Offer a comprehensive program of advanced education in the field of equine lamenesses and osteoarticular, musculotendinous and nervous pathology, covering the different parts of the locomotor system of the horse.
- Continuing education of equine practitioners for a better management of patients.
- Development of knowledge on the diagnosis and management of the causes of pain and lesions involving the structures of the locomotor system of horses.
- To present the anatomical and biomechanical data allowing understanding of the etiopathogenesis of the lesions as well as the management of the different conditions.
- To share the latest developments in diagnostic imaging of bones, joints, tendons, muscles, nervous system.
- Standardization of imaging procedures for a better communication between practitioners and/or referring centers.
- To improve the technical skills of practitioners in the use of non-invasive diagnostic procedures.
- Publications of new diagnostic procedures, new concepts in pathologic conditions of the equine locomotor system, unknown clinical entities.
- 2 year program - all 8 topics will be covered over the 2 years.
- 3 seminars (2.5 days each) a year organized at 3 different equine clinics (northeast, mid-atlantic, west)
- At least one or more seminars will be held in Europe per year.
- Each seminar (20 hours) is composed of:
-1st day: lectures and clinical cases
-2nd day: demonstration -3rd day:lecture or practice
- Notes will be distributed to the participants.
CANCELLATION POLICY FOR ALL ISELP MODULES:
100% refund with greater than 30 days notice
75% with 2 weeks to 30 days notice
50% with less than two weeks notice
-Distal frontlimb:foot, pastern, fetlock jt.
-Middle frontlimb: palmar fetlock, metacarpus and tendons, carpus, carpal canal
-Proximal frontlimb:forearm, elbow and shoulder
-Distal hindlimb:foot, pastern, fetlock, metatarsus
-Middle hindlimb: hock and crus
-Proximal hindlimb: stifle and thigh
-Neck and thoracolumbar area
-Lumbosacral area and pelvis
For each topic, the following data will be considered:
- Descriptive anatomy
- Functional anatomy and Biomechanics
- Clinical (physical and dynamic) examination including diagnostic blocks
- Diagnostic imaging (radiology, ultrasonography, nuclear scintigraphy, MRI)
- Treatment and management
- Prognosis and evolution