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Pioneering Veterinary Education With Chi University

Advancing Canine Rehabilitation Together

Hudson Aquatic Systems is proud to partner with Chi University, a leader in veterinary education, to enhance the field of canine rehabilitation. This collaboration represents our shared dedication to advancing veterinary care through innovative education and hands-on training.

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Empowering Future Veterinary Professionals

Our partnership with Chi University centers around enriching the Certified Canine Rehabilitation Veterinarian Program (CCRV). This program is pivotal in training licensed veterinarians and veterinary students with the skills and knowledge to implement comprehensive rehabilitation plans for canine patients. Through this collaboration, we provide these future veterinary professionals with access to state-of-the-art aquatic therapy equipment and expertise.

A Focus on Hands-On Learning

A key component of our partnership is the emphasis on practical, hands-on learning. By integrating Hudson Aquatic Systems’ advanced underwater treadmill systems into the CCRV program, we offer students a unique opportunity to not only learn the theoretical aspects of canine rehabilitation but also gain valuable experience in applying these techniques in real-world scenarios.

Collaborative Educational Events

Our collaboration was notably highlighted during a key educational event, part of the CCRV program, which brought together a full class of veterinary professionals for an immersive learning experience. Combining lectures with practical labs, the event showcased the effectiveness of aquatic therapy in veterinary rehabilitation and provided a platform for sharing knowledge and expertise.

A Shared Vision for Excellence

George Hunter, RSM of Hudson Aquatic Systems, reflects on the partnership: “We are thrilled to contribute to the CCRV program at Chi University. Our involvement in these educational initiatives aligns perfectly with our commitment to excellence in aquatic therapy. We believe that by working together, we can significantly enhance the quality of rehabilitation care provided to animals.”

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