Practical Physiotherapy for Veterinary Nurses – Donna Carver
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Donna Carver BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, Dip AVN (surg), RVN, MCSP
Donna works as part of the Pain and Rehabilitation service at The University of Glasgow, School of Veterinary Medicine, providing physiotherapy and hydrotherapy to small animals. She started her veterinary nursing career in small animal general practice. She has previously worked at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, Edinburgh, as a surgical veterinary nurse, and returning later as an animal physiotherapist/veterinary nurse. Donna is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and has given numerous CPD seminars in physiotherapy and rehabilitation.
"The Practical Physiotherapy for Veterinary Nurses textbook is ideal for veterinary nurses working in small animal practice with an interest in physiotherapy for both medical and surgical patients." (The New Zealand Veterinary Nurse 2016)
"This book has several good points. Recommended rehabilitation is broken down into early phase (0 to 2 weeks), midphase (2 to 6 weeks), and late phase (6 to 12 weeks). It contains a nice review of respiratory therapy from a physical standpoint, a subject rarely tackled in other textbooks. Readers are reminded throughout the book to assess both subjective and objective outcome measures to evaluate the response and progression of therapy in individual patients. Communication and follow-up with the veterinary surgeon is also stressed." (Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 2016)
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