A NEW SOLUTION TO AN OLD PROBLEM.
Is your dog suffering from mobility issues? Mobility and pain can often be managed through physiotherapy. Quality of life as a result can be regained.
Want to know more about the different types of mobility issues, the different rehabilitation strategies and how best to managed them at home?
We are joined by Dr Priya Streram at this inaugural event of our talk/workshop series to discuss the above over 2 separate sessions.
Dr Priya Streram is the founder, Rehabilitation Veterinarian, of the ARK Vet Rehab. More about Dr Priya below.
Session One at 2pm, 29 February 2020
Hip dysplasia, cruciate ligament disease and patella luxation explained. What are some rehabilitation strategies to manage these conditions?
Session Two at 330pm, 29 February 2020
Is your animal experiencing musculoskeletal pain? What are some home based remedies for your pooches to make them comfortable?
Book for two persons or two sessions and receive a 10% off the second. Enter code CANINEREHAB at checkout.
Kindly note the venue will not be able to accommodate dogs in its premises, with the exception of a vet demo dog.
Date: 29 Feb 2020, Saturday
Session One: 2 to 3pm
Session Two: 3.30pm to 4.30pm
Please kindly be on time so you won't miss the best part!
$15. Each ticket is for one person and is redeemable for purchase at our store.
Venue: Joo Chiat area
Detail address and directions will be provided closer to date. Kindly note, most accessible public transport will be via bus. Nearest MRT station is Eunos (green line). Street parking is available and limited car parking is available in the building car park.
More about Dr Priya Streram
Dr. Priya Streram is founder-veterinarian of the social enterprise, ARK Vet Rehab. She graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2010 and underwent further training as a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner and Veterinary Acupuncturist.
After working in Melbourne, Australia for 7 years, Dr. Priya took a leap of faith and moved to Phuket, Thailand to work as a Rehab Vet at the Soi Dog Foundation. She established a fully functional rehabilitation service for the large local shelter. Six months after her departure from the shelter, she returned for a visit only to witness the fruits of her labour. The rehabilitation team was on fire and was able to continue the work that was started by her.
This was the fuel to a bigger and grander vision for her work as a Rehabilitation Veterinarian. She now has a vision to help 1 million dogs in Asia gain freedom through mobility. To do this she will work with local shelters and veterinarians in the region to educate and train the appropriate personnel’s. With the support of Investors in her vision, she aims to demolish the barrier to the establishment of this much needed service which is start-up cost.