International Veterinary Information Service - IVIS
2019 AVMA Convention

Title 
New IAVC Course Series: Applied Biomechanics and Rehabilitation!

Date 
Nov. 22-24, 2019

Location 
Heimathaus Sittensen, Am Heimathaus 4, Sittensen, Germany 27419

Description 
The first module of the Applied Biomechanics and Rehabilitation course will take place on 22.-24. November 2019 and will be one of five exciting courses. The courses will address in depth equine and canine biomechanics and clinical rehabilitation techniques. Topics such as functional and objective lameness and gait analysis, electro- and physical therapy, functional training and the physiology involved as well as many other highly relevant topics for the progressive practitioner. Our experienced instructors and external experts will provide you with current theoretical knowledge of each topic plus lots of hands-on hours and practical application. Courses can be booked individually, however, you can become an IAVC Certified Equine and Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner by attending the entire five-course series! Biomechanics, Gait Analysis and Lameness Interrelation - Intense Functional asymmetry versus lameness - where do we draw the line? A thorough understanding of our patients biomechanics is essential for our treatment decision. We will introduce technical devices we can utilize for an objective evaluation and discuss common compensatory patterns and their influence on the musculoskeletal system. Equine and canine biomechanics, clinical implications and case reports Subjective and objective gait analysis in theory and practice, Qualisys, Lameness Locator, Pressure Plate Treadmill Functional lameness examination and interconnection school medicine and integrative therapy Common orthopedic diseases in sports dogs and horses

Website 
www.i-a-v-c.com

Species 
Equine

Language 
English

Translations 
No

Organizers 
International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic (IAVC)

Contact 
Dr. Donald Moffatt

Contact  Address 
Dorfstr. 17a, 27419 Freetz, Germany

Phone 
+49 4282 590099

Fax 
+49 4282 591852

Email 
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