Myofascial Meridians in Dogs, a Working System - Dr Laura Lee 1.5 CPD Points

Overview

Fascia is the connective tissue that surrounds and supports all the structures of the body. It carries the blood vessels and nerves and stores most of the body’s water within its matrix. Long disregarded, it is another system of communication for the body. Myofascial meridians are a system of fascial lines forming chains of communication between muscles and other musculoskeletal structures. Knowing the connections can aid in treating injuries, prescribing movement therapy, and training for activities. This webinar presents a working system developed by the author in her own integrative practice in Nova Scotia. Presented for dogs, it is also used with horses and cats.

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8 Jul 2022 to 16 Aug 2022
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Integrative - Full Member $ 25.00
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Integrative - Student $ 10.00

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Veterinarians | Students | Nurses | Clinic Staff | Practice Owners/Managers

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Presenter(s)

Dr Laura Lee
Dr. Laura V. Lee was born in Ontario but has been in Nova Scotia since 1979, when she graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College. She has 2 children, 3 cats (Cuica, Robin and Tikadee), and an Arabian horse (Taz). Her passions include riding horses. Her previous horse Spidey, a Hanoverian x Thoroughbred gelding, sustained a spinal cord neck injury, and was treated to become sound enough for light riding. He was the reason that Dr. Lee became certified in veterinary acupuncture in 2000 (IVAS), and animal chiropractic in 2003 (AVCA), and is a member of numerous professional organizations. She has been a speaker at several American Veterinary Chiropractic Association annual conferences, and the International Conference on Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine in 2017. Dr. Lee’s current area of study is Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine and Food Therapy, and current area of research is myofascial and fascial applications to animal chiropractic. She uses a wide range of integrative medicine skills to provide holistic treatment for a wide range of problems, including sport injuries, neurological problems, skin issues, cancer, and age related diseases. Laura can also be found playing jazz percussion with various Halifax area groups or playing Brazilian samba drums with Samba Nova, indulging her passion for music.

Myofascial Meridians in Dogs, a Working System - Dr Laura Lee

Start: 16 August 2022, 8:00PM
End: 16 August 2022, 9:30PM
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