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LSU Internship in Small Animal Integrative Medicine and Rehabilitation, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

The School of Veterinary Medicine at Louisiana State University provides 1 year of post internship training in the discipline of Integrative Veterinary Medicine and Veterinary Sport Medicine and Rehabilitation in small animal. The department offers acupuncture, rehabilitation, TCVM, weight loss program, dietary supplement advice, and nutrition advice. The facility includes UWTM, land treadmill, class IIIb and IV lasers, shockwave, TUS, PEMF, TENS, NMES, stance analyzer, force platform gait analysis, electric lift hoist, clinic quad cart, and all standard exercise equipment. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy and spinal manipulative therapy will be offered on-site soon. Individuals interested in this position should contact program director Dr. Ronald Koh at for more details.
Post 4/3/17-7/3/17.




Residency in Canine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, Minneapolis Area, Minnesota

Twin Cities Animal Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Clinic invites applicants for a sports medicine residency, as we did not find a suitably qualified individual through the VIRMP. The program is directed towards individuals who have completed a 1-year rotating internship or 5+ years in general practice. The residency provides in-depth training in a busy practice where 50% caseload is sporting or working dogs; average daily caseload is 30-45. Training in diagnostic ultrasound, interventional procedures, and advanced use of orthoses and prosthesis is included as part of the residency. Support will be provided for clinical research. The 5000-sq feet facility has a canine sports arena as well as comprehensive rehabilitation equipment including modalities (shockwave, LASER, therapeutic ultrasound, electrical stimulation, PEMF) and therapeutic exercise equipment (hydrotherapy and land based). The clinic has diagnostic imaging and laboratory services. Regenerative therapies are also used. Adjunct therapies used at the facility include chiropractic, acupuncture and massage therapy. For more details including compensation and benefits, please email
Post 3/8/17-6/8/17.




Rehab DVM, Animal Rehab & Fitness Center, Commerce, Michigan

Animal Rehab & Fitness Center in Michigan, co-located with Animal Neurology & Animal ER Center, is looking for a Rehab Practitioner to join our team. This position is ideal for someone who wants the autonomy of their own practice within a referral hospital. We receive in house referrals from our neurologists, as well as outside referrals from the area surgeons and rDVM’s. The ideal candidate would also be certified in acupuncture or interested in pursuing this certification. We invite you to visit our website or our Facebook page - Animal Neurology, Rehab & ER Center. To apply, contact Angie Heighton at or (248) 960-7200.
Post 4/10/17-7/10/17.




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