BEVA Neck, Back and Pelvic Problems in the Horse

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About the course

This two day course is suitable for veterinarians from mixed and equine practice who are seeking to update their knowledge of the axial skeleton which cause important clinical problems in the horse and pony. 

With the use of highly illustrated lectures, case based discussion groups, open discussions, imaging quizzes, video presentation combined with a practical on saddle fitting; this course has been designed to help veterinarians gain the very latest ideas of aetiology, identification, treatment and prognosis of the common problems of the neck, back and pelvis. 

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