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International specialist congress for equine health
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The first international, virtual specialist equine health congress offers three days of pure specialist knowledge. Worldwide leading scientists will report on the latest findings from research on horses, always keeping an eye on practical relevance. Keynote speaker Prof. (em) Chris Pollitt will give an update on latest results from laminitis research. “Bone lady” Sharon May Davis will talk on Equine Complex Vertebral Malformation (ECVM), or the Congenital Malformation of the 6th and 7th Cervical Vertebrae. The main topics also include fascia research and therapy as Prof. Vibeke Sodring-Elbrond, European leading scientist in equine fascia research, is presenting on the equine myofascial lines and Liza Kimble (South Africa) will transfer Vibekes results into Equine Fascia and Trauma Therapy. Topics are also Equine gut microbiota, Equine Welfare in Training with focus an learning theory and stress behavior and many more.
A congress that is just as interesting for veterinarians, physiotherapists and osteopaths as it is for farriers, feeding experts, saddlers and behavioral researchers.
All prerecorded talks will be available for at least 7 days. Many speakers als offer the chance for a live talk for Q&A sessions (all times CET).
All Day (Wednesday)