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Title: Fisioterapia em cão antes e após artrodese bilateral em parte distal de membros pélvicos
Other Titles: Physiotherapy in a dog before and after bilateral distal pelvic limb arthrodesis: a case report
Keywords: Coluna vertebral
Medula espinhal
Membros pélvicos
Fisioterapia veterinária
Spinal cord
Pelvic limbs
Veterinary physiotherapy
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Conselho Regional de Medicina Veterinaria do Estado de Sao Paulo
Citation: HENRIQUE, B. F. et al. Fisioterapia em cão antes e após artrodese bilateral em parte distal de membros pélvicos. Revista de Educação Continuada em Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia do CRMV-SP, São Paulo, v. 16, n. 2, 2018.
Abstract: Traumatic injuries to the spine and spinal cord occur frequently in veterinary medicine, and motor vehicle trampling is one of the most prevalent causes among dogs. In cases of locomotory disorders, veterinary physiotherapy can be used in conjunction with clinical and surgical treatments. Its main objective is restoring, maintaining and promoting the improvement of the animal’s physical function and aptitude, welfare, and quality of life, facilitating its fast and even complete recovery. This article is a case report of the physiotherapeutic treatment applied to a dog that presented several complications in pelvic limbs due to spine and spinal cord trauma. It also emphasizes the benefits on rehabilitation associated with clinical and surgical treatments.
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