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3 JUNE 2020  :  20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

A Glimpse into the Evolving World of Equine Rehabilitation: Kinesiotape and Whole Body Vibration - Part 2

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

Equine Cupping

with Diana Landskron: Equine Therapist – Physiotherapy, Osteopathy, Chiropractic

In this lecture we will learn about the function of cupping therapy in horses and how it can help working through muscles and fascia, especially in very tensed patients with a lot of pain sensitivity.

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1 – 22 JULY   :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

The Equine Limbs:

Pathology and Rehab from a Team Perspective 

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

and Robyn Crighton: BVSc, MRCVS

  • 1 July: Front Limb Pathology – This webinar will expand on the clinical pathology and veterinary intervention of Carpal Osteoarthritis, Superficial digital flexor tendinopathy, and splints occurring in the equine forelimb.
  • 8 July: Front Limb Rehab – This webinar will delve into the rehabilitation of the above conditions of the equine forelimb.
  • 15 July: Hind Limb Pathology – This webinar will focus on providing a deeper understanding of the hind limb pathologies of hock Osteoarthritis, proximal suspensory desmitis and Upward fixation of the patella, as well as the veterinary interventions available.
  • 22 July: Hind Limb Rehab – This webinar will delve into the specific rehabilitation of the above conditions affecting the equine hindlimb.

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

Bitted vs Bitless Bridles

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

This webinar will explore the impact and differences of bitted and bitless bridles on non-invasive stress measures, kinematic changes, and current industry developments as they impact the movement and rehabilitation of our patients.

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19 AUGUST 2020  :  20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Premature Neonatal Physiotherapy with Intoxication: Sooky the Little Miracle

with Eliana Speziale: Equine Physical Therapist

In this webinar, we will focus on the case of a premature foal with subsequent intoxication and full-body paralysis. We will use her case to discuss the repercussions and risks in premature birth, the treatment of paralysis due to intoxication, as well as conditions such as medial patellar luxation and tendon contractures.

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

Chronic Peripheral Nerve Paralysis: Moonlight the Pony

with Eliana Speziale: Equine Physical Therapist

In this webinar we will look at the options available to us in the rehabilitation of chronic peripheral nerve injuries. I will share the case of Moonlight, a pony with a brachial plexus injury that was left untreated for a year. We will discuss the healing timelines of nerves, what is necessary in the evaluation of a chronic nerve injury, and the clinical reasoning and thought process of rehabilitating a chronic peripheral nerve, as well as the modalities we can use to assist in this rehabilitation process.

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23 SEPTEMBER 2020 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Thermography in Rehabilitation

with Solange Mikail: DVM, Ms, DACVSMR

We will discuss the role of equine thermology in identifying pain, inflammation and the efficacy of the modalities we use in rehabilitation, as well as its role in the competitive environment.

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7 OCTOBER 2020 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Equine Acupuncture

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

This presentation will review the basic mechanisms of action and how to apply acupuncture across a variety of clinical settings, with a focus on musculoskeletal pain. Clinical indications and combined effects with other therapies will be discussed as it relates to equine sports medicine and rehabilitation.

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

Jenny Creak

Equine Obesity; our role in the growing problem

with Jenny Creak: MRCVS BVSc AdvCertVPhys CertClinEd 

Equine obesity is an increasing concern around the world. This lecture will look at where we are going wrong, why it's important, and how to help owners assess their horses, identify management errors, and help to correct them. 

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

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Tricks and Tips for Objective Outcome Measures

with Anna Bergh: BSc (PhysTher), DVM, PhD, DECVSMR (Equine)

Simple and affordable ways of performing objective outcome measurements and their clinical application.

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16 DECEMBER 2020 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

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Anne Bondi

The Factors of Evaluating an Appropriate Weight Ration for Individual Horse-Rider Combinations

with Anne Bondi: PhDBHSI   

This presentation will discuss what should be taken into consideration in the decision-making process to help the practitioner guide the client towards the best outcome for the horse, where the overload of the horse may be a potential welfare concern.

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