Bingen / Waldalgesheim, September 25 to 27, 2020
Friday, September 25, theory
- 9:00 – Lame or not lame: Gait evaluation at the walk, trot on the straight and circles at hard and soft grounds.
- 10:45 – Coffee break
- 11:15 – Diagnostic anesthesia’s: Which one for what and how.
- 12:30 – Lunch
- 13:30 – Flexion tests: Which one for what and how.
- 15:30 – Coffee break
- 16:00 – Ultrasonographic examination of the limbs
- 18:00 – End
Saturday, September 26, wet-labs
- 9:00 – Diagnostic anesthesia´s on cadaver limbs
- 11:30 – Clinical lameness examination
Participants will evaluate with the instructors the gait of lame horses, the effect of flexion tests and diagnostic blocks. Further diagnostic anesthesia´s will be practiced on cadaver limbs so that all participants have the chance to get confidence in this procedure.
- 18:30 -End
- 18:45 – Barbecue
Sunday, September 27, wet-labs
- 8:45 – Ultrasound and radiography: Participants will be divided in 2 groups and ultrasound and radiography themselves. Own equipment is very welcome!
- 10:30 – Coffee break
- 11:00 – Ultrasound and radiography
- 13:00 – Lunch
- 14:00 – Ultrasound and radiography
- 16:00 – End
Locations and dates:
September 26 and 27 in Tierklinik Binger Wald,
Hofgut Kreling · 55425 Waldalgesheim, Germany;
Other hotels through: http://www.bingen.de/
Nearest airports: Frankfurt am Main (FRA) and Frankfurt-Hahn (http://www.flyhahn.com); However, Cologne/Bonn (CGN) and Düsseldorf (DUS) are good choices too because from there it is rather easy to get to Bingen by train and the hotel is within 10 minutes walking distance from the railway station (Hauptbahnhof) Bingen. In the case that you like to take a taxi and there is none at the train station, then call +49 (0) 6721 356 49
We care for transport from downtown Bingen (hotel NH Bingen to the clinic and back on all days)
graduated from Cambridge University, United Kingdom. She was Head of Clinical Orthopedics at the Animal Health Trust in Newmarket, England for many years until 2018 and is now an independent consultant for in-depth orthopedic evaluations and pre-purchase examinations of horses. She is a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Specialist in Equine Orthopedics, a European Specialist in Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation and Associate of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging. Sue has also ridden at top British level in Eventing and Show Jumping and has trained horses that have competed at the Olympics and World Championships.