Duncan Lascelles and John Innes: A Conversation on Osteoarthritis in Pets

Duncan Lascelles and John Innes: A Conversation on Osteoarthritis in Pets

In this first of a two part series with CPD4Vets Drs. Duncan Lascelles and John Innes have an open conversation on osteoarthritis in Pets.

 

Summary

Due to current circumstances - pet owners are spending more time with their pets, increasing the likelihood that they will spot the subtle signs of osteoarthritis. 

RCVS guidelines continue to change to adhere government guidelines and the need to reduce in person interactions. With a second spike of Covis-19 predicted there is still a need to reduce in-clinic footfall and non-urgent checks are inhibited. 

As vets continue to serve as their clients’ trusted advisors when it comes to pet mobility, Duncan & John will explore how best to stage arthritis in tele-consultations. This session will consider appropriate treatment options that are in the best interests of both the pet and the veterinary practice.

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