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Events in the month of July 2023
July 4, 2023
Clinician:
  • Sylvia Ouellette, DVM DABVP (Equine) 
APPROVED FOR 3 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

Sponsored By: 
  • Oakhurst Equine Veterinary Services
Details:  
  • Monthly forum that brings 2 equine veterinary podiatry cases to go over with the group of farriers (and veterinarians) and discuss underlying medical condition, treatment options and shoeing options. Shoeing is then performed on the horses in question with hands on application of shoes and forging techniques to aid in treatment. 
July 6, 2023 - July 9, 2023
Clinician:
  • Greg Gage
Therasage EMC is a 4-day certification for equine massage, that has been certifying for over 20 years. You'll learn a full body massage using trigger point therapy and applying it to the horse correctly, pre & post-event massage, and discipline-specific massage, tendon/ligament massage and there's a marketing segment on how to market your new skill.

APPROVED FOR 40 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
July 10, 2023 - July 14, 2023
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.

Review the Course Syllabus.

Time & Location:

July 10, 2023 , 8:00 AM – July 14, 2023, 5:00 PM

R.F. Redden, DVM, 8235 McCowans Ferry Rd, Versailles, KY 40383, USA

About the Event:

Ideally veterinarian and farrier teams but not mandatory. When veterinarians and farriers learn together, they enhance their effectiveness when working together.

Registration Rate: $3250 per person

*Early Bird Rate $2995 per person (Save $255 until April 10, 2023)

1/2 down payment plan option available online, an invoice will be sent for the final amount after purchase of the payment plan option.

Cancellation Policy: NO REFUNDS AFTER MAY 10, 2023.

Continuing Education:

Approved for 40 IAPF Continuing Education Credits.
This program 20-864106 has been approved for 39 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval, with 39 hours available to an individual.

 

Location: R.F. Redden, DVM 8235 McCowans Ferry Rd Versailles, KY 40383

Hours: Monday thru Friday 8 AM - 5 PM Morning and afternoon snacks and lunch will be provided daily.

This 5 day course is designed to teach veterinarians and farriers a revolutionary means of viewing the horses foot, from an internal as well external perspective, how to develop instinctive knowledge of the internal components and how the mechanical forces influence blood flow to vital growth centers. This is the key to maintaining health and enhancing the healing environment.

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View the detailed driving Directions to IEPC

Air Travel can be made into: 

  • Lexington airport (LEX) 20 mile drive to R.F. Redden, DVM
  • Lousiville airport (SDF) 60 mile drive to R.F. Redden, DVM
  • Cincinnati airport (CVG) 90 mile drive to R.F. Redden, DVM

If you are interested in attending future courses, call (859) 983-6690 or Email Dr. Redden (rfreddendvm@gmail.com). 

July 11, 2023
Davie County Large Animal Hospital hosts a farrier meeting on the second Tuesday of every month at their clinic for farriers, veterinarians, and horse owners. We bring in a case study horse experiencing a lameness issue to evaluate and discuss the best approach to diagnose, treat and maintain it. The veterinarian completes a full lameness exam on the horse and utilizes appropriate diagnostics such as radiographs, nerve blocks, and flexions. Upon lameness diagnosis, all farriers and veterinarians in attendance collaborate in a round table discussion about the best method to shoe the horse. The existing farrier on the case is heavily encouraged to attend and shoe the horse with inputs from other farriers present at the meeting.

Our goal is to collaborate with the veterinarians and educate all in attendance. We want to ensure that the process we execute at our meetings is repeatable by the farrier at the farm going forward.
July 15, 2023
Clinician:
  • Esco Buff PhD APF-I CF
APPROVED FOR 7 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS