Principles of Fracture Repair - Veterinarians

September 7 - 9, 2022

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Course Description

We get it … not all clients are willing or able to accept a referral for fracture repair, but …   

  • Are you tired of amputating limbs that you think you could learn to repair? 
  • Do you have difficulty approaching or reducing long bone fractures?    
  • Are you interested in learning simple techniques designed for the general practitioner to stabilize the most common fractures seen in dogs and cats?   

This hands-on CE training is the one for you!  We will use a combination of easy-to-understand didactic lectures and extensive, practical hands-on lab training with plastic bone models and cadavers to teach you reliable techniques for stabilizing simple and comminuted long bone fractures. Postoperative radiographs will be made to evaluate and discuss your repair technique with our helpful and supportive orthopedic experts.  New implant designs and practical tips from our teaching faculty will make your fracture management simpler and more affordable than ever!   Identification and management of postoperative complications will be discussed along with preventative strategies.  

You’ll return to your practice willing and able to save the limbs and the lives of your patients for whom referral to a specialist simply isn’t an option.  

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Dr. Don Hulse

Race Approved CE

20.0 Hours



Don Hulse

Dr. Don Hulse


Dr. Hulse graduated from Texas A&M in 1970 and completed his surgical training at Kansas State University in 1973.  Commencing in1970 and continuing until his appointment as a Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Texas A&M University in 1984,  Dr.Hulse served as a clinician in general practice and as a Staff Surgeon at Louisiana State University and Oklahoma State University.  He successfully fulfilled the requirements for admission into the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 1977. He is a recognized leader in veterinary orthopedics and is frequently an invited speaker at National and International Veterinary conferences. He has developed techniques commonly used for treatment of bone and joint disorders in dogs and is a co-author of Small Animal Arthroscopy. His clinical research interests focus on minimally invasive surgery for joint disorders and for fracture treatment.

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Course cancellation could occur if registrations fail to meet minimum numbers 30 days prior to the course. If a course is canceled for any reason, we are not responsible for any charges related to travel.
Refunds are available for cancellations made 60 days prior to the beginning of the course. Cancellations less than 35 days before a course are nonrefundable but may be partially transferrable to a future course.