GLOBAL PRACTITIONERS TRAINING UNDER ONE ROOF

The OLA is carefully curated to give both those new to inertial sensor based lameness measurement and those that have been measuring lameness for years a truly well-rounded experience.  This course is designed to provide veterinarians with the information and tools to quickly assess results, to understand results in difficult cases, and how to use the equipment to shorten lengthy lameness evaluations. All aspects of the lameness evaluation; straight line, lunging, flexion tests, under saddle, multiple limb lameness, and assessment of blocks, will be covered and demonstrated.

“Great Course. Fantastic lectures and really interesting case selection for the wet lab and truly hands on experience.”

LEARN FROM THE EXPERTS IN OBJECTIVE LAMENESS EVALUATION

Dr. Kevin Keegan Teaching Veterinarians During Lameness Locator Wetlab

Kevin G. Keegan, DVM, MS, DACVS

University of Missouri Professor of Equine Surgery

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Director of Veterinary Services Dr. Laurie Tyrrell-Schroeder Teaching Veterinarians during Equinosis Objective Lameness Academy

Laurie Tyrrell-Schroeder, DVM

Equinosis Director of Veterinary Services

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Deborah Sieber, BVetMed

Equinosis Objective Evaluation Expert

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“It was evident clinically that a great deal of time and effort had been put forth in preparing the wet lab stations and clinical cases.”

Dr. Kevin Keegan Lectures at the Equinosis Objective Lameness Academy

IN-DEPTH LECTURES

This is your opportunity to participate in a full-day lecture from University of Missouri Professor of Equine Surgery and Equinosis® Q Co-Inventor Dr. Kevin G. Keegan, designed so that every attendee will walk away with a solid understanding of the principles behind using inertial sensors in lameness measurement.

HIGH CONTACT, HANDS ON WET LABS & CLINICAL WORK UPS

Two full days of lectures and wet labs at beautiful Stephens College Equestrian Center. You can expect small group full patient workups, and intense clinical modules for lunging, manipulations, blocking, & ridden evaluations, designed to enhance your skills as a clinician.

FORM VALUABLE CONNECTIONS

This course is about knowledge sharing and improving your objective lameness evaluation skills. Share ideas and build relationships with practitioners from around the world.

“Very well organized course and fun to have horses to work up and discuss at the end. Thank you!”

REGISTRATION

Join us for this intensive 2-day, RACE APPROVED objective lameness evaluation learning experience. Whether you are new to inertial sensor based lameness measurement or have been measuring lameness for years, the Equinosis® Objective Lameness Academy will elevate your expertise, your confidence, and the care you provide. Join Dr. Kevin Keegan and other expert evaluators such as Dr. Laurie Tyrrell, Dr. Deborah Sieber, or other highly trained and experienced clinicians in this high contact, hands-on course.

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COURSE FEE: $900

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