Canine Rehab On Demand offers home exercise programs to help veterinarians be able to offer canine rehabilitation services within their practice, saving them time and money while giving them additional tools to have happier clients and healthier patients.
We offer a variety of home exercise programs for the most common orthopedic disease issues in veterinary medicine. Our programs discuss pre-, post- and non-surgical conditions to help maintain strength and function for our patients.
Canine Rehab On Demand programs are easy and simple to follow, providing step-by-step guidance on how to help your clients help their pets while keeping them under your care in your practice.
HERE'S WHAT YOUR CLIENTS GET WITH CANINE REHAB ON DEMAND:
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Comprehensive Informational Videos
PLUS ANCILLARY LEARNING MATERIALS
- We give your clients unlimited access to view the comprehensive and extensive informational training.
- Within the video training, we include explanations of the origins of the disease so you don't have to, helping you save time!
- We provide information to pet-parents to help them make difficult decisions in how to treat a condition, including non-surgical (conservative treatment) and surgical treatment.
- Information in our videos will guide your client to ask only the pertinent questions of their veterinarian, saving you lots of time in consultation.
- Included in this program are Downloadable MP3 Audio Files
- We provide a Time-Stamped Index to assist in locating information within the videos
- No time to watch the videos? That's ok, we provide your client with the Key Point Summary notes.
Disclaimer given to your clients throughout the program:
*This program is by no means, a substitute for veterinary care. In fact, we highly encourage you to seek the advice of your veterinarian first, because all patients' issues and conditions are different and individual.
12-Week Rehab Program
STEP-BY-STEP WEEKLY EXERCISES FOR YOUR CLIENTS TO DO WITH THEIR PET AT HOME
- Simple, easy to follow, 12-week home physical rehabilitation program for your clients to do with their pet to help them regain function, mobility and strength
- Included are comprehensive instructional and informational videos, photos, and descriptions of each exercise to follow along
- This is the exact same system we teach our veterinary and canine rehabilitation experts in our Canine Rehab Teaching Academy to help them assist their clients and their patients to a quicker recovery
- Exercises are designed to maintain strength and range of motion after injury or surgery
- Clients are encouraged to always check with their Veterinarian prior to starting any program.
Keep your patients as healthy and as pain-free as possible with canine rehabilitation!
Downloadable Exercise Progress Charts
- Clients are given comprehensive Daily Progress Charts to download and print to keep track of their pet's daily rehab exercises.
- Clients can keep notes as they go along to inform you, the veterinarian or rehab practitioner of any issues or triumphs that come up on a particular day with a specific exercise
- We encourage clients to work together with their veterinarian or rehab practitioner to help their pet recover more quickly!
- We also encourage getting their entire family involved and making it a bonding moment with their pet.
Clients can keep track of daily progress with ease!
12-Week Nutraceutical and Pharmaceutical Plan
- 12-Week Nutraceutical and Pharmaceutical regimen for clients to follow at the discretion of their Veterinarian
- Weekly Nutraceutical checklist to follow so they don't miss a dose!
- We state that any addition of a nutraceutical should be cleared with their veterinarian prior to starting.
- Pharmaceuticals should only be prescribed by their veterinarian
We encourage working together with their Veterinarian to come up with the perfect regimen for their pet!
Treatment Rehab Modality Guide
- We direct your clients to ask their Veterinarian or Rehab Practitioner about additional modalities recommended in our REHAB MODALITY GUIDE which may help to shorten the time of their pet's progress and bring additional revenue streams to your practice.
- Within this guide is a sample 4-week treatment program with suggested modalities to be performed by the Veterinarian or the Rehab Practitioner in their practice or office.
- Examples include laser therapy, underwater treadmill, manual therapies, and so much more! This is a great opportunity for your practice to bring in additional revenue and to service your clients to a higher standard.
We repeatedly encourage clients to collaborate with their local rehab professionals to treat their pets.
Recommended Equipment Guide
AND LINK TO STORE
- Full guide to recommended equipment for your patients for their condition
- Direct links to what equipment and where to purchase the recommended products to help in the rehabilitation of your patients throughout the program
- Each product recommended has been 'vetted' (no pun intended!) and approved by Dr. John
Get the right equipment for your patients and encourage your clients to start using it today!
Blogs, Resources and Articles
- We gather as much information we can and create condition-specific blogs so your clients can learn more about their pet's condition
- Dr. John loves digging through piles of research papers about all the various orthopedic conditions and disseminating them down into bite-size pieces
- We collate as much information as we can to provide your client with the latest research on a topic
Learn about the latest research here!
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Clients Get a 12-Week Home Exercise Program plus Bonus Additional Resources and Blogs
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About Dr. John Waterhouse
Dr. John Waterhouse graduated in 2004 from the University of Sydney Veterinary School in Australia and went into general small animal practice. In 2006, John took a sabbatical from the veterinary profession to manage his family’s property development and ranching operations.
In 2010, John moved to the USA to undertake a fellowship in pain management and rehabilitative medicine under the direction of Dr. James Gaynor with Peak Performance Veterinary Group in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
John is a Certified Canine Rehab Practitioner (CCRP) through the University of Tennessee.
John was brought on as a consultant from early 2013 to January 2014 to help build and open the new Canine Rehabilitation & Arthritis Center in Colorado Springs, owned and operated by Dr. Mike Bauer of the Colorado Canine Orthopedic Group.
In 2014 John became director of Veterinary Teaching Academy. He currently speaks around the world at various conferences on the topics of Canine Arthritis and Pain Management in relation to canine sports medicine.