Welcome to the Canine Fitness Centre Newsletter page.
Originally started as Newsletters for the Calgary & Area vets, we have decided to post our newsletters for our clients and other dog enthusiasts to view and enjoy.
2012 - 1 - Spring
Background information into canine rehabilitation and how physios with specialized training can augment traditional veterinary care.
2012 - 2 - Summer
This issue has information on ’Dentals’ & subsequent issues in the jaw, and non-surgical management of cruciate tears.
2012 - 3 - Fall
This issue discusses spondylosis and how rehab is not just about exercise!
2013 - 1 - Winter
This issue looks at some research into neuro-rehabilitation, the rehabilitation pyramid (i.e. rehab is a staged and progressive process), and geriatric rehabilitation.
2013 - 2 - Spring
This newsletter highlights some very interesting research in regards to neurologic dogs with spinal disc issues.
2013 - 3 - Fall
This juicy newsletter features research articles that pertain to cruciate repair techniques, relevance to osteoarthritis, meniscal tears, and hamstring activation.
2014 - 1 - Fall
The one and only newsletter for 2014... (we’ve been busy!!) This edition features information on geriatric exercise for humans and dogs, as well as some information if/when one is considering euthanasia for their dog.
2015 - 1 - Spring
Learn about patellar luxations, electrical stimulation, the often overlooked cause for lick granulomas & hotspots, and the troubles with excessive front end impact!!
2016 -1 - Winter
Winter slips & slides, Shoulder issues, & Shockwave
2016 -2 - Summer
The iliopsoas issue! Does your dog have a rear leg lameness? This muscle (aka the hip flexor muscle) may be the issue. Read on to understand more!
2016 -3 - Fall
Check out this newsletter to learn more about conservative management for disc herniations in dogs and management of senior dogs.
This issue is on vestibular dysfunction... a home technique, a case study & some clinic updates!
In this issue, learn about geriatric care, doggy dementia, CBD oil, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, and canine obesity. Lots to read! Check it out!