Integrative Medicine Webinar: My TOP Exercises and Why
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Presented by: Laurie McCauley, DVM
Do you know what are the things you need to think about before choosing an exercise, even before knowing what you need to strengthen? We walk you through this process. If I needed a few exercises that would strengthen the front legs, yet have less load on the joints than walking; strengthen the muscles of propulsion safely; strengthen the muscles that stabilized the front and rear limb joints; and exercises that significantly helped balance and proprioception; that would be helpful. But when we add an exercise that can significantly strengthen one limb with no excess load and no shear force, that makes this lecture a must see.
- Learn the top exercises I use in my practice
- Review how exercises benefit the body and the mind
- Learn or review exercises by muscle fiber length (isometric exercises and when to use them)
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Dr. McCauley graduated in 1992 from Colorado State School of Veterinary Medicine. After six years in general practice, she became a pioneer in the field of Veterinary Rehabilitation, designing the first underwater treadmill for dogs. Dr. McCauley started the first Veterinary Rehabilitation Clinic in 1998, TOPS Veterinary Rehabilitation, and was on faculty at Canine Rehabilitation Institute for 14 years. She is certified in Acupuncture and Chiropractic therapy and in 2014 became Board Certified in Canine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. McCauley is an international lecturer and contributing author in many textbooks and journals. She was awarded the 2011 Iams AARV Award of Excellence in the Field of Rehabilitation and the 2015 AHVMA Holistic Practitioner of the Year Award. In 2017 Dr. McCauley opened Red Tail Rehab mobile practice in North Carolina and in 2020 created Optimum Pet Vitality, an online learning platform. Dr. McCauley is a frequent locum at Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine, in charge of the Integrative Medicine Department.