Thank to Purton Verterinary Group for hosting us yesterday. We delivered some training in staging osteoarthritis. This meant they are fully up to date in being able to deliver gold stand arthritis care.
Arthritis is something we are passionate about treating. It can last for a significant proportion of the patients life. It does not have to mean life is compromised. Good management means life is enhanced and pain is reduced. We always wish there were as many interventions in human treatment of arthritis as readily available.
So they now are a team all well versed in how to help you manage you pets arthritis. We return soon for part two of the lecture, teaching them some hands on techniques.
Merry Christmas everyone and seasons greetings to all our patients and clients.
We have had another wonderful year. We have treated an incredible number of patients. We have made many lives better and that makes us proud.
Over the year we have seen some welcomed changes to the profession. It is becomming regulated and we are pleased to say Donna Wills is on the RAMP register and so is on the new register for animal physiotherapists.
We enjoyed going to Discover Dogs with our Puppy Massage DVD and being welcomed onto BBC London Radio to feature the DVD.
We have also delivered several lectures this year and help to pass on knowledge to the next generation of physios and to vets and vet nurses.
We have continued to stay at the top of our game by attending continual professional development and learning updates. This was best achieved at Vet fest where Donna got her hug with Supervet Noel Fitzpatric, and Webcon, where some incredible globally acknowledged names in rehabilitation, all got together to use technology to its fullest and teach us via video live link on the internet. Technology really is helping us stay current, so there is no excuses not to!
We also got a new bed for our patients! We have to keep them comfy.
We are looking forward to our well needed rest over Christmas and we look forward to wonderful things ahead.
We wish you all a wonderful 2018.
Christmas tree for the dog walkers of Bracknell in Swinley Forest