- Jul 18 - Jul 19
- Location: Thompson's Station, TN, USA
The Jaeckle Centre and SoundVet present an UltraSound Seminar focused on the stifle. Open to all veterinarians. Seminar qualifies for CE Credit. Detailed lecture and wet-lab will be available both days. Featured speakers- Dr. Natasha Werpy, DVM, DACVR and Dr. Myra Barrett, DVM, MS, DACVR For registration information, please contact Melanie at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jul 25
- Location: Lexington, Kentucky, USA
July 25, Hats Off Day at the Kentucky Horse Park
- Jul 28 - Aug 05
- Location: Petaluma, CA, USA
Petaluma, CA with Debranne Pattillo, MEEBW with Cyndi Saling, EEBWII. The Equinology® Approach was developed by Debranne Pattillo, MEEBW, founder of Equinology Inc. and co-founder of the International Equine Body Worker Association. She has used this approach successfully for her own client base for over 25 years, and has shared it with thousands of students, many of them already equine professionals, all over the world. This unique hands-on system addresses the whole body, implementing specific manual palpation methods to assess soft tissue and symmetry of muscle and structure, and utilizing detailed static and dynamic evaluation to inform the practitioner. Different bodywork techniques — including sports massage, soft tissue mobilization, stretching, range of motion and positioning exercises, as well as “focal” point work (stress and trigger points) — are combined to provide optimal support for horses working in every discipline. Reflecting Debranne's passion for academic precision with regard to equine musculoskeletal anatomy, the Equinology® Approach stands out because it is comprehensively anatomically referenced. The Equinology® Approach continues to evolve from Debranne’s extensive experience and ongoing learning from her colleagues and mentors — both human and equine. For more details please visit: http://www.equinology.com/info/course.asp?courseid=5 Equinology, INC (707) 884.9963 M-F 8am-1pm email@example.com www.equinology.com
- Aug 05 - Aug 07
- Location: Morehead, Kentucky, USA
The Kentucky Horse Council's Livestock Investigation Training is back this summer and will be held from August 5th-7th at Morehead State University. Registration is now open to all county and state officials, such as Animal Control Officers, Sheriffs, and Police Officers. Developed by the Kentucky Horse Council (KHC) in partnership with the Kentucky Cattlemen's Association (KCA) with input from experienced enforcement officers, veterinarians, and livestock producers, this three-day course is tailored to the needs of the Commonwealth. This summer's training is a Level I training, where attendees will learn how to handle horses and cattle, assess body condition score in both species, identify situations that need intervention, and apply Kentucky statutes to animal cases. Attendees also practice handling and evaluating live horses and cattle as well as examining Kentucky statutes and enforcement procedures. Peace Officers attending the training are eligible for Continuing Education Units through the Department of Criminal Justice Training. Cost to attend the three day training is $100 per officer. Out of state officials may attend at $250 per officer. Limited scholarships for tuition are available. For more information or to register for the class, visit www.kentuckyhorse.org or contact the Kentucky Horse Council at 859-367-0509.
- Aug 11 - Apr 14
- Location: Petaluma, CA, USA
Petaluma, CA. Dr. Kerry Ridgway, DVM presents this unique clinic which has been developed specifically for the advanced equine health care provider. This four day course focuses on the musculoskeletal system; a system often overlooked in the well being of the horse. Dr. Ridgway has had repeatable successful results using acupoints and advanced soft tissue mobilization techniques to investigate musculoskeletal issues on horses especially the performance horse. In this 4 day course, a portion of the course will focus on equine laterality, from the perspective of the treating veterinary clinician; the focus will be on the manifestations and pathology that the syndrome creates. Gait aberrations, muscle and myofascial patterns, tendonitis, desmitis, foot balance, saddle fit, degenerative joint disease, including facet joint pathology are all critical aspects of the "non-straightened" horse. The lectures will discuss therapies that best address the root causes of this condition. As always, Dr. Ridgway and his wife, Christine share insights and latest soft tissue techniques with the participants. For full course details visit: http://www.equinology.com/info/course.asp?courseid=79 Equinology, INC (707) 884.9963 M-F 8am-1pm firstname.lastname@example.org www.equinology.com
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