2019

2019 · 01. October 2019
The first scientific meeting of the ECVSMR in Ghent was a complete success.

2019 · 27. September 2019
In February we organize an intense arthroscopy course in a State of the Art centre used for Robot surgery in humans (https://www.orsi-online.com/en). Tutors are Bernadette Van Ryssen, Yves Samoy and Geert Verhoeven. https://orsami.be/en/content/small-animal-artrhoscopy-workshops

2019 · 02. September 2019
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität – LMU Munich, Germany Faculty Position available for Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (ECVSMR) or the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (ACVSMR) – Small Animals

2019 · 01. August 2019
Watch these great videos from the Gerald Leigh Memorial Lectures 2019 and Musculoskeletal Imaging of The Equine Athlete, generously sponsored by The Gerald Leigh Family Trust!

2019 · 23. July 2019
The exam guide 2019 is online!

2019 · 15. July 2019
The Veterinary Academy of Higher Learning (VAHL) proudly announces the official launch celebration of the new benchmark in rehabilitation and sports medicine at the Castle of Ghent (Sint-Veerleplein 11 · 9000 Ghent)

2019 · 12. June 2019
The Department of Medical Imaging of Companion Animals and Orthopedics of Small Animals, Ghent University, Belgium offers a 3-year ECVSMR standard residency position, starting on October 1, 2019.

2019 · 20. May 2019
Starting from now, the registrations for our conference are open!

2019 · 07. March 2019
The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Ghent University offers a position for a residency of the European College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (equine track) Start: 1 October, 2019; deadline for application: 15 May 2019 Fore more information download the PDF

2019 · 31. January 2019
We are launching a new study that investigates complications occurring after SI joint region injections (including diagnostic analgesia, medication or a combination of these). A wide range of complications have been described anecdotally but to date there are no detailed published data. The aim is to describe clinicians’ experiences with SI joint region injections and the types and relative frequency of complications encountered. Anyone who has ever injected an SI joint region is eligible to...