So it blocks to the joint, what next? Further diagnostics and therapies

Key Information

CPD Hours: 1 hours

Course Length: One hour

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

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Course Information

Key Areas
  • Diagnosic imaging
  • Conventional intra‐articular medications
  • Regenerative medications
About this course

Lameness localised to a joint represents an excellent opportunity for targeted medications but what about imaging? Arthroscopy? Conventional or regenerative medications? 

This webinar will focus on what do when lameness has been localised to the joint. What are we looking for on radiographs and ultrasound? We’ll also look at the vast array of intraarticular medications which are available, conventional and regenerative.

Why do this course?
This webinar is particularly useful for those veterinarians seeing lame horses and want to offer their clients accurate and cost effective diagnostics and treatments. Delegates will learn how to proceed following a positive response to a joint block.

This webinar is part of the Fundamentals of equine practice series that is currently running throughout the year. 

A convenient and flexible way to earn some CPD hours without leaving home is to select webinars to view from our extensive library of recorded webinars. They are great value for busy practitioners seeking quality CPD at a time of their choice. Participants will receive a handout (slides and/or notes) to support their viewing session and a CPD certificate.
Participants gain access to the webinar for two weeks which allows them to view it at their leisure and convenience as well as review aspects as needed to enhance their learning.

Members of the BVA Young Vets Network receive a 50% discount on our recorded webinars (subject to availability – ten discounted places available per webinar per year).


Andy Fiske-Jackson, BVSc MVetMed DipECVS FHEA MRCVS
Associate Professor of Equine Surgery
The Royal Veterinary College