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[WEBINAR SERIES] Equinosis Q with Lameness Locator Basic Training

A special thank you to all veterinarians providing essential services through the COVID-19 pandemic. For those of you with more time at home, what better way to spend your time in quarantine than to brush up on your knowledge of biomechanical data collection and interpretation? We have developed a 4-part basic training series dedicated to just that.


Equinosis Q with Lameness Locator Basic Training – A 4 Part Series

This is a reminder for those that did not attend last week that there are still times available in the coming weeks! 

Part 1 of 4: Utilizing Inertial Sensors in Equine Lameness Measurement – the Model, the Method, and Biomechanics

Available to DVMs & non-DVMs

Topics include: the biomechanical model of vertical head and pelvic movement used for the measurement of equine lameness. An explanation of the lameness metrics, stride plots, and reference ranges will also be discussed.

Available Dates & Times

  • Mon, March 30, 2020 @ 9 AM CST
  • Wed, April 8, 2020 @ 6 PM CST

register for basic training module part 1 >


Part 2 of 4: Utilizing the Q with Lameness Locator – Software Navigation and Data Collection Guidelines

Available to DVMs & non-DVMs

Topics include: horse instrumentation, data collection guidelines for straight lines, flexions, lunging and blocking, software navigation, and reporting and data management options.

Available Dates & Times:

  • Tue, March 31, 2020 @ 9 AM CST
  • Thurs, Apr 9, 2020 @ 6 PM CST

register for basic training module part 2 >


Part 3 of 4: Utilizing Inertial Sensors in Equine Lameness Measurement – Evaluating the Straight Line (DVM ONLY)

Topics include: Data interpretation of the straight line, reviewing lameness metrics, degree of evidence, multiple limb lameness (including recognizing compensatory patterns) and the importance of stabilizing lameness.

Available Dates & Times:

  • Mon, Apr 1 @ 9 AM CST
  • Wed, Apr 13 @ 6 PM CST

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Part 4 of 4: Utilizing Inertial Sensors in Equine Lameness Measurement – Evaluating Lunging, Flexions, Blocks, and Under Saddle (DVM ONLY)

Topics include: Data interpretation, and special considerations for lunging (including expected patterns based on surface characteristics), flexion and manipulation tests, diagnostic blocks (the calculation of change), and under saddle evaluations

Available Dates & Times

  • Thurs, Apr 2 @ 9 AM CST
  • Tues, Apr 14 @ 6 PM CST

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