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Seminars and Lectures
Dr. Connie Schulte has presented regionally to veterinarians, veterinary technicians and dog owners.
If you are interesting in Connie presenting to your organization/club, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
10/08 - Conditioning Workshop, St. Louis, Missouri
8/08 - Structure in Action - Evaluating Structure in the Performance Dog, St. Louis, Missouri with Pat Hastings
6/07 - Small Animal Rehabilitation - Kansas Veterinary Medical Association, Wichita Chapter
2/07 - Physical Therapy - Modalities and Treatment - Second Annual Frostbite Seminar
3/06 - Small Animal Rehabilitation, Kansas State University School of Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Technicians Conference, Manhattan, Kansas
1/04 - Rehabilitation Techniques, 10th Annual Sports Medicine Symposium, College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, Auburn Alabama
8/03 - Physical Therapy and Veterinary Medicine - Central States Veterinary Conference, Kansas City, Missouri
8/02 - Animal Physical Therapy and Veterinary Medicine, Central States Veterinary Conference, Kansas City, Missouri
8/02 - Animal Physical Therapy Wet Lab - Central States Veterinary Conference, Kansas City, Missouri
Connie Schulte, D.P.T., C.C.R.P.
Dr. Schulte graduated in 1983 from the University of Kansas Medical Center with a degree in physical therapy. She obtained her clinical doctorate in Physical Therapy, Summa Cum Laude, at Creighton University in 2003. She has taken classes in canine physical therapy, including anatomy and biomechanics, and has a Certificate in Canine Rehabilitation from the University of Tennessee. She has trained and shown her own dogs in conformation, obedience, agility, and tracking.
The combination of her experience, education and skill offer your pet the opportunity to gain the most from their rehabilitation experience. Connie works in conjunction with Mission MedVet specialists.
She is joined by a team of trained veterinary technicians providing your
pet the highest quality of care.
Connie has also been published by the Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation. She co-authored the article "The role of therapeutic exercise in treating instability-related lumbar spine pain: A systematic review"