ISELP 2019 Educational Offerings

The International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP) has created a full schedule of educational events for 2019.


The International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP) has created a full schedule of educational events for 2019. ISELP leaders pride themselves on, “Providing superior educational offerings to the equine veterinary sports medicine community since 2006” 

Here is the schedule of global ISELP offerings in 2019:

  • February 14-16 in Phoenix, Arizona. ISELP and Midwestern University will partner in bringing education on the topic of Hind Proximal Suspensory & Distal Hind Limb 
  • April 11-13 Kent, United Kingdom. A program held at Bell Equine Veterinary Clinic will cover the topic of Foot & Pastern 
  • May 7-8 Menlo Park, California. A program held at Peninsula Equine Medical Center will offer an Advanced Course—Neck & Back 

  • May 9-11 Menlo Park, California. An additional program will be offered at Peninsula Equine Medical Center covering Stifle & Thigh 

  • June 13-15 Merlino, Italy. A program at Cascina Gufa will cover Fetlock, Tendon, PSL, Carpus 

  • August 15-17-Newtown, Connecticut. A program at Fairfield Equine Associates will cover Hock & Crus 

  • September 5-7 Heesch, The Netherlands. This program at the Sporthorse Medical Diagnostic Centre will cover Neck & Back 

  • October 8-10 Lexington, Kentucky. This program held at Spy Coast Farms will cover Pelvis 

  • October 11-13 Lexington, Kentucky. This program will be the ISELP Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation Module

  • October 17-19 Boissy Saint Leger, France. A program at Clinique de Grosbois will cover the Proximal Forelimb & Neck Connection 

Additional one- and two-day ISELP educational offerings will be added to the schedule throughout the year. Please check on the ISELP website for the most up-to-date information.

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