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August 2015 Optimism in the Practice
Discover the importance of a positive outlook, even in the most difficult situations in practice, and how to communicate more effectively as a team. Plus, what are the 5 most common orthopedic conditions? Find out!
Offering puppy and kitten socialization courses is an excellent way to keep young animals from developing behavioral problems. Use these tips to incorporate this service into your practice.
Without proper communication, clients may decline treatment or fail to comply. Use these tips to help them fully understand the importance of home care and follow-up examinations.
Do you see the glass as half full or half empty? Use these tips to bring more positivity into your life—and your work.
Orthopedic examinations can be challenging. Use these tips to assess orthopedic patients and interpret the findings.
One of the biggest hurdles in managing orthopedic disease is staying up to date on all the information available. Use these tips to keep the team current.
What is each team member’s responsibility when rehabilitating an orthopedic patient? Use this checklist to clarify your role.
Which conditions typically require surgery, and which require medical management? Review this list of important therapies for orthopedic patients.
There are many physical rehabilitation exercises that help restore function and prevent reinjury. Which therapy should you use and when?
Behavior services are a critical preventive care area, not only for optimal patient health but also for the practice’s bottom line. Learn how to add this service to your preventive care protocol.
Minor complaints in the practice can become major issues if not addressed. See how timely communication can help the team stay supportive and satisfied.
Corporate and private practice models have been integral in the growth of the veterinary profession. What are the major differences, and which model is right for you?
From secret Facebook groups to team chat apps, discover how these social tools can make practice life so much easier.
There’s a lot of chatter about traits of effective veterinary teams—how can our team turn those often vague concepts into practical behaviors?
In what situations would a coaptation splint be most useful? Explore this step-by-step guide for splint application to make sure you're prepared.
The first step in adjusting bad behavioral patterns is to understand what motivates them.
Every practice likely has some difficult clients to whom other veterinarians have refused service. Find out how to satisfy clients who are easily dissatisfied.
Educate clients on how to prevent and treat kennel cough and other respiratory infections with this month's Social Media Calendar.