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Treatment of ligament and musculotendinous injuries in dogs

The rehabilitation of chronic ligament and musculotendinous injuries has moved away from concentric training and towards progressive eccentric loading, which is backed by substantial evidence in the human field

The first article in this two-part series discussed the general principles of musculotendinous injury in dogs and the common modalities and techniques used in making a diagnosis of such injuries. This second article will discuss some of the new treatment options used in treating these conditions.

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