Case studies are required for all students.



The Certified Companion Animal Rehabilitation Therapist (CCAT) IV course is a two-part course consisting of 40 hours of observation and three required case studies. The guidelines for this course can be found in your online dashboard.

The Certified Companion Animal Rehabilitation Therapist (CCAT) I through III must be completed prior to beginning this course. Observation hours completed prior to registration or without site approval may not be used to fulfill course requirements. Case studies begun before the pre-requisite is met may not be used to fulfill course requirements.

Case Studies must be submitted for the following areas:

  • Orthopedic – one case
  • Neurological – one case
  • Additional case of the participant’s choosing – one case

Pre-Approved Externship Site List

Companion Animal Rehabilitation Graduates Listing by state/country (if any one of the below Canine Rehabilitation graduates are willing to have you observe that would be considered pre-approved as well) –
CCAT Graduates
CCRP Graduates

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Participant must:

  • Participant must be a Veterinarian, Veterinary Technician, Physical Therapist, Physical Therapist Assistant, Occupational Therapist or an actively enrolled student in on of these fields.
  • Participants must have completed CCAT I – III


Deadlines for cases:  due 1 month prior to each exam date

If you have any questions, Please contact Northeast Seminars at 1-800-272-2044 or 1-603-329-6117, or e-mail us at

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