Aimed at you if you would like to work in the field of canine hydrotherapy, this course will give you a broad overview of the benefits of hydrotherapy and an insight to the basic principles and management of a canine hydrotherapy practice. The course will take place over two days and will be based at a Hydrotherapy Centre.
Suitable for: See in course description
Suitable for: Those who have either successfully completed the Canine Studies course or those who feel that they already have a knowledge of subjects such as health. nutrition and responsible dog ownership.
This programme provides a foundation for further study on the canine behaviour and psychology certificate course.
To introduce the student to the behaviour and psychology of the domestic dog.
This workshop is based around the requirements of CSP Paper PA 39 Guidance on Good Practice in Hydrotherapy. Suitable for: Junior/Senior II physiotherapists who have very little understanding or post graduate experience in this medium
Have an understanding of the hydrostatic and hydrodynamic principles relative to exercise in water. Have a knowledge of health and safety issues pertaining to hydrotherapy. Have an understanding of pool chemistry and knowledge of monitoring procedures. Have an appreciation of the importance of accurate handling and communication skills. Have the...
To reinforce and extend the knowledge and skills gained on a Foundation hydrotherapy course and to ensure that participants have an understanding on the hydrostatic and hydrodynamic principles relating to exercise regimes in water. To promote an understanding of the physiological changes which occur in the human body during immersion in water, and...