A Three Dimensional Approach to the Assessment and Treatment of the Equine Body and Hoof
Schedule is as follows:
Monique Craig – Understanding the 3D bone-referenced trim approach and hoof asymmetry.
Tami Elkayam – The foundation of motion in the horse: understanding motion through evolution and identifying dysfunction in motion.
John Craig – What is Metron-IQ software — and how and why to use it.
Monique Craig – Demonstration of the 3D bone-referenced trim. Hands on practice for students to palpate the hoof and use an interactive 3D model as an aid to assess the hoof in 3 dimensions.
Tami Elkayam – The foundation of equine assessment: how to look at the horse in 3 dimensions.
John Craig – The importance of accurate documentation, how to take correct images and use Metron-IQ to create comprehensive reports.
Monique Craig – Understanding capsular deformity and distortion of the hoof.
Tami Elkayam – Understanding fascial remodeling and how to reprogram the neuro feedback to encourage fascial remodeling.
John Craig – Some physics ‘basics’ of the 3D world and motion.
Monique Craig – Trimming clinic – How much to trim – where and why?
Tami Elkayam – Basic first aid body work to help restore the planes of motion.
*If you are a professional that requires or would like to collect accreditation for attending the seminar please let us know what registration.
Price of registration per participant – $499
Participants will receive 10% of all products and tools at the clinic.
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