Musculoskeletal Ultrasound for Equine Practitioners – A 2-Day Practical Course


Date: Fri 5th Nov 2021 - Sat 6th Nov 2021
Venue: Bjerke Dyrehospital, Oslo
Location: Southern Norway (Oslo Gardermoen or Rygge Airport)
Contact Hours: 15 hours
Course Language: English (Norwegian Moderation)
Price:
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ATTENDEE TYPE LECTURES ONLY LECTURES & PRACTICAL SESSIONS
Qualified Vet NOK 4900.00
NOK 5400.00
NOK 9800.00
NOK 10800.00
2nd vet, same clinic NOK 4650.00
NOK 5150.00
NOK 9300.00
NOK 10250.00
Veterinary Student NOK 980.00
NOK 1100.00
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Intern/Resident (Requires Certification from Clinic) NOK 2700.00
NOK 2700.00
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Vet & Vet Tech (L&P both) -
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NOK 17700.00
NOK 19500.00
Vet L&P / Tech L-only NOK 14200.00
NOK 15700.00
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Early Booking Deadline: Sunday 3rd October 2021
Registration Deadline: Friday 8th October 2021
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* 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.

 
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Fri 5 - Sat 6 November 2021 - A 2-Day Practical Course

 

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course has been designed to equip the equine practitioners with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed to make the most of their abilities and ultrasound machine, in the diagnosis and treatment of frequently encountered equine musculoskeletal conditions affecting the frontlimb, hindlimb and the neck. This course is suitable for all vets aiming to improve their knowledge and skills in this area, as the practical sessions will be adapted to the attendees’ skill levels.

The course will run over two days, with a focus on highly illustrated lectures which will be systematically approached:

  • How to get the most out of your ultrasound machine
  • Ultrasonographic Anatomy and Conditions of the Heel & Pastern 
  • Digital Flexor Tendon Sheath & Annular Ligament
  • Fetlock Joint Region
  • Flexor Tendons & Check Ligaments
  • Suspensory Ligament – Frontlimb vs. Hindlimb
  • Elbow & Shoulder Joint
  • Tarsus & Tarsal Sheath  
  • Stifle Joint Region
  • Hip Joint & Pelvis
  • The Neck

The speakers will be sharing invaluable tips/tricks and pearls of wisdom with the attendees during the 7 hours of practical sessions in small groups (2 – 4 vets per ultrasound machine) on live horses.  Each attendee will be able to extensively hone his/her practical skills at the following practical stations:  

  • Machine Set-Up 
  • Ultrasound of the Heel & Pastern                          
  • Digital Flexor Tendon Sheath & Fetlock Region                                                   
  • Flexor Tendons & Check Ligaments                                
  • Suspensory Ligament – Frontlimb vs. Hindlimb
  • Tarsus & Tarsal Sheath                                                              
  • Stifle Joint Region

The course fee includes hot lunches, coffee/tea breaks, the wine & cheese reception, extensive electronic course notes and a certificate of attendance. Attendees can choose to only attend the lectures (= Lectures Only) on this course or can register for the entire course (= Lectures & Practical Sessions).   Early course registration is recommended as there are only a limited number of places available due to the highly practical nature of this course.

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    Marcus Head
    BVetMed, MRCVS

    United Kingdom

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    Marcus Head requires no introduction in the field of equine lameness and poor performance. Marcus joined Rossdales & Partners in Newmarket in 1996, initially concentrating on the racecourse side of the practice.

    In 2004 he became responsible for running their renowned Equine Diagnostic Centre, overseeing orthopaedic referrals from a wide variety of equine disciplines and pursuing his interest in diagnostic imaging, lameness and poor performance investigations.

    Marcus has authored articles in peer-reviewed journals and contributed to textbooks on scintigraphy, ultrasonography, back problems and lameness. He is a past winner of the British Equine Veterinary Association’s Richard Hartley Clinical Prize and has delivered lectures around the world.

    Since 2017, Marcus has spent time working with racehorses in Australia and has been in private practice in Leicestershire. Joining Tower Equine in July 2019, Marcus will be available to investigate the full range of client lameness and poor performance cases and will be a great asset to our existing Tower Equine veterinary team.

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    Roger Smith
    MA, VetMB, PhD, DEO, Dipl.ECVSMR, Dipl.ECVS, FRCVS

    United Kingdom

    RCVS and European Specialist in Equine Surgery (Orthopaedics)
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    Roger Smith is Professor of Equine Orthopaedics at the Royal Veterinary College, London, UK. He qualified as a veterinary surgeon from Cambridge University (UK) in 1987, having obtained a First for his undergraduate degree and a Cambridge Blue at swimming. After 2 years in practice, he returned to academia to undertake further clinical training as a Resident in Equine Studies at the Royal Veterinary College. Following his residency, he undertook a 3 year research project culminating in the award of a PhD for his studies on the extracellular matrix of equine tendon.

    He remained at the Royal Veterinary College, first as a Lecturer in Equine Surgery, then as Senior Lecturer in Equine Surgery before his appointment as Professor in Equine Orthopaedics in December 2003.

    He holds the Diploma of Equine Orthopaedics from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and is a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Specialist in Equine Surgery. He is a Diplomate of the European Colleges of Veterinary Surgeons and Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, and is also a Large Animal Associate of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging.

    In 2016, he was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons for meritorious contribution to knowledge and was elected to president of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons in July 2017.

    He divides his time between running a specialist orthopaedic referral service within the Royal Veterinary College, where he is involved in lameness diagnostics, imaging and orthopaedic surgery, and continuing to direct research into equine tendon disease. His principal research interests are understanding the pathogenesis of tendon disease, diagnostics for tendon and ligament disease, and stem cell therapy for tendons in both horses and humans.

    He is married to a medical doctor and has two sons.

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    Andy Fiske-Jackson
    BVSc, MVetMed, FHEA, Dipl.ECVS, MRCVS

    United Kingdom

    European Specialist in Equine Surgery
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    Andy qualified from the University of Liverpool, UK in 2004. He initially spent three months working for the Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad, a charity caring for working equids, in Morocco. He then spent two years working for a mixed practice doing predominantly farm and equine work. In July 2006 he undertook an eighteen month internship at the Liphook Equine Hospital after which he spent a further six months working as a first opinion equine ambulatory vet for the same practice. In July 2008 he started a residency in equine surgery at the Royal Veterinary College and went on to join the surgical team at the College where he currently works. He became a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons in February 2012. Andy has published several articles in peer reviewed publications and presented at various national and international meetings. His research interests include digital flexor tendon sheath pathology, mesenchymal stem cell application in superficial digital flexor tendonitis and the role of back pain in poor performance.

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Course Program

 
Bjerke Dyrehospital, Oslo

Venue

Bjerke Dyrehospital
Refstadveien 1
Oslo
0589

CONTACT DETAILS FOR CLINIC

Bjerke Dyrehospital
Refstadveien 1
Oslo
0589

 

DIRECTIONS

Travelling by car – Please consult the maps below:
http://kart.gulesider.no/m/IoCuo

Travelling by Public Transport

From Gardermoen Airport:

Take the train to Oslo Sentralstasjon (main train station) and then take bus # 31 from Jernbanetorget (large square in front of the train station) to Bjerke.  The journy takes 45 – 50  minutes.

Alternatively, take bus Flybussekspressen, followed by bus F1 towards Majorstuen and exit at Bjerke bus stop.  The journy takes 45 minutes.

From Torp Airport:

Take the Torpekspressen bus to the main bus terminal in the centre of Oslo.  From the bus terminal walk to Jernbanetorget (large square in front of the train station) and take the # 31 bus to Bjerke.  

From Oslo Sentralstation

Take Bus # 31 from Jernbanetorget (large square in front of the train station) and exit at Bjerke.  

Please consult the following website to plan your journey by public transports (including airport shuttles) from anywhere within Norway:   www.trafikanten.no

 

NEARBY AIRPORTS

Distance from Oslo Gardermoen Airport: approx. 44.5 km

Distance from Rygge Airport: approx. 71.6 km

 

NEARBY HOTELS

Thon Hotel Linne

Statsråd Mathiesens vei

 12, 0517 Oslo. 

Tel: +47 (0) 23 17 00 00.

 Fax: +47 (0) 23 17 00 01. 

Email: linne@thonhotels.no

 

1.4 km distance

 

 

Rooms from NOK 795

 

 

Quality Hotel 33 

Østre Aker vei, 

0581 Oslo. 

Tel: +47 (0)  23 19 33 33

Fax: + 47 (0) 23 19 33 34

Email:q.hotel33@choice.no

3.4 km distance

Rooms from NOK 780

Smarthotel Oslo

St. Olavs gate 26, Sentrum, 

0166 Oslo. 

Tel: +47 415 36 500. 

Email:  post.oslo@smarthotel.no

6 km distance

Rooms from NOK 670

 

 

“Excellent overview of mid-distal ultrasound with very informative speakers and plenty of hands on learning, to compliment the lectures.”

Attendee, United States - Ultrasound of the Mid-Distal Limb and Stifle for Equine Practitioners course

“Very informative. Loved having the instructors demonstrate and then assist us. Great ratio of attendees/ultrasound machines/instructors. Great quality machines too.”

Kristen Hampshire, Sierra Valley Large Animal Vet Services, Chilcoot USA - Ultrasound of the Mid-Distal Limb for Equine Practitioners course

“Very good course. Exactly what I, as a practitioner, can use tomorrow when I go back to work.”

Josh Harper, Clover Valley Veterinary Services, Port Orchard, USA - Ultrasound of the Mid-Distal Limb for Equine Practitioners course

“An excellent opportunity to learn new skills with top notch professional and patient teaching. Thank you!”

Jamie Doerr, Doerr To Door Veterinary Services LLC, Orlando, USA - Ultrasound of the Mid-Distal Limb for Equine Practitioners course

 
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