During the Integrative Imaging for Lameness Diagnosis & Treatment track of the AAEP’s Summer Focus Conference & Labs, you’ll expand your knowledge and ability to image core regions of the horse to identify lesion locations and normal anatomy.
You’ll return to practice with an improved ability to pinpoint lameness issues in the hind limb, cervical and thoracolumbar regions of your clients’ horses so that the focus can shift to rehabilitation and the road to recovery.
The program will conclude with an optional half-day of wet labs at nearby North Carolina State University. In small groups, you’ll rotate through four hour-long lab stations devoted to ultrasound-guided needle placement, ultrasound of the hind proximal metatarsus, ultrasound of the stifle and ultrasound of the back.
The two-day lecture portion of this meeting provides attendees with 17.5 CE hours; those who also participate in the wet labs receive 21.5 CE hours. Complete educational program and registration information is available below.
Whether you’re starting a new ambulatory practice or have worn out multiple sets of tires on your truck, the Field Skills for Road Warriors track of the AAEP’s Summer Focus Conference & Labs will impart experience-based strategies for managing a profitable mobile practice and efficiently treating the assortment of medical conditions encountered in the field.
You’ll strengthen client relations with practical take-home knowledge in the areas of lameness, problem mares, neonatal foals, dermatology, ophthalmology, field endoscopy, preventative care and more.
The program will conclude with an optional wet labs day at nearby North Carolina State University that will provide hands-on application of lecture concepts and procedures. In small groups, you’ll rotate through four lab stations, practicing techniques essential to administration of proper care for respiratory, ophthalmology, reproduction and lameness conditions.
The two-day lecture portion of this meeting provides attendees with 16.5 CE hours; those who also participate in the wet labs receive 23.5 CE hours. Complete educational program and registration information is available below.
Are you seeking hands-on experience to further develop your equine skills? Join us for the Clinical Techniques for Veterinary Students track of the AAEP's Summer Focus Conference & Labs, to be held June 24-26 in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Day 1 will feature skills-based dry labs in three core clinical areas. That same day, attendees will participate in professional development sessions designed to help you pursue a career in equine practice.
On Days 2 & 3, students will choose sessions from the two tracks offered to veterinarians during the Focus event: Integrative Imaging for Lameness Diagnosis & Treatment and Field Skills for Road Warriors.
View the educational programs for Tracks 1 and 2, register for the meeting or make your hotel reservation using the buttons below.