Course in Equine Myofascial Kinetic Lines – for veterinarians, equine physiotherapist’s and other professionals with a similar anatomical knowledge – 3 day course 25th – 27th of February 2022

9375 DKK incl VAT/Moms
(7500 DKK excl VAT/Moms)

Course in Equine Myofascial Kinetic Lines – Anatomy, Function, Test and Treatment for Veterinarians, Equine Physiotherapists and other professionals with a similar anatomical background.

Teachers: Vibeke S. Elbrønd, DVM and Rikke Schultz, DVM.

Language: English

Price: 7.500 DK Kr (+ VAT only if you are from EU and do not have a VAT number)

Place: Akupunktur Klinikken Nucleus v/ Birgitte Langvad, Valbyvej 42, 3200 Helsinge, Denmark (North of Copenhagen)

Program:
Friday the 25th of February 10.00 to 17.00: Theory.
Saturday the 26th of February 9.00 til 16.00: Theory and practice
Sunday the 27th of February 9.00 til 15.00: Theory and practice

Included: Breakfast on Friday. Lunch, coffee, the and snacks all three days.

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Description

3 day course in Equine Myofascielle Kinetiske Liner, anatomy, function, test and treatment for veterinarians, equine physiotherapist’s and other professionals with a similar anatomical knowledge.

Teachers: Vibeke S. Elbrønd, DVM and Rikke Schultz, DVM.

This three-day course offers an opportunity to learn how fascia influence the movement of the horse. You will get introduced to the newest fascia research and in this way, you can implement the Equine Myofascial Kinetic Lines into your daily work. We present the anatomy, their function, how to test them as well as different treatment options in theory and in practice.

Fare most motion pattern disturbances has involvement of fascia contractions and/or stiffness. With this tool you will be able to diagnose and treat tightness which troubles your lameness diagnostics and treatment efficiency. In many cases the disturbances can be resolved only by use of fascia releases.

The purpose of this course is also to bridge the gap between holistic diagnostics and treatment with conventional lameness examination. Knowledge of fascia is also important in rehabilitation.

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