Upcoming Events

Helping to elevate the quality of lameness care, health, and well-being of horses worldwide by promoting and offering quality continuing education for equine practitioners.

67th Annual AAEP Convention

Nashville Music City Center 201 5th Ave. S, Nashville, TN

The AAEP Annual Convention is the world’s most comprehensive continuing education event devoted to equine practice. The meeting is anchored by well over 100 hours of practical continuing education in relevant areas of equine medicine; a 300-exhibitor strong trade show featuring the newest products and services to boost your practice; and a daily slate of […]

Equinosis at Mereworth Farm – Practical Application of Inertial Sensor-Based Lameness Measurement

New Vocations 719 Dolan Lane, Lexington, KY

Following a lecture on the fundamentals of objective lameness measurement with inertial sensors, participants will have an opportunity to evaluate lameness cases with Equinosis Co-Inventor Dr. Kevin Keegan. Dr. Keegan will demonstrate objective lameness evaluation and discuss lessons learned in sports medicine and rehabilitation and implications for equine athletes. *This program has been approved for […]

Practical Applications, Chino Valley – CE Event

Chino Valley Equine Hospital 2945 English Place, Chino Hills, CA

This program, consisting of one hour of lecture and two hours of wet lab, will provide an overview of inertial sensor-based measurement of equine lameness. The program will cover the biomechanical model of lameness measurement using vertical motion of the torso and the practical application of using inertial sensors to measure lameness in the straight […]

VetPD: Equine Hindlimb Lameness Diagnostics (incl. Objective Lameness Evaluation) – A 2-Day Practical Course

Tennessee Equine Hospital 1508 Thompson Station Rd W, Thompsons Station, TN

Postponed until 2022 This 2-day practical course has been developed for equine veterinarians who have experience with lameness investigations and provides a critical overview of possible causes of hindlimb lameness, diagnostic anaesthetic strategies and how to interpret nerve and joint block results, via a regio-anatomic approach.  Discussions on the upper hindlimb as a cause of […]

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