AAEP Announces 2017 Continuing Education Opportunities

Meeting topics include colic, dentistry, the hind suspensory ligament and stifle, and more.
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Equine practitioners can invest in practical veterinary knowledge in diverse areas of equine medicine through a slate of continuing education events in 2017, sponsored by the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP).

The schedule includes two Focus meetings, which present the latest evidence-based knowledge within a specific area of medicine; a 360° meeting that combines lectures and wet labs into an intensive “boot camp” experience; and the 63rd Annual Convention in San Antonio, Texas.

360° Diagnosing, Imaging, and Treating the Hind Suspensory and Stifle: Everything You Need to Know or Want to Know
July 9-12 at Colorado State University in Fort Collins
Meeting sponsors are Boehringer, Dechra, and Sound

In sport horses, hind suspensory and stifle injuries are common but often underdiagnosed. At the AAEP’s 360° Diagnosing, Imaging, and Treating the Hind Suspensory and Stifle, attendees will take part in interactive, small-group training that employs a holistic approach to identifying and resolving lameness in these areas

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