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Want to be more confident in the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of lameness in the horse?

Learn from the best-of-the-best to skyrocket your confidence and skills in the evaluation, diagnosis and management of lameness in the horse

Join Dr Sue Dyson and 30+ handpicked international speakers as they present a brand new, one-of-a-kind program designed by equine veterinarians for equine veterinarians.

Dr Sue Dyson equine lameness expert

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From the static and dynamic exam to train your hands and your eyes (most importantly so you know what you are palpating!), to safely and accurately performing

- diagnostic anesthesia

- routine diagnostic imaging

- treatment and

- management plans

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MODULE 1

Getting Started, Types of Lameness & The Static Examination

  1. History acquisition - Sue Dyson
  2. Grading and describing forelimb lameness - Sue Dyson
  3. Grading and describing hindlimb lameness - Sue Dyson
  4. Acute onset severe lameness - Sue Dyson
  5. Chronic and multilimb lameness and poor performance - Sue Dyson
  6. Episodic lameness - Sue Dyson
  7. Static examination: posture, conformation and muscle development - Sue Dyson
  8. Static examination of the forelimbs - Sue Dyson
  9. Static examination of the hindlimbs - Sue Dyson
  10. Static examination of the head, neck, back and pelvis - Sue Dyson

BONUS The pros and cons of objective lameness assessment - Sue Dyson 

Module 2

Discipline Specific Lameness

  1. The Pleasure Horse - Alison Talbot
  2. The Lower Level Competition Horse - James Bailey
  3. The Dressage Horse - Rachel Murray
  4. The Showjumper - Philippe Benoit
  5. The Three Day Eventer - Andy Bathe
  6. The Western Performance Horse - Sherry Johnson
  7. The Flat Racer - Pete Ramzan
  8. The Endurance Horse- Annamaria Nagy

BONUS Understanding equestrian jargon & Introduction to the assessment of the ridden horse - Sue Dyson

Module 3

Clinical Approach to Lameness: Dynamic Examination

  1. Dynamic examination: The normal gaits - Sue Dyson
  2. Dynamic examination - In-hand and on the lunge - Part One - Sue Dyson
  3. Dynamic examination - In-hand and on the lunge - Part Two - Sue Dyson
  4. Dynamic examination - Flexion tests - Sue Dyson
  5. Dynamic examination: The ridden horse - Sue Dyson
  6. Dynamic examination- The Ridden Horse Pain Ethogram and poor performance - Sue Dyson
  7. Dynamic examination: The neurological examination - Sue Dyson
  8. Dynamic examination: The influence of tack - Sue Dyson
  9. Dynamic examination: The influence of the rider - Sue Dyson

BONUS The horse with multilimb lameness  - Sue Dyson

Module 4

Common Lameness Conditions - Tendons, Ligaments and OCD

  1. Superficial digital flexor tendonitis - Roger Smith
  2. Accessory ligament of the deep digital flexor tendon (check ligament) injury - Elizabeth Barr
  3. Proximal Suspensory ligament desmopathy - forelimb - Erin Contino
  4. Proximal Suspensory ligament desmopathy - hindlimb - Sue Dyson
  5. Suspensory ligament injuries - Mid body, Branches - Filipe Vandenberghe
  6. Osteochondrosis (OCD) - Casper Lindguard
Module 5

Diagnostic Anaesthesia

  1. Fundamentals of diagnostic anesthesia and getting started - Sue Dyson
  2. Perineural anesthesia: principles and interpretation - Sue Dyson
  3. Intra-synovial anesthesia: principles and interpretation - Sue Dyson
  4. Perineural anesthesia: distal aspect of the limbs - Sue Dyson
  5. Intra-synovial anesthesia: distal aspect of the limbs
  6. Proximal metacarpal region and carpus - Sue Dyson
  7. Proximal metatarsal and tarsal region - Sue Dyson
  8. Intra-synovial anesthesia of the proximal aspect of the forelimbs - Sue Dyson
  9. Intra-synovial anesthesia of the proximal aspect of the hindlimbs - Sue Dyson  
  10. Local infiltration blocks (spinous processes, sacroiliac joint region, splint and neuromas)- Sue Dyson
Module 6

Radiography and Radiology

  1. Principles of image interpretation - Rhiannon Morgan
  2. How to acquire optimal quality radiographs and trouble shooting - Rhiannon Morgan
  3. Foot - Marianna Biggi
  4. Fetlock - Myra Barrett
  5. Carpus - Ken Jacobs
  6. Hocks - Ana Boado
  7. Stifles - Alison Fairburn
  8. Necks - Gabriel Manso Diaz
  9. Backs - Rhiannon Morgan
  10. Elbows & shoulders - Myra Barrett
Module 7

Ultrasonography

  1. Principles of image interpretation - Laura Quiney
  2. How to acquire optimal quality ultrasound images and image troubleshooting - Laura Quiney
  3. Proximal suspensory ultrasonography (forelimb & hindlimb) - Natasha Werpy
  4. Distal suspensory ultrasonography - Natasha Werpy
  5. Ultrasonography of pastern swelling - Ginny Reef
  6. Ultrasonography of the hock and stifle - Alison Fairburn
Module 8

Common Lameness Conditions - The Foot

  1. Foot abscesses - Rosie Owen
  2. Foot pain: Bruising - Steve O'Grady
  3. Foot pain: Dosopalmar and mediolateral hoof imbalance - Steve O'Grady
  4. Foot pain: Sheared heels and quarter cracks - Steve O'Grady 
  5. Foot pain: Podotrochealar apparatus - Michael Schramme
  6. Foot pain - DDFT injuries and other soft tissue injuries - Kyla Ortved
  7. Laminitis: Acute - Part One - Chris Pollitt
  8. Laminitis: Acute - Part Two - Chris Pollitt
  9. Laminitis. Chronic - Chris Pollitt
Module 9

Common Lameness Conditions - Specific regions

  1. Osteoarthritis - Laurie Goodrich
  2. Common bone trauma in the distal aspect of the limb - Sarah Gold
  3. Common causes of muscle injury or pain - Emmanuel Van Erk
  4. Common causes of fetlock pain - Lauren Schnabel
  5. Metacarpal and metatarsal swelling - Jane Boswell
  6. Common causes of hock pain - Ana Boado
  7. Carpal pain in the racehorse - Bruce Bladdon
  8. Common causes of stifle pain - Jessica Kidd

BONUS MODULE

Collation and Management

  1. When to refer for scintigraphy, MRI or CT - Filip Vandenberghe
  2. How to interpret advanced imaging reports - Sarah Puchalski
  3. Putting it all together: Information collation for diagnosis - Sue Dyson
  4. Putting it all together: The Management plan - Sue Dyson

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What people are saying...

 

I found the modules are really quite varied, certainly the static and dynamic lameness evaluations from Dr Sue Dyson.

So if you're a busy practitioner like myself, you're a dad, you've got your own horses or whatever you do in your life, I can highly recommend (the Lameness Program), great job... I look forward to seeing what else comes out

- Dr Rob Caska

 

Personally, I started just because lameness was an area that I was less exposed to and probably lacking in.

And it's given me some confidence to try new things and believe in my ability and start from scratch working through these cases in a consistent manner.

- Dr Marnie Treseder

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