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Session One Online 25 hours

The Substrates & Rehab Tools:

  • Welcome and course overview
  • Muscle function -Confirmed
  • Muscle architecture -Confirmed
  • Muscle length and balance -Confirmed
  • Tendon architecture and pathology -Confirmed
  • Tendon response to injury -Confirmed
  • Tendon healing, treatment and rehab -Confirmed
  • Joint architecture and pathology
  • Bone Basics
  • Bone Growth and Repair
  • Normal movement -Confirmed
  • Habitual gait patterns -Confirmed
  • Equine Strength and Proprioceptive Training
  • Equine Conditioning
  • Intro to Equine Rehabilitation
  • Laser -Confirmed
  • Laser -Confirmed
  • Laser -Confirmed
  • Vibe plate -Confirmed
  • Hyperbaric I
  • Hyperbaric II
  • PEMF
  • Cases
  • Static and Dynamic exam -Confirmed
  • Acupuncture -Confirmed
  • Spinal manipulation -Confirmed

Session Two On-site 30 Hours

Physiology, Monitoring, Training & Tools:

  • Muscle physiology & pathology
  • Conditioning muscle & the athlete
  • Cardiac architecture and function
  • Cardiology
  • Monitoring during training
  • Conditioning the athlete
  • Cold therapy and salt water spa
  • Heat therapy and stretching
  • Role of PTs
  • Training tools resistance bands and kinesiotaping
  • Athletic adaptations
  • Conditioning Plans

Wet Labs:

  • Static and dynamic exam
  • Acoustic myography demo
  • Laser and therapeutic ultrasound
  • Laser and PEMF
  • Heat and cold therapy, kinesiotape, resistance bands, Laser, Exam

Session Three Online 25 Hours

Movement Assessment & Injury, Rehab Tools:

  • Pain
  • Sequale of pain
  • Fascia
  • In-series anatomy
  • Anatomy Trains
  • Biomechanics I/Dynamic stability
  • Movement compensations & assessment 
  • Jumping/turning/acceleration & deceleration/collection
  • Etiology of injury
  • Cervical dysfunction
  • Thoracolumbar Function and dysfunction
  • The middle compartment
  • Counteracting confinement/Deconditioning
  • Intro to Tui-na
  • Trigger points
  • Shaping
  • Raising an athletic foal
  • Young horse in training
  • Nutrition/Food therapy
  • UWT, conditioning and rehab
  • Swimming
  • Rehab 

Session Four On-site 26 Hours

Rehab Process & Tools:

  • Hoof structure
  • Assessing hoof balance
  • Corrections to hoof balance
  • Vet-farrier relations
  • Saddle fit 
  • Pads and girths
  • Cases 
  • Running an equine rehab facility
  • Integrating Equine Rehab into practice

Wet Labs:

  • Hoof balance and corrections, Tui-na, Fascial therapy, movement assessment
  • Saddle Fit, Patient Assessment, Therapeutic Exercises
  • Written Exam

Syllabus and Instructors are subject to change