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Description

The CTPT Program is designed for veterinarians, licensed/registered veterinary technicians, and physical therapists with interest in canine pain management and rehabilitation.

Dr. Rick Wall, DVM, CMTPT, (wall@myopainseminars.com) is the coordinator of the Canine Trigger Point Therapy Program.

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Currently there is one course in this program, Introduction to Canine Myofascial Trigger Points. Other courses may be scheduled in the future dependent upon interest.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

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The Canine Trigger Point course (CTPT) will introduce veterinarians and physical therapists to the examination and treatment of myofascial trigger points in dogs. The course will include both manual treatment techniques and dry needling techniques. Class size is limited to 20.

PREREQUISITES

None.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

The CTPT Program is designed for veterinarians, licensed/registered veterinary technicians, and physical therapists with interest in canine pain management and rehabilitation.

FACULTY

The CTPT-1 faculty are Dr. Jan Dommerholt and Dr. Rick Wall, assisted by Kari Koudelka, RVT, CCRP.