Stay informed about the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Q: How can I locate a veterinary sports medicine and
rehabilitation specialist for my dog or horse?
Q: Is this College open to anyone other than veterinarians?
Q: Can veterinary technicians become involved with the College?
Q: Can veterinarians from outside the U.S. apply
for residencies and the examination?
Q: I believe that I have
the credentials necessary to submit for consideration for taking the board-certification
examination without pursuing additional training. Before I apply, can you
tell me if my credentials are sufficient?
Q: I noticed in the criteria
for the Initial Applicant Path for board certification that being the primary
author on at least two peer-reviewed, hypothesis-driven publications would
earn 50 points of the possible 230 points available. If I am primary author
on one publication, do I get any points for that? Are the available points
in any section "all
or nothing," or could I earn some points for having met some of the criteria?
For example, could I earn 25 points for one publication instead of 50 points
for two publications?
Q: I have been working in
a sports medicine and rehabilitation practice for over 5 years, and I do
some lecturing. Can I qualify to sit the examination?
Q: Where can I apply for a residency?
To find a list of available Diplomates, please go to our Find a Diplomate page.
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