Vidéo – Podologie équine appliquée
Day 5 of the Saint George Utah AEP course. Beautiful morning in Red Rock country, Rein Maker Equestrian Center. Thank you Delray Jackson for providing an excellent facility for the practical days. Teaching horse handling for trimmers.
Publiée par Institute of Applied Equine Podiatry sur Dimanche 3 mars 2019
Day 3 of the Saint George Utah AEP course. This video is a bit longer than previous, but our students requested it be posted for them to review. Enjoy.
Publiée par Institute of Applied Equine Podiatry sur Samedi 2 mars 2019
While conducting a course in Ocala I shot a quick video that helps to show how conformational change of the ungular cartilage appendages can result in negative palmar angle syndrome. It also suggest that altering conformation is required for the treatment of NPAS. For more information on cause and treatment of NPAS I recommend you refer to my latest book. Laminitis, Founder & Equine Digital Osteoarthritis.
Publiée par Institute of Applied Equine Podiatry sur Mardi 4 décembre 2018
Last week I promised to shoot a short video on how I identify the hoof's axis. This in response to several post in various farrier's groups discussing hoof mapping and tools developed to aid the farrier/trimmer in simplifying the task. In my humble opinion one only need explore functional anatomy and tissue morphology to become skilled in identifying the foot's axis.
Publiée par Institute of Applied Equine Podiatry sur Vendredi 23 novembre 2018
This video clip was taken at our Instructor's course during a routine dissection. It shows how the ungular cartilages, and the appendages of the ungular cartilages are the foundation for the heels. It also shows how the frog spine reacts to distal and proximal heel movement. Please view it for what it is, a simple clip of interest, nothing more.
Publiée par Institute of Applied Equine Podiatry sur Samedi 7 juillet 2012