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Farriery – A multi practitioner approach to farriery treatment protocols

May 24 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Dr Martina Neidhart.
Farriery a multi practioner approach
£ 24.99
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Description.

Following on from our recent functional anatomy webinar where we explored the connectivity between foot and skeletal and muscular structure it is clear that the hoof and the whole horse are inextricably linked, they effect and are affected by each other.

In this interactive webinar Dr. Mark Caldwell PhD FWCF discusses the hoof and its whole horse connectivity with manipulative therapy expert Ve-Ma-Therapy Dr Martina Neidhart. This presentation will complement the discussion on the effect that hoof care can have on athletic performance. The connection between the structural soundness of the hoof and the integrity of the rest of the body of the horse, is undeniable.

Our guest speaker Martina Neidhart, Dr. med. vet. Veterinary Consultant runs her own succesful Veterinary Manual therapy practice will explore the connections between farriery protocols, posture, lameness and pathologies of the equine musculoskeletal system.

We are excited to welcome Martina Neidhart to a live interview, to discuss the connection between the hoof and the body, and how we can influence these connections and relationships. Growing up with dogs and around horses in Switzerland, Martina gained experience in rehabilitation and manual therapy in various clinics and institutions in Switzerland and abroad (Europe, North America, Australia) during her studies as a veterinarian in Bern/CH and Budapest/HU – and even more intensively afterwards.

The more she learned about it, the more fascinated she became by applied neurology and biomechanics and their applications with 4-legged patients. Martina believes biomechanics are the basis of all movement and that as such any deviation from the ideal is later associated with pathologies. Based on her extensive experience Martina is a passionate advocate that prevention is the best cure!

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Date:
May 24
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
£24.99
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Scientific Horseshoeing Limited