Basic Anatomy of the Equine Neck and Back

Dr. Kevin Haussler of Colorado State University describes the skeletal and soft tissues structures of the equine neck and back and what can go wrong with them.
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Basic Anatomy of the Equine Neck and Back
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Dr. Kevin Haussler of Colorado State University describes the skeletal and soft tissues structures of the equine neck and back and what can go wrong with them.

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Dr. Kevin Haussler of Colorado State University describes the skeletal and soft tissues structures of the equine neck and back and what can go wrong with them.4/2/2019 18:05

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Kevin K. Haussler, DVM, DC, PhD, Dipl. ACVSMR, graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1988 before completing a small animal internship. To further his training in conservatively managing spinal-related disorders, he pursued human training at Palmer College of Chiropractic-West and completed a veterinary chiropractic certification program in 1993. He completed his PhD, focusing on spinal pathology and pelvic biomechanics in Thoroughbred racehorses, from the University of California, Davis, and then studied equine spinal kinematics at Cornell University. While at Cornell, he directed the newly formed large and small animal Integrative Medicine Service. Currently, Haussler is an associate professor at the Colorado State University (CSU) Orthopaedic Research Center, where he’s involved in teaching, clinical duties, and researching. He is a charter diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation and a course instructor for the Equine Rehabilitation Certification course, co-branded by the University of Tennessee and CSU.

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