Dr. Johnson on Jumping Radio
Dr. Jenny Johnson is now the Veterinary Consultant on a new weekly web-based radio program on JumpingRadio.com.
Each week, Dr. Johnson will be briefly covering a different veterinary topic that will apply and should be interesting to those involved in show jumping! Each 10 minute segment is part of a 40 to 50 minute show featuring a conversation with an active member of the show jumping world. Recent contributors have included George Morris, Richard Spooner and Marcus Ehning. The show is available in 37 different countries.
Tune in today!
Dr. Johnson is currently presenting an ongoing series on the relationship between conformation and lameness.
Click on a title below to go directly to that episode.
Episode 1 - Welcome and the USHJA - 2/24/2010
Episode 2 - George Morris on the WEG Selection Trials - 3/13/2010
Episode 3 - The British Equestrian Federation - 3/20/2010
Episode 4 - Richard Spooner and Vet Tip of the Week - 3/27/2010
Episode 5 - A Mystery Guest Joins Us - 4/3/2010
Episode 6 - Margie Engle & Louise Serio - 4/12/2010
Episode 7 - World Cup Preview - 4/16/2010
Episode 8 - World Cup Final Winner Marcus Ehning - 4/24/2010
Episode 9 - Conrad Homfeld - 5/1/2010
Episode 10 - British Chef d’Equipe, Rob Hoekstra - 5/8/2010
Episode 11 - Nicole Shahinian-Simpson - 5/14/2010
Dr. Johnson featured in prestigious veterinary publication
Dr. Jenny Johnson and two colleagues were published in the Equine Veterinary Journal earlier this year. For the full article for "Shockwave therapy for treatment of a burn injury in a horse" click here.
"Equine Veterinary Education" is published monthly and is provided to all members of the American Association of Equine Practitioners. It is intended to provide a resource for veterinarians in practice who see cases and want to share treatment and diagnosis with other veterinarians and those having an in involvement in the equine veterinary world. Through the peer reviewed case reports and clinical commentaries provided in the journal, Equine Veterinary Education provides veterinarians with the most up-to date and clinically relevant continuing education possible. In order for a veterinarian to have a Case Report published in Equine Veterinary Education, stringent scientific and clinical standards must be met, insuring that only the reports of the highest quality are accepted by the journal.
Small Animal Chiropractic Services Now Offered at Two Area Clinics
Dr. Johnson is now available twice a month at the following veterinary clinics:
-On alternate Friday afternoons in Mar Vista, CA at the Mar Vista Animal Medical Center
-On alternate Monday afternoons in La Crescenta, CA at the Crescenta Canada Pet Hospital
She is still available to provide chiropractic care in your home. Contact her for details.
MAY 22, 2010:
Support GreySave Greyhound Rescue
Dr. Jenny Johnson will have a booth at the annual GreySave picnic on May 22nd at the Veterans' Memorial Park in Sierra Madre. The event will feature fun games for dog and human, health clinics, adoptable dogs with their foster families, auctions and raffles, delicious food, and tons of vendors and merchandise booths, including Dr. Johnson's.
Register by May 21 - visit the event's official website for more information.
Dr Johnson attends Veterinary Regenerative Medicine Conference
The First North American Veterinary Regenerative Medicine Conference consisted of 2 full days of scientific presentations, live demonstrations and discussion sessions on all aspects of stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine in horses and other animals. The conference brought together practitioners and researchers on the cutting edge of this emerging technology.
To read more about the conference, you can visit the UC Davis Veterinary Medicine website and their news release.