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26 JANUARY 2022 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Hilary Clayton

Structure and Function of the Equine Locomotor System

with Hilary M. Clayton: BVMS, PhD, Dipl ACVSMR, FRCVS

This module explores the musculoskeletal structures and their role in equine locomotion. It includes information about postural control and balance, conformational and locomotor adaptations for different equestrian sports, and balance control during locomotion.

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2 FEBRUARY 2022 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Hilary Clayton

Understanding the Relationship between Forces and Movements

with Hilary M. Clayton: BVMS, PhD, Dipl ACVSMR, FRCVS

Understanding the Relationship between Forces and Movements. Locomotion is initiated and controlled by the hooves pressing against the ground to generate forces that move the horse’s body. This talk describes how horses generate and adjust these forces to move at different gaits and speeds, to make turns, and to move in uphill balance.

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16 FEBRUARY 2022 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Hilary Clayton

Locomotor Control and its Effect on Performance

with Hilary M. Clayton: BVMS, PhD, Dipl ACVSMR, FRCVS

Locomotor Control and its Effect on Performance. The purity and expression of the gaits are determined by signals from the brain and spinal cord that control the sequence and coordination of limb movements. This talk explores how the resulting variations in rhythm and timing of the limb movements affect gait quality and how the locomotor control system adapts when the horse learns to perform new movements.

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23 FEBRUARY 2022 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Melissa King Lecturer

The Pressure to Perform: Choosing an ESWT Device

with Melissa King: DVM, PhD, DACVSMR

This lecture will provide an overview of extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT), its proposed mechanisms of action, differences between various devices, and review the current clinical applications of ESWT.

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2 MARCH 2022 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Hilary Clayton

How the Horse Adapts to Lameness

with Hilary M. Clayton: BVMS, PhD, Dipl ACVSMR, FRCVS

When a horse experiences pain in a limb, the goal is to reduce loading in the lame limb by transferring the load to the other limbs. This is achieved by alterations in the movement pattern that can be detected by a skilled observer. This talk explains the mechanics of lameness compensation and how electronic sensors are being used to detect these changes with greater sensitivity than the human eye.

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16 MARCH 2022 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Melanie Perrier

Managing the Musculoskeletal Health of the Stabled Horse

with Gillian Tabor: ACPAT Chartered Physiotherapist

Horses have evolved to move long distances every day and are not adapted to extended durations being stabled. However increased time in the stable may be essential due to environmental or physical reasons, for both short and long periods. Restricted activity has consequences on the horse’s musculoskeletal system and in this lecture, we will cover how to manage some of these changes as well as suggest strategies to reduce their effect. An evidence-informed presentation will cover feeding positions, mobility and stability exercises as well as methods to challenge proprioception during the time in the stable.

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6 APRIL 2022 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Lee Clark

The Importance of Saddle and Rider Symmetry

with Lee Clark: Chartered Physiotherapist and Veterinary Physiotherapist

It is well documented that the saddle and rider can influence the action of the horse and can lead to musculoskeletal pain and even lameness. This lecture will discuss the evidence supporting this and demonstrate a simple assessment process to highlight these asymmetries.

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20 APRIL 2022 : 20H00 – 21h00 (GMT +2)

Lee Clark

Returning the Equine Athlete to Work After Injury

with Lee Clark: Chartered Physiotherapist and Veterinary Physiotherapist

Returning a horse to work after an injury can be a complex situation. This lecture will discuss how to safely increase the intensity of work while preventing the reoccurrence of the original injury.

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