Recorded Webinar Series: Further rehabilitation techniques for the equine practitioner

Key Information

CPD Hours: 11 hours

Course Length: 11 hours

Course Format: Recorded webinars with a copy of the webinar slides provided

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Course Information

Key Areas
  • Equine rehabilitation principles
  • Spinal dysfunction
  • Kissing spine
  • Neuromotor control
  • Therapeutic laser
  • Cryotherapy
  • Kinesiology taping
About this course

Do you want to further your knowledge of equine sports medicine and rehabilitation? Would you like to understand better some of the techniques used in equine rehabilitation?

This recorded webinar series aims to provide delegates with a better understanding of selected modalities and techniques available today in equine rehabilitation and how to best integrate them in a general equine practice. Delegates will be presented with an overview of neuromotor control in equine rehabilitation and rehabilitation of horses with spinal dysfunction with a particular emphasis on kissing spine. Kinesiology taping, cryotherapy and therapeutic laser will then be discussed in more detail.

This course is aimed at veterinarians with a particular interest in equine sports medicine and rehabilitation and who have a good basic knowledge of the subject.

Why do this course?
To increase your knowledge and understanding of what equine rehabilitation can offer so that you are able to provide an improved/ extended service to your equine patients recovering from injury

Tutors

Solange Mikail, DVM MsC DipACVSMR
Owner of Espaço Equus Rehab Centre
Brazil and Vet Physio Institute, Spain

Melanie Perrier, Dr.med.vet DipDACVS DipDECVS CERP MRCVS
Lecturer in Equine Surgery
The Royal Veterinary College

Nicole Rombach, APM MEEBW CCBW PG AM MSc PhD
Equine Sports Therapist, The Academy of Animal Sport Science, USA
CEO, Equicore Concepts LLC, USA, President, Equinenergy Ltd, UK

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