Basic Cruciate – One day
Advanced TTA – One day
These courses are ideal for any small animal vet interested in developing their knowledge and skills in the treatment of orthopedic conditions.
What is different about this course?
They offer small group learning with a strong practical component, delivered by vets with years of experience in dealing with these cases in first opinion practices.
What are the likely benefits to the business?
Cruciate disease is the single most common source of hindlimb lameness in dogs. These cases can be managed well by competent clinicians in good first opinion practices, and therefore represent a large income stream to be kept in-house.
Objectives of the course:
- Delegates will become competent in the diagnosis of cruciate disease.
- Give delegates the confidence to recommend the most appropriate treatment choice.
- Equip delegates with the practical skills to perform cruciate surgery in practice.
Briefly the course comprises:
- Review of cruciate disease
- Discussion of treatment options
- Postoperative care and long-term management
Day one: Wet-lab practical session for stifle arthrotomy and lateral fabello-tibial prosthesis
Day two: Wet-lab practical session for TTA surgery.