Level 2: Module 1 - Anatomy

Course outline

A sound knowledge of anatomy is an essential requirement for anyone involved in the rehabilitation process. To carry out effective rehabilitation, you need an understanding of the main anatomical structures and the effects of injury or surgery. We will explore the differences between canine and feline anatomy, and there will be a large practical element with emphasis on developing your fine palpation skills. This module will also include your introduction to the course, including information about all Level 2 and Level 3 modules, course work, your online revision facilities and format of examinations.

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Specific areas to be covered include:

• Course introduction
• Bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, tendons:
o Structure
o The effects of use and disuse
o The conflicting requirements of stability and mobility
• Canine conformation and posture
• Comparative anatomy of the canine and feline patient
• Palpation of major body structures
o A logical regime for effective palpation

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