Principles of Osteopathy
Dr Stuart McGregor will take us through the history, principles and techniques of equine osteopathy and treating somatic dysfunction including his speciality Osteopathic Articular Balancing (OAB). 11th March 6:30pm London
2 x £1,000.00
Advanced Evidence Based Farriery Course - Online only
8 week online course. Covering anatomy, hoof function and biomechanics, locomotion biomechanics, physics of hoof morphology and material science, shoeing applications and more
The Modern Sport Horse
What has changed with the modern sport horse over the last 100 years and what are the issues we are dealing with as a result?
Exploring Kissing Spines
Kissing Spines are a common ailment the modern sport horse faces. It has a genetic component, however there are compounding factors including a fluid relationship with hoof balance. Yogi and Dr Neidhart explore.
Podiatry radiography is an important tool in monitoring hoof balance and giving farriers and trimmers vital information to inform their interventions. This course will outline how to read radiographs for farriery relevant balance and pathologies
Understanding Hoof Morphology
The Hoof Architect and The Equine Documentalist delve into the new research and understanding of hoof morphology