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UP AND COMING LIVE WEBINARS

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24 JULY 2019  :  20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Functional Anatomy of the Trunk

with Kevin Haussler: DVM, DC, PhD, Dip. ACVSMR

This presentation will review the functional anatomy of the equine trunk as it relates to sports medicine and rehabilitation.

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These recordings are available to you for two weeks after airing.

7 AUGUST 2019  :  12H00 – 13H00 (GMT +2)

Neural Mobilizations

with Lesley Goff : PhD, MSc (AnimPhysio), MAPpSc (ExSpSc), GDip (Manip), BAppSc(Physio)

This webinar covers the concepts of neural tissue dynamics and how we can incorporate this concept into assessment and treatment of equine musculoskeletal conditions.

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21 AUGUST 2019  :  12H00 – 13H00 (GMT +2)

Biomechanics of the Equine Axial Skeleton

with Melissa King: DVM, PHD, DACVSMR

Discussing movement patterns of the equine back during ridden and unridden exercise.

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4 SEPTEMBER 2019  :  08H00 – 09H00 (GMT +2)

Girth Syndrome

with Lesley Goff : PhD, MSc (AnimPhysio), MAPpSc (ExSpSc), GDip (Manip), BAppSc(Physio)

This presentation explores the potential causes of girth syndrome and how as physiotherapists we assess and also address the condition.

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25 SEPTEMBER 2019  :  20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Biomechanical Interplay of Horse and Rider

with Sharon Classen : PT, ATC, CERP

This presentation will discuss the symbiotic relationship of horse and rider and include the effects of biomechanical faults of each athlete on the other.

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16 OCTOBER 2019  :  20H00 – 21H00 (GMT+2)

The use of Magnetic Field in Equine Sports Medicine

with Solange Mikail : DVM, Ms, DACVSMR – Owner of Espaço Equus – Equine Rehab Center 

There are many products related to magnetic fields in the market today. This webinar will cover the main differences between them, the research behind their use and some examples of how it can help the horse.

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30 OCTOBER 2019  :  08H00 – 09H00 (GMT +2)

Regenerative Medicine

with Tena Ursini : PhD, MSc (AnimPhysio), MAPpSc (ExSpSc), GDip (Manip), BAppSc(Physio)

This webinar will explain the different regenerative medicine options available for clinical use in horses.

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15 – 17 NOVEMBER 2019

4 December 2019  :  Time to be confirmed

Carpal Injuries in Race Horses

with Cate Steel : BVSc (Hons), FANZCVS (Equine Surgery), Diplomat American College Veterinary Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation

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18 December 2019  :  08H00 – 09H00 (GMT +2)

Introduction to Neonatal Physiotherapy

with Heli Hyytiänen : PT, MSc in Vet Physiotherapy

This lecture presents various aspects of equine neonatal physiotherapy, including orthopedic issues like flexure deformities, neurological patients like dummy foals, and respiratory physiotherapy indications.

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PREVIOUS RECORDINGS

As a MEMBER you will have access to ALL previously recorded webinars on your membership portal.
Some of which are these featured below:

Lameness Localization in Western Performance Horses

Sherry Johnson: DVM, MS, DACVSMR (Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation)

Lameness localization patterns of western performance horses over a 10 year study period will be discussed.

Equine Aquatic Therapy: Unchartered Waters

with Melissa King: DVM, PHD, DACVSMR

Objectives: to describe the different mechanisms of action of aquatic therapy and its potential use in the clinical management of equine musculoskeletal injuries.

Recorded on 19 June 2019

Rehabilitation of Soft Tissue Injuries

with Lesley Goff : PhD, MSc (AnimPhysio), MAPpSc (ExSpSc), GDip (Manip), BAppSc(Physio)

This webinar will look at some common soft tissue injuries occurring in horses, and explore their rehabilitation from a functional view point.

Recorded on 5th June 2019

Use of Motion Capture Tools for Gait Analysis

with Lauren Birkbeck : MRes, BSc (Hons), FHEA

Using motion detection tools can improve your gait analysis, allowing you to evaluate movement more objectively and with greater accuracy.

Recorded on 29 May 2019

Assessment and Treatment of the SIJ

with Lesley Goff PhD, MSc (AnimPhysio), MAPpSc (ExSpSc), GDip (Manip), BAppSc(Physio)

This webinar will explore the biomechanics of the sacroiliac joint and its relationship to pelvic and lumbar movement, as well as the assessment of this area based on biomechanics and function

Recorded on the 15th May 2019

The Two T’s: The TM joint and the Tail

with Marinette Teeling: BSc Physiotherapy, MSAnimST (Animal Physiotherapy), Cert CN

This webinar will look at the top and tail of the horse, focusing on the anatomy and biomechanics, the evaluation of these areas and of course how we can treat these areas.

Recorded on 30th April 2019

Rehabilitation for the Neurological Horse

with Tena Ursini: DVM, CERP, DACVSMR

This webinar will focus on the assessment and development of a rehabilitation program for the neurological horse. 

Recorded on: 10th April 2019

Swimming Exercise for Horses

with Cate Steel: BVSc (Hons), FANZCVS (Equine Surgery), Diplomat American College Veterinary Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation

A discussion of cardiovascular and respiratory responses, swimming gait and common practices.

Recorded on: 27th March 2019

Mastering Lameness Indicators

with Marinette Teeling: BSc Physiotherapy, MSAnimST (Animal Physiotherapy), Cert CN

An in depth look at the research and skills necessary to evaluate the origin and severity of a lameness, focusing on specific movement indicators to enhance gait analysis.

Recorded on: 6th March 2019