Equilibrium and Stability of the Canine webinar
Secure your recording of our webinar 'Equilibrium and Stability of the Canine'.
Join Julia Robertson, founder of Galen Myotherapy, for a webinar discussing her 20+ years experience of working with dogs and how she feels establishing joint stability is a key component in the prevention of osteoarthritis, cruciate disease and idiopathic lameness. She looks at the difference in movement on stable and unstable joints at all life stages, from puppy through to mature dogs.
What do we mean by stability
What the term stability means specifically in relation to our dogs
Examining why specific joints and regions may suffer from instability
How to identify stability issues within a dog
The effect that any instability may have on a dog's overall movement patterns
How to develop and maintain a dog's movement chain
Functional Movement, what is it and how do we know if a dog can move functionally
Practical ways to create a stable dog through natural functional exercises
This webinar will give you a unique perspective on the biomechanical aspects of dynamic stability in dogs. It examines the many facets of a dog's anatomy and physiology, spanning their physical development from young to mature dogs as well as looking at dogs in a rehome situation.
Julia shares practical tips on how to help and support a dogs' stability and movement patterns through the use of natural functional exercises. This webinar is ideal for anyone seeking further understanding of their own dog's functional movement or for canine paraprofessionals who would like to explore this topic further.
Duration: 1 hour plus questions and answers from the live event
The webinar cost is non-refundable.
The customer will have access to the recording for 6 months.