Calendar of Events - INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL FARRIERS

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Events in the month of September 2021
DateEvent
September 1, 2021
18th Annual International Hoof-Care Virtual Summit – September 2021: "Improving Product Use and Application” (12 CE)

September 1, 2021
Werkman Hoofcare 2021: Biomechanics & Clinical Relevance of Swing Phase (1 CE)

September 6, 2021
 -September 10, 2021
Dr. Redden's Equine Podiatry Course, Versailles, KY (40 CE)

Clinician:
  • R. F. (Ric) Redden DVM APF
Dr. Redden will teach and demonstrate podiatry principles and techniques during the morning sessions and afternoon sessions will include hands-on instructions designed to enhance the knowledge and working relationship of vets and farriers equally responsible for the health of the equine foot.

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September 7, 2021
Pathology of the Hind Foot Podcast with Michael Savoldi APF (.75 CE)

September 7, 2021
EquiManagement Business of Practice Ep. 18: Developing Vet Services Coop (.5 CE)

September 8, 2021
The Lockdown Farriery Podcast - Ep. 25 - Olympic Games Special (1 CE)

September 10, 2021
The Humble Hoof Podcast: Recognizing Hoof Soreness in Training with Jec Ballou (0.5 CE)

September 13, 2021
Mullins Farrier Podcast: An Interview with Jason Fox (2 CE)

September 14, 2021
The Hoof of the Horse Podcast Ep. 48: Ben Benson in Oxfordshire, UK (0.75 CE)

September 16, 2021
 -September 18, 2021
2021 Werkman Spring Games, The Netherlands

Clinicians:
  • To be announced

September 16, 2021
 -September 18, 2021
2021 Ontario Farrier's Association Convention, Mono, ON (15.25 CE)

Clinicians/Judges:
  • Sara Vanderpol CJF
  • Adam McQueen CJF
  • Travis Buck
  • Sam Molson DVM
  • Brian Mullins CJF APF
  • Bri Henderson DVM
  • Sean Elliott
  • Andrew DeVisser
APPROVED FOR 15.25 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS (Thursday - 3.5; Friday - 5.75; Saturday - 6 CE Credits)

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September 18, 2021
 -September 19, 2021
2021 Maine Farriers Association Fall Clinic, Belfast, ME (15 CE)

Clinician:  
  • Jeff Ridley CJF TE
APPROVED FOR 15 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS (Saturday - 8 CE Credits; Sunday - 7 CE Credits)

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September 19, 2021
Esco Buff's Equine Necropsy Clinic, Webster, NY (7 CE)

Clinician:
  • Esco Buff PhD APF-I CF
APPROVED FOR 7 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

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September 21, 2021
Flare vs Bend Podcast with Michael Savoldi APF (1 CE)

September 22, 2021
EquiManagement Business of Practice Ep. 19: Veterinarians Battling Burnout (.75 CE)

September 23, 2021
Laminitis Webinar with Dr Simon Curtis, Mark Aikens, and Lorenzo D'Arpe (3 CE)

Dr Simon Curtis will be joined by Mark Aikens and Lorenzo D'Arpe on Thursday 23 September for a webinar on laminitic hoof-care. Topics include the process of laminitis, diagnosis, the use of clogs, arteriographs, rail shoes, and more.

**A full recording of the webinar is included in this ticket. You will receive the recording by email in the days following the live event.**

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  • Access to the live interactive webinar
  • Full video recording of the webinar afterwards
  • Certificate of attendance for CPD or CE points
  • A PDF of further learning & key take-aways

The topics are discussed in depth, with attendees given time to Q&A directly with the speakers. Other activities include a mini scavenger-hunt, quiz, prizes, special offers and more.

Following the event, ticket holders will have the opportunity to rewatch the whole webinar in a video recording, and will receive a PDF handout/papers with further learning, and a certificate of your attendance for claiming CE/CPD credits/points.

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September 24, 2021
 -September 25, 2021
2021 NAEP VIRTUAL Lecture Series (8 CE)

Podiatry


Deep Digital Flexor Tendonopathy

In this presentation I will present a case that was diagnosed by ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with deep digital flexor tendonopathy. I will include the history, diagnostics and treatment/rehabilitation for the case.

Dr. Brian Beasley

Straight Sesamoidean Ligament Rupture and Mechanical Effects on the Straight Sesamoidean Ligament

Although we will be reviewing a catastrophic rupture of the superficial sesamoidean ligament, there was a possibility that this rupture 2021 NAEP CONFERENCE REGISTRATION KIT TOGETHER FOR THE HORSE 27 could have been avoided had there been a proactive shoeing protocol implemented sooner. MRI has indicated that SSL injury is more common than previously understood, we will discuss shoeing possibilities to unload the SSL to aid in healing.

Mr. Doug Russo

The Diagnosis, Treatment & Farriery of a Fracture of the Distal Phalanx

This presentation will cover the farrier’s perspective of the joint efforts of a Veterinarian & Farrier as they address a lameness case of the hind limb of a young horse. It will share documentation of the two professions working together as the lameness is diagnosed as a fracture to the distal phalanx, the surgical treatments performed, and the farriery to support and protect the hoof capsule during the recovery stages. Along with numerous images of the progress of this case, we will also share set backs encountered along the way to the final outcome of a sound horse. We will include video of the horse in motion, while the horse is lame from the injury, the lameness encountered during set backs with treatment, and its soundness once healed. We will provide video documentation of the shoe used to protect the foot, why this type of farriery was selected and how the shoe was built.

Mr. Jeff Ridley

Shoeing Prescriptions Based Off Radiographs

In this lecture I will discuss and illustrate common movement, repositioning and questionable interpretation of bones and joints associated with typical “Farrier Radiographs”, specifically the lateral and D/P views. This lecture will focus on illustrating the risk and challenges often found when providing or using shoeing prescriptions solely based off radiographs. The presentation will include a series of images and radiographs using the same horse illustrating several reasonable changes in limb position and/or the generator as well as horses due for trimming and some sample shoeing changes.

Mr. Scott Lampert

Hospital Plate Shoes: Their Fabrication and Uses

Hospital plate or treatment plate horseshoes are used for many types of hoof injuries, surgeries, and other conditions. Any injury or surgery to the horse’s sole or frog needs protection and a convenient method of medicating, protecting, and inspecting the wound. Using a hospital plate shoe also saves money on expensive bandaging and time to wrap a foot up regularly. This discussion will show the various designs of hospital plate shoes and how they are fabricated. Examples of some of the manufactured pads that have similar use is included as well as some historical hospital plate shoes from the Henry Asmus collection at Cornell University. Step-by-step, methods will be shown on how to fabricate these shoes and the materials used. Actual cases of hospital plate shoes for surgical cases and injuries will be reviewed.

Mr. Steve Kraus

Shoeing for Soft Tissue Injuries

In this lecture, I will discuss when it is effective and when it is time to transition back to a “normal” shoe.

Mr. Steve Semersheim

Laminitis: Onset, and Management Back to Performance

This Lecture will delve into the mechanical principles that help guide Farriers and Veterinarians through the initial onset and rehabilitation of the laminitic equine foot.

Mr. Stuart Muir

“Yoshi” – Acute Laminitis Case Treated with DDFT Tenotomies and Derotational Shoeing.”

“Yoshi” is a 16 yo QH gelding suffering from acute onset of pasture associated laminitis. This case will be presented/discussed to highlight the cooperation and team work required by veterinarians, staff, farriers, and horse owner to treat/manage laminitis. Specific hoof trimming and the steps needed to apply glue on shoes to “derotate”/ realign the distal phalanx post deep digital flexor tendon tenotomies will be included.

Mr. Travis Burns


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September 24, 2021
The Humble Hoof Podcast: Support for Owners and Professionals: The Importance of Continuing Education with PHCP (0.75 CE)

September 25, 2021
 -September 26, 2021
2021 Equine Sports Medicine VIRTUAL Symposium, Pittsboro, NC (14 CE)

Clinicians:
  • Lauren Schnabel DVM PhD DACVS DACVSMR
  • Mark Revenaugh DVM
  • Meghann Lustgarten DVM DACVR DACVSMR
  • Sherry Johnson DVM MS DACVSMR
  • Doug Payne
  • Lizzie Treece NCSU CVM 2023
  • Wendy Corin DC Cert AVCA & IVCA
  • Sue Dyson FRCVS
  • Fernando Cardenas DVM
  • Bob Meyer DVM
  • Dave Gilliam
  • Richard Mansmann VMD PhD Hon DACVIM-LA
APPROVED FOR 14 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS (7 CE Credits per Day)

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September 25, 2021
Crossroads Farrier - Easy Care Versa Clinic (6 CE)

Clinician:
  • Dan Schroeder
APPROVED FOR 6 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

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September 26, 2021
Radiography for Farriers Clinic, Newberg, OR (7.5 CE)

Clinicians:
  • Sylvia Ouellette DVM DABVP
  • Paeden Underwood CJF
APPROVED FOR 7.5 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

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