|Date:||Fri 1st Dec 2017 - Sat 2nd Dec 2017|
|Venue:||Pferdeklinik in Parsdorf, near Munich|
|Location:||Southern Germany (Munich Airport)|
|Total Available Places:||28|
|Accredited Hours:||17 ATF Hours (confirmed)|
|Course Language:||English (German Moderation)|
|Price: (net price, no tax will be added)*||
|Early Booking Deadline:||Monday 23rd October 2017|
|Registration Deadline:||Thursday 30th November 2017|
* VAT (= MWST/MOMS/SALES TAX) will only be added for certain UK vets attending courses abroad and for all attendees when attending courses in the UK.
Please be aware that there are only a limited number of BEVA spaces available.
Conditions affecting the back, pelvis and sacroiliac region are common in the horse and can cause pain, poor performance and lameness. Over the past decade the axial skeleton has been extensively researched; this new knowledge combined with recently published retrospective studies have shed light on these previously poorly understood problems. This 2-day practical course is suitable for veterinarians from mixed and equine practice who are keen to update their knowledge on the pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis and up-to-date therapy of back, pelvic and sacroiliac problems in the horse.
This course is suitable for RCVS Modules: B-EP.3; C-E.4; C-E.6; C-E.7; C-E.15; C-E.17; C-VDI.5
Switzerland, United Kingdom
European, American & RCVS Specialist in Equine Surgery and Orthopaedics
Emmanuel qualified from the University of Bern, Switzerland in 1998 and went on to perform a Large Animal Internship at the University of Minnesota, USA followed by a Large Animal Surgery Residency (surgical specialisation) at Cornell University in New York. He became a Diplomate of the American and European College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2004.
Following his residency he worked as an equine surgeon in private practice in New York and Switzerland before accepting the position as Head of the Orthopaedic Department at the Bell Equine Veterinary Clinic in Kent, England in 2005. In March 2009 he was appointed Head of the Equine Hospital and University Equine Surgeon at The Queen's Veterinary School Hospital of the University of Cambridge. Emmanuel is now working as a Consultant for Equine Orthopaedics for private equine clinics in East Anglia and the Southeast of England with a focus on lameness and performance diagnostics/therapeutics and orthopaedic surgery. Emmanuel has published several clinical articles in peer-reviewed veterinary journals and lectures regularly at national and international courses/conferences on equine orthopaedics.
European & RCVS Specialist in Equine Surgery
Graham qualified from the University of Bristol with Honours in 1979. He then spent 8 years in equine practice in Wendover, Newmarket, Arundel, and Oxfordshire including a stud season in New Zealand. Whilst in practice Graham studied for and gained a Certificate in Orthopaedics (CertEO) and a Diploma in Stud Medicine (DESM) from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. In 1987 he became a Lecturer in Equine Surgery and Reproduction at Glasgow University. Whilst at Glasgow, Graham obtained a PhD by thesis on Neonatal Foal Ophthalmology and a Fellowship of the RCVS by examination in 1994. Graham then joined the University of Edinburgh as a Senior Lecturer in Large animal surgery in 1994. In 1997 he became a member of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons (ECVS) by examination. He then set up a private equine consultancy practice based on the Scottish Borders in 1998 and currently consults in clinics in Scotland and northern England, and occasionally in Europe. He has furthermore been a Visiting University Equine Surgeon at Cambridge Veterinary School from 2007-2009 and in 2011.
Graham is interested in all areas of Surgery esp. Orthopaedics and General Soft Tissue Surgery. His interests however also include Diagnostic Imaging and Ophthalmology. Graham has been lecturing extensively across the UK and also in Europe and is an Editor for Equus Vetstream. Graham has published over 60 referred papers and book chapters and is one of the editors of the book ‘Clinical Equine Medicine, Surgery and Reproduction’. He has furthermore been the team vet for the British Driving Team from 1994-2000 and for the British Dressage and British Vaulting Teams in 2002. Graham was also a FEI veterinary delegate at the Athens 2004 Olympics.Full details
United KingdomMore Info
Kay has been a saddler since 1967, when she commenced her training with Bliss & Co., a quality saddlery manufacturer based in the City of London. She started her own business in 1970, mainly manufacturing bridles, saddlery accessories, and also selling saddles. At this time she was regularly competing in show jumping competitions up to grade A level, and also competing in dressage and horse trials. She became interested in the influence of the fit of the saddle on the performance of horses and began concentrating on saddle fitting, which in the ‘70s was a ‘new’ (recycled) idea. There was no training available so by practice and experimentation she learned what works, and what does not. She also developed some modifications, such as the ‘Thoroughbred Panel’, which today are in general use. When the English Society of Master Saddlers perceived that there was a great demand for training of saddle fitters they introduced the ‘Qualified Fitters Course’, and Kay was invited to be one of the lecturers on it. She also wrote the Society of Master Saddler’s course notes on saddle fitting.
Kay has taught on these courses since their inception, currently as lead lecturer. She has regularly updated the notes and seen the course develop into an internationally recognised qualification. She also regularly teaches internationally, including the USA and Holland. Because of her teaching involvement, Kay has many visitors from overseas who come to spend some time working with her to gain practical experience in this field.
When not teaching, she runs her own business in Scotland, exclusively fitting saddles for professional and amateur riders across a wide range of disciplines.Full details
The NetherlandsMore Info
Henk graduated from Utrecht University, The Netherlands, in 1988. He spent the six years that followed working in two equine clinics in the north and southwest of The Netherlands. In 1994, Henk joined Lingehoeve Diergeneeskunde equine referral hospital in the heart of the Netherlands as equine veterinarian in the ambulatory practice. Since 2000, he has specialised in orthopaedics including lameness exams, pre-purchase exams and diagnostic imaging (radiology, ultrasound, scintygraphy and contrast CT). Henk gained his ISELP certification in 2008.Full details
Location for lectures
Landlust Wirtshaus am Reitsberger Hof
Baldhamer Str. 99
The practical sessions will take place at the Pferdeklinik in Parsdorf.
LOCATION DETAILS AND HOTEL RECOMMENDATIONS
Distance from Munich Airport: approx. 47.7 km
IMPORTANT WHEN USING A SATNAV: If your satnav does not find the name "Vaterstettener Weg" in the town "Parsdorf" use "Vaterstetten“ as the town name.
Munich - Passau - Salzburg - Nürnberg - Stuttgart
Motorway A94 towards Passau, Exit Parsdorf (1st Exit after ‚Kreuz München Ost’, A99)
At the round about go towards Parsdorf (3rd Exit)
When entering Parsdorf turn left after the church (in a sharp right bend) towards Hergolding/Baldham. Leave Parsdorf, across the roundabout and turn right after 600 m into Vaterstettener Weg, follow road to clinic. (signposted for Pferdeklinik).
B304 Wasserburgerlandstr. towards Munich, take exit Wolfesing Purfing, towards Wolfesing/Purfing, in Wolfesing turn left after estate towards Weißenfeld, through the wood, turn right after ca 3 km towards Hergolding. Go through Hergolding fahren, turn left after 600 m after leaving the village ito Vaterstettener Weg, follow road to clinic. (signposted for Pferdeklinik).
Munich airport is half an hour dirve from the clinic. There is public transport to a train station in the next village. From the airport take the S8 towards Ostbahnhof, then change into S2 to Grub. From Grub it is a short taxi ride.
Best Western Hotel Erb **
Posthalterring 1, 85599 Parsdorf bei München. Tel: +49 (0) 89 99 11 00
Distance from clinic 1.6 km
Rooms from €60
ARCUS Hotel *** in Weißenfeld
Distance from clinic 2.5 km
Rooms from €69
Hotel Stanglwirt **** in Neufahrn
Bärbel Fauth-Stangl, Münchener Straße 1, 85646 Neufarn bei Anzing. Tel: 089 90 50 10. Telefax: 089 90 50 13 63. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Distance from clinic 4 km
Rooms from €65
Pension Krug in Hergolding
Waldstraße 15, 85599 Hergolding. Tel: 089 99 02 200. Telefax: 089 99 02 20 26. Email: Pension-zum-Krug@web.de
Distance from clinic 1.3 km
Rooms from €45
BADER HOTELBETRIEBS GMBH
Heimstettener Straße 12, 85599 Parsdorf. Tel: 089 24 41 54 70. Fax : 089 24 41 54 77 7. Email: email@example.com
Distance from clinic 1.7 km
Rooms from €70