By Cooper Williams, VMD, DACVSMR
Equine athletes, like human athletes, are collections of repetitive trauma. It is the practitioner’s job to be a detective and gather all evidence of the patient’s issues. A thorough baseline clinical examination allows veterinarians to judge the evolution of patients over time, and the conditions affecting that patient over time. This clinical examination is based around detailed anatomy and functional anatomy. Localization of primary areas of interest is the goal. The clinical examination, sometimes in combination with diagnostic analgesia, guides toward the next step, imaging. Imaging leads to a diagnosis and ideally, the clinical findings link the two together. Diagnosis leads to treatment, and depending on the injury, rehabilitation.
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“This program has been approved for 1 hour of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval; program #16-38714.“ Medical Program, Non-interactive/Anytime.
In many jurisdictions, programs sponsored by the AAEP are considered valid CE regardless of RACE approval. Each state board has its own requirements regarding the number of online (also known as: distance, anywhere, non-interactive) credits that may be applied toward licensure. There may also be restrictions on the number of non-medical (i.e. business or wellness) credits that apply toward licensure. Enrollees in online CE should check with their state veterinary board for complete information.
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