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Dr. Redden's Equine Podiatry Course Daily Lecture Rate (Oct 9, 2017)

Dr. Redden's Equine Podiatry Course Daily Lecture Rate (Oct 9, 2017)

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$500.00 


 

Oct 9, 2017

Registration:
1 Day Lecture $500 (Choose 1 Day or all 3 Days Oct 9 - 11, 2017)
*Early Bird Rate Save $50 (10%) until Sept 9, 2017

Student Rate for Lecture is 25% off 
Proof of enrollment required.

This 5 day course is designed for farriers and veterinarians that have a strong desire to enhance their knowledge and skills in the field of Equine Podiatry. Radiographic and venogram information coupled with dependable mechanical concepts can open the doors of opportunity for career and life threatening foot issues.  Register for the 3 day lecture or spend all 5 inspiring days with us.  The Hands On Clinic is limited to the first 15 attendees that register for the 5 Day Course.

Lecture topics include:
    • -How to Better Understand What We See 
    • -How to Obtain the Most Informative Radiographs
    • -How to Correlate Soft Tissue Parameter Information with External Landmarks
    • -How to Use Radiographic Blueprint for Optimum Results
    • -How to Understand the Mechanical Formula
    • -The Value of Radiographic Guided Therapeutic Shoeing
    • -How to Plan the Mechanical Strategy
    • -How to Enhance Heel Mass for the Treatment of Crushed Heels
    • -Selecting the Optimum Mechanical Shoe for a Variety of Disciplines and Issues
    • -How to Use Radiographs to Tweak the Plan
    • -Laminitis Revisited
    • -The Pros and Cons of Deep Flexor Tenotomy
    • -Interpreting Radiographs and Venograms Relative to the History and Gross Evidence

Course Syllabus

Monday October 9, 2017
The focus will be on basic podiatry principles that will include:
-How to better understand what we see.
-How to obtain the most informative radiographs.
-How to interpret radiographic information from the perspective of a farrier and a veterinarian. (Case studies)
-How to correlate soft tissue parameter information with external landmarks, a valuable blueprint for farriers. Learning to visualize the basic radiographic information via the message of the growth patterns and other unique external features is a vital step to getting into the zone of mechanics.
-How to better understand the mechanical formula and how it can change the way you plan your work and work the plan.

Tuesday October 10, 2017

-How to plan the mechanical strategy to enhance:
*Much needed foot mass (the horse that grows nothing from one shoeing to the next)
*Joint symmetry vs. medial lateral palmar rim imbalance
*Heel mass
*Mass over balance
-Selecting the optimum performance shoe to meet the required mechanical benefits 
-How to use radiographs to guide the precision trim 
-How to rocker shoes for various levels of mechanics (flat, wedges, full rockers and rails).  When, Why, and How.
-How to trim the widest part of the frog without lowering PA
-Enhancing mechanics with composites, from the performance shoe to hospital plates
-How to optimize placement and style of shoe attachment for a variety of circumstances
-Common misconceptions concerning rocker shoes

Wednesday October 11, 2017

Laminitis
-The sequence of events from the mildest form of this syndrome to the highest level of tissue damage
-Damage assessment tools for the acute case
1. Gross exam 
2. Radiographs
3. Venograms (interpretation, case study examples)
4. Clinical response
-When, why, and how to formulate the most efficient vascular reperfusion protocol using shear mechanics
-How to monitor the response and efficiency of chosen treatment
-When to make surgical decisions (ddft)
-Pros and cons of the ddft
-Benefits of drastically reducing ddft tension on failing laminae and sole corium compression
-How to interpret the chronic case venogram relative to history.  What are the options and prognosis for a quality life?

Thursday October 12, 2017
HANDS ON CLINIC
A variety of cadaver feet with pathological conditions will allow students to be more focused on the trim, application, and placement of mechanical shoes.
-Mapping the foot, radiographic blueprint studies
-Identifying radiographic landmarks 
-Trimming the foot to optimize the mechanical goals 
-Altering the shoe of choice (flats, full rockers, rails)
-Precision placement and attachment (hook nail technique vs straight nail), composites, cast and or combination
-What is your diagnosis, options, selected treatment plan and proposed outcome. 

Friday October 13, 2017
HANDS ON CLINIC
-Cadaver feet will be available for students that desire more time trimming, rockering shoes and checking their plan with x-rays.  
-How to apply a standing leg cast
-Making a foot mold
-Aluminum welding and forging
-Practicing the hook nail technique
-Live horses will be available for veterinarians to perform venograms 
-Identifying radiographic landmarks 
-Trimming the foot to optimize the mechanical goals 
-Altering the shoe of choice (flats, full rockers, rails)
-Precision placement and attachment (hook nail technique vs straight nail), composites, cast and or combination
Each parameter study, proposed protocol trim, shoe choice, shape and attachment will be evaluated for each student. 
-What is your diagnosis, options, selected treatment plan and proposed outcome. 

When veterinarians and farriers learn together they enhance their effectiveness when working together. 
 

Location:
International Equine Podiatry Center
R.F. Redden, DVM
8235 McCowans Ferry Rd
Versailles, KY 40383 

Hours: Monday thru Friday 8 AM - 5 PM

Morning and afternoon snacks and lunch will be provided daily. 

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Air Travel can be made into:
  • Lexington airport (LEX) 20 mile drive to IEPC
  • Lousiville airport (SDF) 60 mile drive to IEPC
  • Cincinnati airport (CVG) 90 mile drive to IEPC

Registration:
 
Ideally veterinarian and farrier teams but not mandatory.

Continuing Education:
This program 62-30245 is approved by the AAVSB RACE to offer a total of 35.00 CE Credits (35.00 max) being available to any one veterinarian: and/or 35.00 Veterinary Technician CE Credits (35.00 max). This RACE approval is for the subject matter categories of: 
Category One: Scientific using the delivery method of Seminar/LectureLab/Wet Lab. This approval is valid in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE; however, participants are responsible for ascertaining each board's CE requirements. RACE does not "accredit" or "endorse" or "certify" any program or person, nor does RACE approval validate the content of the program.

Payment Terms:  
Down payment of half required with Registration
Registration balance due on Sept 9, 2017
Includes Course, Lunch, and 2 daily Breaks.

Cancellation Policy:
$250 non-refundable, NO REFUNDS AFTER Sept 9, 2017. 

View the detailed driving Directions to IEPC.

If you are interested in attending future courses, call 859-983-6690 or Email Dr. Redden (rfreddendvm@gmail.com).

 


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