Cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) injuries are all too common in dogs today. Find out what's behind the breakdown in these all-important knee joint ligaments. // Thank goodness our vet has the machine for Laser Therapy ---
Post-Surgical Massage and Edema Management for Veterinary Professionals. This workshop is intended for veterinarians, veterinary technicians, canine physical therapists, canine rehab technicians, and certified canine massage therapists.
As many of you know last autumn we received some devastating news about our dear dog Edward @edward.lear. What we thought was a sprain turned out to be elbow dysplasia two torn cruciate ligaments and arthritis. It seems he has been in discomfort for quite some time. Poor poor Edward. _ Edward is now under the care of the wonderful @fitzpatricks_referrals and we are so happy that hes in the very safest of hands. He has to have a series of operations and we found out just before Christmas…
The ACL is also called the Cranial Cruciate Ligament (CCL). A tear or rupture of the ACL/CCL is the number one orthopedic issue in dogs. Surgical repair of torn ACLs is a multi-billion dollar industry in veterinary practices in North America.