Openings Still Available — May 14, 2015 — Littleton, CO
CE Course: “Practical Single-Port Laparoscopy for the General Practitioner”
When your peers who take a CE course answer:
- Will the procedures/skills learned in this lab improve your ability to practice? — 100% Yes
- Will the procedures/skills learned in this lab make your practice more professionally rewarding? — 100% Yes
- Considering the price [to register for the lab], did you get your money’s worth? — 100% Yes
…it might just be time to check it out for yourself! The laparoscopic modality offers:
- Smaller incisions
- Less Pain
- Increased Safety
- Superior Visualization
- Faster Recovery
- Higher Profits
And then when you learn that more than 70% of clients on average will choose laparoscopy if it is available and if they are given a choice — even if the cost is higher — it’s time to secure your space in “Practical Single-Port Laparoscopy for the General Practitioner.”
Co-sponsored by Biovision and presented by the Center for the Advancement of Rigid Endoscopy (C.A.R.E.), this full-day, hands-on wetlab is offered on May 14, 2015 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Littleton, Colorado.
At C.A.R.E., the focus is on keeping the student-to-instructor ratio purposely low. Drs. Cox and Kuschel feel strongly that by doing so, they give their students the greatest opportunities for hands-on experience and one-on-one instruction.
SEE FOR YOURSELF!
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Dr. Ray Cox, founder of the Center for the Advancement
of Rigid Endoscopy (C.A.R.E.), and Dr. Markee Kuschel
discuss the benefits and learning curve of laparoscopy
and how C.A.R.E.’s “hands-on” continuing education
(CE) differs from others.
Dr. Bill Moyle — who first learned laparoscopic-assisted
procedures at age 70 — and Dr. Lamar Burstein of
Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center (Lone Tree, CO)
discuss the benefits of laparoscopy, the learning curve of
this modality, and their experience being trained by
Dr. Ray Cox and Dr. Markee Kuschel at C.A.R.E.
Dr. Mark Motichka of Parker Center Animal Clinic
(Parker, CO) discusses how learning and incorporating
laparoscopic-assisted procedures helps his practice deliver
on its commitment to provide the best medicine
and care to their patients.
Click to register and explore what you’ll have the opportunity to learn from the vets who pioneered single-port laparoscopic techniques and have been using the modality for 20+ years.