Thank you for joining us for a great day of rehabilitation focused education!
Please use this link to attend the annual AARV meeting. Grant presentations, Student Award Winner Announcement as well as the Nutrition for Working Dogs presentation will be available with this link only. Attendees may log on and off throughout the day. RACE approved CE presentations will have their own separate links for RACE tracking purposes.
9:15 am EST - Dr. Carmella Britt, “Effects of a novel muscle supplement, Fortetropin®, on serum myostatin in healthy dogs"
10:50 am EST - Student Award Winner Announcement and Case presentation
2:00 pm EST - Dr. Leslie Eide, "Effects of strength conditioning exercises on canine Flyball performance"
2:30 pm EST - Cory Nordin, Industry Manager (Working Dogs) for Royal Canin: “Costs of the Job – How does a dogs job impact their nutritional needs?”
3:30 pm EST - Dr. Clair Park, "Use of the Spatiotemporal and Kinetic Variables for Differentiation of Spinal Ataxia and Bilateral Pelvic Limb Orthopedic Disease in Dogs”
The AARV Mission Statement
To advance the art and science of veterinary rehabilitation through education, advocacy and a commitment to research.
Objectives of the AARV
• Spread awareness of the practice and benefits of rehabilitation to primary care veterinarians, veterinary specialists, veterinary students and the public
• Advocate for the inclusion of rehabilitation as part of comprehensive veterinary care
• Promote model standards for best veterinary rehabilitation practices
• Provide high-quality continuing education in veterinary rehabilitation
• Advocate for legislation consistent with the AARV's goals and best practice guidelines
• Strive to improve the practice of veterinary rehabilitation by promoting and supporting clinical research
• Create partnerships with other organizations, companies and educational institutions to advance the field