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16 JUNE 2021 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Kevin Haussler Onlinepethealth Lecturer

Thoracolumbar Pathology

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

This material will present the current knowledge and research on the osseous pathology and other sources of back pain and dysfunction in horses.

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7 JULY 2021 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Kevin Haussler Onlinepethealth Lecturer

Thoracolumbar Rehabilitation in Horses

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

This material will present the current knowledge and research on the rehabilitation and prevention of back problems in horses.

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21 JULY 2021 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Kevin Haussler Onlinepethealth Lecturer

Sacropelvic Pathology in Horses

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

This material will present the current knowledge and research on the osseous pathology and other sources of sacropelvic pain and dysfunction in horses.

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4 AUGUST 2021 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Melanie Perrier NEW

The Equine Carpus: Selected Cases and their Rehabilitation

with Melanie Perrier: DACVS/DECVS, CERP

This lecture will provide a review of the equine carpus anatomy including soft tissue structure. We will then go through selected clinical cases and present their main clinical signs, diagnostic modalities, and treatment options for those cases, including some guidelines for rehabilitation.

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18 AUGUST 2021 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Kevin Haussler Onlinepethealth Lecturer

Sacropelvic Rehabilitation in Horses

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

This material will present the current knowledge and research on the rehabilitation and prevention of sacropelvic pain and dysfunction in horses.

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1 – 22 SEPTEMBER 2021  :   20H00 – 21H00 (GMT +2)

Sybille Molle

The Use of Kinesiology Taping in Equine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation

with Sybille Molle: DVM, DACVSMR, CERT

1 September: Retraining Fascia, Muscle, and Posture.
Fascial issues, muscular pathologies, and postural adaptations are potential causes of poor performance in horses. This webinar aims at the description of the possible uses of kinesiology taping as an adjunct to other physical therapies.

8 September: Tendon and Ligament Injuries and Rehabilitation
Tendon and ligament injuries in sport horses are frequent, and the recovery from those pathologies can be difficult and disappointing because of the incidence of re-injury. This webinar will give an overview of all the possible uses of kinesiology taping as an integration of the rehabilitation program.

15 September: Equine Joint Dysfunction
Joint disease is one of the most common causes of loss of performance in sport horses. Kinesiology taping can be a very useful and non-invasive technique to integrate into the management of joint dysfunction in horses.

22 September: Foals and Young Horses
Limb contractures or angular deviations are a problem that can affect a horse’s future from its first hours of life, with the most commonly sought treatment options being invasive. The use of kinesiology taping can be a valid alternative in some cases. Other possible uses of taping in foals or younger horses are spinal deformities (scoliosis, kyphosis or lordosis), tendon/ligament laxity, and alterations of posture or proprioception.

 

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6 OCTOBER 2021 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Melanie Perrier NEW

The Equine Tarsus: Selected Cases and their Rehabilitation

with Melanie Perrier: DACVS/DECVS, CERP

This lecture will provide a review of the equine tarsus anatomy including soft tissue structure. We will then go through selected clinical cases and present their main clinical signs, diagnostic modalities, and treatment options for those cases, including some guidelines for rehabilitating those cases.

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20 OCTOBER 2021 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Melanie Perrier NEW

The Equine Stifle: Selected Cases and their Rehabilitation

with Melanie Perrier: DACVS/DECVS, CERP

This lecture will provide a review of the equine stifle anatomy including soft tissue structure. We will then go through selected clinical cases and present their main clinical signs, diagnostic modalities, and treatment options for those cases, including some guidelines for rehabilitating those cases.

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SATURDAY, 13 NOVEMBER 2021

VRS 2021 Save the Date

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8 DECEMBER 2021 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Melanie Perrier

The Equine Tail: Beneath the Pull

with Kathryn Long: NZRP, AdvDipPhys (Man Th), RegPhysAcupuncture, MSc. Veterinary Physiotherapy.

Anatomy review of the tail with the presentation of our research on the effect of caudal traction on a group of horses with signs of back pain. Research and future considerations discussed.

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The equine industry offers a wide variety of clients and patients, from Olympic athletes to companion animals, from foals to working horses, and everything in between. To help you give your best to every patient that you see, Onlinepethealth airs webinars specific to the equine rehabilitation industry from performance enhancement, lameness evaluation, neurological conditions, pain management, farriery, movement retraining, and much more.

Our line-up of webinars are geared to helping you to continue to expand your knowledge, your understanding, and your clinical reasoning skills. Continuing education ensures that you continue to push yourself to be your best for every patient you treat.

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