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"V" - Veterinary Trained and Qualified Staff (接受過獸醫學培訓的合資格員工)

Physiotherapy requires detailed knowledge of animal anatomy and disease.

Thursday 19th July 2018

Physiotherapy and rehabilitation are a new discipline in veterinary care, requiring additional certification by the vet to be able to assess, plan and instruct the nursing team in delivering that care plan. In Hong Kong, all physiotherapy care needs to be planned by a veterinary surgeon. Human physiotherapists who have trained in animals can also work on your pet, under the referral of a veterinary surgeon.

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