FULLY BOOKED: PPE for the Sports Horse - Stifle, Back and Neck - What’s OK, What’s Not?
28 Nov 2023 09:00 - 16:30
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8 CPD hours
About the course
In the second of these two Sports Horse PPE days we will continue to dig into the myths and conflicts but focusing higher up with the neck back and stifle. Necks are becoming more and more viewed as a source of lameness or poor performance and awareness is growing about this in the client base- so how confident is everyone about what is OK and what is not?
Impinging DSPs are also a common problem- but how good are we at imaging them at PPEs, should we be doing so and how significant are the findings?
This course aims to dig into the myth, conflict and art of more advanced-level PPE. We expect that delegates will be confident in carrying out PPEs and regularly doing so. This course looks at the next level- image interpretation and its importance and value in interpretation in light of the purchase requirements and clinical findings. This course will not give you a yes/no tick list- as each vetting, potential purchaser, horse and purchase use is different and unique, but we do aim to open up the discussion and provide those on the ground, making the decisions with a clearer framework and understanding to build confidence in making those decisions.
Specifically, this course will focus on the interpretation of images for PPE of the sports and pleasure horse. It will focus on image interpretation of the neck, back especially the Dorsal Spinous Processes and stifle and linking that image interpretation to the potential workload of a pleasure horse or low to advanced-level sports horse. Finalising the day will be a discussion about what could potentially be classed as ‘suitable for purchase’ and what is less likely to be ‘suitable for purchase’ and tips on how to make your decision on the ground. With the aim of covering potentially cystic stifles and kissing spines, neck and back movement this promises to be a lively and highly applicable discussion to all those in sports horse practice.
This course can be booked separately to its sibling; 'PPE for the Sports Horse - Feet and Lower Limbs - What's OK and What's Not?', however, you can book both days together at a discounted rate. Located in Bristol City Centre, there will be time and opportunity to catch up with colleagues and enjoy some downtime in the evening, making this a social as well as discussion-based CPD.
What will I learn?
By the end of the course you will...
1. Be able to identify non-diagnostic images and correct common errors to produce diagnostic images.
2. Be able to identify common pathology and feel confident in assessing the significance of the pathology given the required use.
3. Feel confident deciding whether a horse is ‘fit for purpose’.
4. Be able to discuss your reasoning behind this decision with your client based on current science and expert opinion.
Did you know you can book the sister course 'PPE for the Sports Horse - Stifle, Back and Neck - What’s OK, What’s Not?' at a discounted rate if you book both days?
Course Organiser: Phil Cramp BSc BVM&S MS Dip ACVS& ECVS
Andre Buthe Dr Med Vet MRCVS Cert Acupuncture(IVAS) & Chiropractic(AVCA)
Eugenio Cillán-García LV MSc FHEA DipECVS MRCVS RCVS and European Specialist in Equine Surgery
Richard Hepburn BVSc MS(Hons) CertEM(IntMed) DipACVIM FRCVS
Peter 'Spike' Milligan BVetMed MRCVS
Vanessa Peter MedVet, DipECVDI, MRCVS
Tim Phillips BVet Med CertEP CertEO DESTS DECVS MRCVS
Vet member: £350
Non member: £700
There will also be the opportunity for you to attend an optional evening meal on 27 November. Please note that the prices above do not include the cost of the evening meal and you will be required to pay for your meal on the night. The evening meal is £25 for two courses.
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- If you book a place on a BEVA CPD course and are unable to attend due to any Covid-19 related issue you will receive a credit for the amount you paid. This credit can be used for any BEVA CPD and will be valid for a year from the date of issue. Please contact us as soon as possible if you are unable to attend a course.
- If BEVA are required to cancel or postpone a course for any reason, you can opt to receive a full refund or receive a credit for a future BEVA CPD course (valid for a year from the date of issue).
- A full refund will be made, less a 10% administration charge, if cancellation is more than 6 weeks before the start of the course
- A refund cannot be guaranteed if cancellation is less than 6 weeks before the start of the course. A refund will be made if BEVA can resell the place, less a 20% administration charge.
- Booked places can be transferred to another person free of charge. If the transferee is not a BEVA member they will be liable for the difference between the member and non-member rate.
- All delegates must have appropriate liability and professional indemnity insurance.
- Delegates must bring appropriate safety wear (coveralls, hard hats, boots etc) to courses involving practical sessions.
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- All delegates self-certify that they are a qualified veterinary surgeon or veterinary nurse and qualified to undertake the procedures being taught. Where the delegate is in training for such a qualification BEVA must be made aware of their training status at the time of booking.
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