American Association of Professional Farriers - Event Information



Event Name:Dr. Redden's Equine Podiatry Course, Versailles, KY (35 CE)
Event Type(s):Clinic
Description:Clinician:
  • Dr. Ric Redden
This 5 day course is designed for farriers and veterinarians that have a strong desire to enhance their knowledge and skills in the field of Equine Podiatry. Radiographic and venogram information coupled with dependable mechanical concepts can open the doors of opportunity for career and life threatening foot issues. Register for the 3 day lecture or spend all 5 inspiring days with us. The Hands On Clinic is limited to the first 15 attendees that register for the 5 Day Course.

APPROVED FOR 35 AAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

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Event Date:10-09-17 - 10-13-17
Event Time:08:00 AM - 05:00 PM Eastern
Location:RF Redden, DVM
8235 McCowans Ferry Rd
Versailles, KY 40383

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Contact Person:Shannon Redden
(phone: 877-462-6742)
Details:
Lecture Topics Include: (Oct 9 - 11, 2017)
  • How to Better Understand What We See 
  • How to Obtain the Most Informative Radiographs
  • The Value of Radiographic Guided Therapeutic Shoeing
  • How to Plan the Mechanical Strategy 
  • How to Enhance Heel Mass for the Treatment of Crushed Heels
  • Selecting the Optimum Mechanical Shoe for a Variety of Disciplines and Issues
  • How to use Radiographs to Tweak the Plan
  • Laminitis Revisited 
  • The Pros and Cons of Deep Flexor Tenotomy
  • Interpreting Radiographs and Venograms Relative to the History and Gross Evidence
Hands on Clinic will include: (Oct 12 - 13, 2017)
  • A variety of cadaver feet with pathological conditions to allow students to be more focused on the trim, application, and placement of the shoe
  • Mapping the foot, radiographic blueprint studies
  • Identifying radiographic landmarks
  • Trimming the foot to optimize the mechanical goals
  • Selecting the best shoe and modifying it for optimum mechanics 
  • Applying the shoe for a variety of pathological issues 
  • The hook nail technique
  • Shoeing with nails outside of the horn wall
  • One live horse per 3 person team to be examined, radiographed, trimmed and shod relative to findings
  • Veterinarians will have the opportunity to perform venograms on one foot
  • Demonstrations by Dr. Redden or staff (Derotation Ultimate, Flat performance heel kicker shoe, Equilox or Superfast egg bar bumper, Equilox Rail, aluminum welding)
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10-09-17 - 10-13-17
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Approved for 35 AAPF Continuing Education Credits





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