|Date:||Fri 6th Sep 2019 - Sat 7th Sep 2019|
|Venue:||Landlust Wirtshaus am Reitsberger Hof & Pferdeklinik in Parsdorf|
|Location:||near Munich, Southern Germany (Munich Airport)|
|Accredited Hours:||15 ATF Hours (to be confirmed)|
|Course Language:||English (German Moderation)|
|Price: (net price, no tax will be added)*||
|Early Booking Deadline:||Sunday 28th July 2019|
|Registration Deadline:||Friday 9th August 2019|
* 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.
This course was developed to provide attendees with the theoretical knowledge and the practical skills of ultrasound image acquisition and interpretation of the upper front- and hindlimbs, the poll, neck, withers, back and pelvis. It is suitable for vets from equine or mixed practice who are keen to further develop their equine ultrasound expertise. This course covers the following topics systematically and via highly illustrated lectures:
The panel of internationally renowned speakers/instructors has a wealth of experience and will share common diagnostic pitfalls, erroneous image interpretations, practical tips and pearls of wisdom open and honestly with the attendees. After lunch, 7 hours of practical sessions in small groups (2 – 4 vets per ultrasound machine) between both afternoons, which will provide the attendees with the opportunity to ask questions and to put their existing and newly acquired knowledge into practice, on both live horses and cadavers. The following anatomical regions will be covered during the practical sessions, supervised by the specialists: Shoulder joint & bicipital bursa, stifle joint region, poll & neck, withers & back, percutaneous ultrasound of hip & pelvis and transrectal ultrasound of the lumbosacroiliac region & pelvis.
The course fee includes hot lunches, coffee/tea breaks, a 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). On the evening of the first day all attendees are invited to attend the wine & cheese reception. Early course registration is recommended as there are only a limited number of places available due to the highly practical nature of this course.
This course is suitable for RCVS Modules: B-EP.3; C-E.6; C-E.7; C-E.15; C-EP.17
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
European Specialist in Equine Surgery
David qualified from University College Dublin in 2003, before travelling to New York where he worked for four years in equine veterinary practice. Subsequently returning to Ireland he established his own equine ambulatory practice, focusing on imaging and treatment of equine athletes. David is a European Specialist in Equine Surgery and his main area of interest is orthopaedic surgery and lameness. He completed an equine surgery residency programme at University College Dublin before successfully passing the ECVS examination in February 2017. David moved to the UK in June 2016 where he worked for a year as the surgeon in the Western Counties Equine Hospital in Devon. Before moving to the Philip Leverhulme Equine Hosptial, David spent a year as the surgeon in Bourton Vale Equine Clinic, near Cheltenham. His most recent research involves investigating ultrasound-guided sacroiliac and cervical facet injection techniques. He has published work in the fields of joint surgery and synovial sepsis.Full details
United StatesMore Info
Dr. Wade Tenney completed his veterinary studies at Colorado State University. He then went on to do an equine private practice internship at Littleton Equine Medical Center where he stayed on for an additional two years as an associate veterinarian. He then joined B.W. Furlong and Associates in Oldwick, New Jersey where he practiced as an ambulatory/clinic veterinarian with a strong focus on reproduction and nuclear scintigraphy. In 2005, Dr. Tenney completed a 1 year fellowship in Large Animal Ultrasound with Dr. Mary Beth Whitcomb and Dr. Betsy Vaughan at the University of California, Davis. Following his fellowship, Dr. Tenney joined Steinbeck Country Equine Clinic on California’s beautiful central coast. During this time he worked as a general practitioner with a strong focus on sports medicine and ultrasound. He also provided care to clients at the HITS Thermal Horse Show during the winter months. In April of 2013, Dr. Tenney joined the Large Animal Ultrasound Department at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. At the Hospital for Large Animals, Dr. Tenney works closely with the Sports Medicine, Internal Medicine and General Surgery services, providing diagnostic ultrasound services to horses throughout the Northeast. Dr. Tenney also spends the winter months at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Florida providing ultrasound consultations for performance horses in south Florida.Full details
Landlust Wirtshaus am Reitsberger Hof
Baldhamer Str. 99
Phone: +49 8106 3795917
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
“Great balance between theory & practical wetlabs, interesting speakers of high quality, not exclusive to specialist vets, but suitable for all.”
Folke Rohrssen, Cahir, Ireland - Back, Sacroiliac & Pelvic Problems of the Horse course, Finland
“Good lectures, very well organized and I am very pleased with the knowledge that I gained.”
Malin K. Austnes, Wroclaw, Poland - Back, Sacroiliac & Pelvic Problems of the Horse course
“Very user friendly, quite informal, a lot packed in two days but brilliant content. Learnt loads, and increased my confidence. Would highly recommend.”
Phil Richards, Mendip Way Equine clinic, Bristol, UK - Back, Sacroiliac & Pelvic Problems of the Horse course
“Lots of detailed information with great correlating wetlabs and hands on learning experience.”
Michelle Wiberg, Sunrise Equine Veterinary Services, Minnesota, USA - Axial Skeleton & Upper Limb Ultrasound course