Exploring The “good, Bad And The Ugly” Of Equine Lameness Diagnosis And Treatment
One of the UK’s leading equine veterinary surgeons will be sharing the ‘good, bad and the ugly’ of lameness conditions affecting horses during two events this month.
They are the final two online sessions of a successful series from Dechra Veterinary Products which has brought together equine veterinary professionals from across the UK and Ireland.
Dr Andy Fiske-Jackson, Deputy Head of RVC Equine and Senior Lecturer in Equine Surgery at the Royal Veterinary College, is hosting the webinars on May 19 and May 26 at 7pm. Registration is via www.dechra.co.uk/events.
Emma Jennings, Equine Brand Manager at Dechra, said: “Dr Fiske-Jackson will be leading a case-based session looking at the good, bad and ugly of digital flexor tendon sheath cases. He’ll also be unravelling the diagnosis and treatment of navicular syndrome, the associated biomechanics and treatment options respectively.
“The feedback from the initial events we held with equine specialist David Bardell was really positive, with attendees appreciating the exploration of some key issues.
“We know that Dr Fiske-Jackson’s webinar will be equally useful to equine veterinary professionals looking to understand more about the causes, diagnosis and treatment of these lameness conditions.”
Equine vets are being urged to register for the final two events as spaces are limited, by visiting www.dechra.co.uk/events.
May 19 at 7pm Digital Flexor Tendon Sheath Cases - the good, the bad and the ugly, with Dr. Andrew Fiske-Jackson BVSc MVetMed DipECVS MRCVS
May 26 at 7pm Unravelling the Diagnosis and Treatment of Navicular Syndrome, with Dr. Andrew Fiske-Jackson BVSc MVetMed DipECVS MRCVS
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