Webinar: "Build up a training program for canine patients." February 29, 6-7 PM (Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna time), 2023.


Dr. Chiara Adorini is a DVM, CVA, CCRT, CCFT, GpcERT CPM WVA with great experience in canine rehabilitation and she will give us her view and tips on how to build up exercise programs for our canine patients.


Thursday February 29, 6-7 PM CET, 2024 Dr. Chiara Adorini will share years of experience in the field with us LIVE on ZOOM. 1 hour including Q & A.



Short biography of Dr. Chiara Adorini  

 Gets her degree in Veterinary Medicine in 2008, University of Milan.

She goes off abroad in the United States from 2008 to to 2012 where she gets her Acupuncture degree with the IVAS ( International Veterinary Acupuncture Society) andher Rehabilitation therapist license with the Canine Rehabilitation Institute. In 2012 she becomes licensed in the US through the ECFVG validation program (Education Committee for Foreign Veterinary Graduates ECFVG) following meanwhile internship and fellowship programs based in a few teaching hospitals in california. She owns a Universitty Master degree in Veterinay Forensic Pathology.


From 2013 up to date, she comes back to Italy to work in her native town Udine. From 2018 she is certified in veterinary chronic pain management and Westen Medical acupuncture. She is a Certified Canine Fitness Trainer and she is about to end her studies in animal osteopathy. She is the president of the Italian Veterinary Physical Therapy and Sport Medicine

Society (SIRIMSVET), she founded a modern acupuncture study group (AGOVEM( and she is a board member of the newly founded Italian Association of Sports Medicine Veterinarians (AMESVI). She collaborates with the University of Udine, school for Veterinary technicians

where she promotes clinical research studies with the use of gait analysis and physiologic parameters useful in active dogs.


She has a child, loves sports, have been a professional volleyball player, now playing tennis and soccer. She loves hoopers and canine sports.




Published scientific studies co-authored by Dr. Adorini  on related topics:

Colussia A, Stefanona B, Adorini C and Sandri M - Variations of salivary cortisol in dogs exposed to different cognitive and physical activities. Italian Journal of Animal SCience, 2018;17(4):1030-1037. 



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VEPRA members will be able to find the ZOOM link in the Member's Area.