, heritability, diagnosis and treatment options for the canine hip dysplasia patient, this article looks in depth at the role rehabilitation can play in management of the condition, both by the veterinary nurse in practice, and after referral by the rehabilitation therapist.

Canine hip dysplasia: rehabilitation
Canine hip dysplasia: rehabilitation

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