I would like to attend the Equine Podiatry Association 2012 Conference.
I would like to attend on the following day(s):
Days 1 and 2 at the discounted rate of £150 for both days
Day 1, Thursday 26th April at the non-member’s rate of £80 per day
Day 2, Friday 27th April at the non-member’s rate of £80 per day
Prices include lunch and refreshments. Conference 2012
Do you have any special dietary requirements?
Vegetarian? Lactose intolerant? Hate eggs?
I have made a payment of £ by bank transfer to the Thursday 26th – Friday 27th April 2012
Equine Podiatry Association (UK), details as follows:
Account Number 42715439
Sort Code 09-06-66
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Thursday 26th April 2012 Friday 27th April 2012
9:30 The Eponashoe 9:00 Thermography
Sally Bell, Equine Podiatrist and UK coordinator for Eponashoes will
Sophie Gent, Veterinary Thermographer at Equiscan will talk about
talk about the Eponashoe and show how it has helped with a
how Thermography works and how it can be applied to recognising
variety of hoof conditions.
hoof related problems.
10.30 Accounting for EPs 10:30 Break
Nia Cooke is not only a chartered accountant, she is also a student
of equine podiatry. This puts her in the unique position of being 11:00 Feeding for Healthy Digestion
able to impart some insider knowledge on making the most of your Dr Deborah Carley has a BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry and a PhD in
tax returns. Biological and Nutritional Sciences. She has a specialist interest in
equine nutrition, feeding the metabolic syndrome horse, gastric
11:00 Break ulcers and improving compromised digestion and has used her
11:30 Manual Lymphatic Drainage knowledge to develop the Thunderbrook Equestrian range of feeds.
Rebecka Blenntoft, MLD Therapist will discuss the role of the 1:00 Lunch
horse’s lymphatic system, how it differs from the human system
and how to use therapies to help with odaema. 2:00 Equine Physiotherapy
Suzanne Cottriall is a chartered veterinary physiotherapist. It is well
12.30 Lunch known that hoof shape, comfort and balance can affect posture and
1:30 The Barefoot Farrier performance. Suzanne will explain how common hoof issues
present challenges to the physiotherapist.
Mark Johnson, a registered farrier who is also a barefoot
practitioner discusses how his career developed and how he uses 3:00 Close
his understanding of both forms of hoofcare to provide a better all
2:30 Ligaments of the Distal Limb Conference Venue : Training & Safety Consultants Ltd
Jayne Hunt, Equine Podiatrist will give a guided tour of all of the Oversley Lodge Farm
major ligaments and explain what happens to the hoof and lower Altrincham Road
limb when certain ligaments fail. Styal, Wilmslow
Cheshire SK9 4LJ