December 2021 – February 2022

Welcome

The American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation is pleased to present our annual continuing education program virtually! While we all miss the collegiality of an in-person meeting, ACVSMR remains dedicated to providing high-quality educational programs on important topics in sports medicine and rehabilitation as well as fostering research in the specialty.

Our winter and spring modules will cover a variety of topics both species-specific as well as those that have applicability across both equine and canine medicine. We will also have presentations of short research and evidence-based medicine topics to promote high-quality research and presentation of research results in the field of sports medicine and rehabilitation. We look forward to having you join us for the continuation of our virtual continuing education program.

Each monthly module has a separate registration. Click the links below to learn about each month’s program and register.

*These programs have been submitted for continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval. As of 11/17/2021, only December’s Module has been approved.*

Winter and Spring Modules

December 11th 2021 Program

Keynote Lecture: Regenerative Medicine for Ligament Injuries

  • Martha Murray, MD, Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Harvard Medical School

2021 Winning ACVSMR Abstracts

January 25th 2022 Program

Canine Track

  • From the Laboratory to Clinical Practice: Biomechanics of the Cranial Cruciate Deficient Stifle
  • Post-Op CCL Rehab Based on Principles of Healing
  • Restoring Function in the Cranial Cruciate Injury Dog: An Evidence-Based Review of Surgical Options
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Equine Track

  • Unique Aspects of Muscle Conditioning and Repair in Horses
  • Muscle Atrophy: Why Did It Go and When Will It Come Back?
  • Muscle Disorders Affecting Performance in Warmblood Horses

February 22nd 2022 Program

Canine Track

  • Return to Sport After Stifle Surgery
  • Orthotic Devices For Cranial Cruciate Disease: Is There Evidence for Efficacy?
  • Conservative Management of Cranial Cruciate Disease: Is There Evidence for Efficacy?
     

Equine Track

  • The Relationship Between Postural Control and Paraspinal Muscle Adaptation In Horses Undergoing Rehabilitatio
  • Clinical Use of Pressure Allometry In Equine Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
  • Equine Aquatic Therapy: Uncharted Waters

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