Description of Module II Hands-on Labs: (48 hours of content)
Provides hands-on laboratory coursework that will build on the course material from Equine I lectures. This course will provide the participant with the basic skills necessary to prescribe and provide rehabilitation programs for the equine patient. A full day of anatomical dissection on equine cadavers will be utilized to emphasize clinically relevant structures. The participant will receive hands-on training of selected physical agent modalities used in equine physical rehabilitation. The following physical agents will be covered: superficial heating and cooling agents (including cold saltwater hydrotherapy), manual therapies, electrical therapies (for example: electrical stimulation, therapeutic laser), mechanical therapies (for example: therapeutic ultrasound, shock wave therapy, total body vibration) and therapeutic exercise (including EquiCore System, Underwater Treadmill)
- Additional Information
Instructor(s) Andris Kaneps, Chris Kawack, Jennifer Brooks, Kevin Haussler, Steve Adair Prerequisites
Equine I: Online lecture Series must be completed prior to attending this lab.
June 18 - 24, 2018 - (Monday - Sunday) - LAB ONLY
8:00 am - 5:00 pm (each day)
- Breakfast, Breaks and Lunches are included.
- Park in C or N Lots only - Parking is free but you must pick-up parking pass at registration. Be sure you complete and return parking pass form prior to arriving on campus so it's ready for pick-up at registration
- 2.6 miles to downtown Knoxville, TN (approx. 7 minute ride)
- 11.7 miles to TYS - McGhee Tyson Airport in Knoxville, TN
AAVSB RACE Approved
Program Approval Number 120-17085
Number of Hours of CE:
- Veterinarians: 48 hours
- Veterinary Technicians: 48 hours
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