ISELP to Livestream Equine Hind Limb and Hock Module

Members can register for the June 6-7 event in Turin, Italy, and view the broadcast at their convenience.
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Join the International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP) for its Hock and Crus Livestream direct from Turin, Italy, June 6-7, 2024. This unique opportunity is available to equine sports medicine veterinarians who are members of ISELP. Participants will receive an advanced video of the anatomy portion prior to the broadcast, sent digitally to all registrants. A dedicated email will be established for registrants to ask questions in real time. This livestream will be credited as part of the ISELP Certification process, and participants will receive approximately 14 Hours of CE Credit for the course.

The Hock and Crus Module

The Hock and Crus module uses background knowledge and clinical case presentations as well as demonstrations to explore some of the most common conditions of the hind limb that practitioners deal with in everyday practice. 

Conditions reviewed include proximal and distal hock joint conditions including interosseus enthesopathies and collateral desmopathies, periarticular conditions such as plantar tarsal sheath syndrome, and common calcanean tendinopathy as well as cranial and caudal crus conditions. Special emphasis is placed on the rehabilitation and the rational corrective shoeing of the different conditions using kinesitherapic shoes.


Speakers include:

  • Dr. Erik Bergman
  • Dr. Kurt Selberg
  • Dr. Barbara Riccio
  • Dr. Aude Heitzmann 
  • Dr. Giorgio Ricardi
  • Dr. Michaël Dancot 
  • Dr. Maarten Oosterlinck
  • Dr. Jean-Marc Betsch 
  • Dr. Hélène Pasquet

Learn more and register here.

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