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“Living in a remote area I find them extremely useful!” ~ Agnes Campan 

5 FEBRUARY 2020  :  20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Restrictions of the Shoulder

with Jenny Williams: BSc (Hons), AdvCerVPhys, CertClinEd, L3 CanineHydro, MIRVAP(VP)

This lecture will focus on the anatomy, the assessment of the area, the causes and secondary implications of restrictions, and how we can start to target and correct these restrictions through clinical reasoning and effective treatment techniques.

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19 FEBRUARY 2020  :  18H00 – 19h00 (GMT +2)

A Glimpse into the Evolving World of Equine Rehabilitation: Where are we now?

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

Wondering what scientific evidence is behind the magic of rehabilitation? This lecture will focus on recent scientific advancements for various rehabilitation modalities with review of clinical case application.

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4 MARCH 2020  :  20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Research Behind the use of Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) in Horses.

with Sheila Schils: PhD MS

This lecture will focus on the research demonstrating the effect of FES on muscle symmetry, function and endurance in the horse.

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17 MARCH 2020  :  20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Tension in the Hindquarter

with Jenny Williams: BSc (Hons), AdvCerVPhys, CertClinEd, L3 CanineHydro, MIRVAP(VP)

This lecture will focus on the anatomy, assessment of, and causes of tensions and restrictions occurring in the hindquarter, as well as developing an effective treatment strategy according to your clinical reasoning skills.

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22 APRIL 2020  :  12H00 – 13h00 (GMT +2)

Visualising Horse and Rider Motion Data

with Elizabeth Gandy: MSc, MBCS

In this lecture we will look at technology-based tools for horse and rider motion assessment and feedback, focusing on the research conducted in this area and the potential benefits and challenges that need to be considered during practical application in the equestrian industry.

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5 MAY 2020 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

The Whole Horse Approach to Equine Rehabilitation: Focus on Stifle Biomechanics

with Sheila Schils: PhD MS

In this lecture we will take a whole horse approach to equine rehabilitation, focusing on the stifle. Discussion will include the biomechanics of the stifle, potential causes of pathological movement, and treatments.

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