Neverey Cat, Conditioning study, full assessment and outcomes by Inhand Equine Therapy

Neverey Cat, Conditioning study, full assessment and outcomes

Neverey Cat, 2006 QH cutting gelding, coming back to performance condition from having two years of on and off moderate exercise. 

Overview

Follow Neverey Cat, a 2006 QH cutting gelding as he progresses through our conditioning study. This collaborative effort between Energy Equine Veterinary Services  follows this horse's journey through our conditioning study. This is the typical horse that has been in and out of moderate condition for the last few years, with large portions of time off. He has developed some postural imbalances that are affecting his mobility and creating compensation patterns that are impeding athletic performance. Our owners goal is to journey back to performance horse condition safely.
This case study will show horse owners how they can bring their personal horse back to work, safely and methodically. In this study the participant will go through a complete veterinary and body worker static and dynamic evaluation exams. This course includes biomechanical and movement assessment in several camera views hearing from the attending veterinarian and professional body worker as they talk through their findings of the movement and how imbalances will effect the horses wellbeing. This information will give a deeper understanding to the importance of an in-depth evaluation and what the information provided at this evaluation can do to help horses work towards performance goals. 
In this study the participant will go through a complete veterinary and body worker static and dynamic evaluation exam. 
This course includes biomechanical and movement assessment in several camera views.  Allowing you to listen in on the attending veterinarian and professional body worker as they talk through their findings of the movement and how imbalances will effect the horses wellbeing. This information will give a deeper understanding to the importance of an in-depth evaluation and what the information provided at this evaluation can do to help horses work towards performance goals.
 
In buying this course;

-complete movement assessment 
-biomechanical significance as pertaining to individual horses
-round table discussion 
-veterinary diagnosis 
-ultrasound results
- participants will glean understanding of movement as it pertains to this individual
 -the wellness steps taken to address this horses needs from a veterinary and body worker perspective
-Information from the owner on what results came from the program

Participants that are in the current equine wellness field will enjoy this program as a phenomenal teaching too.

-  showing a full static and dynamic evaluation protocol
- adding movement assessment tips, insights and guided visuals from multiple angles
-liistening to both the veterinary and bodyworker perspective on this case will also solidify the team approach and its importance to every horses wellness protocol

Meet the professionals

Invested in the team approach Dr Chad Hewlett DVM of Energy Equine places a high value on working with other team members. With a working relationship of over 20 years, Tina Watkins EST EEBW3 highly values Dr. Hewlett's expertise. Bringing valuble insights and support, Kim Krebs EST EEBW and Megan Orange AHT RVT added invaluble knowledge that rounded out the team on this study. Together, Energy Equine and Inhand make a fantastic collaboration.  For more information on the professionals involved in this study visit their websites.

What's included?

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Modules

Neverey Cat
Neverey Cat, Case study
Conditioning study: Energy Equine Veterinary and InHand Equine Therapy - horse intro: Neverey
Conditioning Study - General Round Table Discussion
Conditioning Study - Physical Overview
Conditioning Study Energy Equine Veterinarian Services and InHand Equine Therapy: Neverey Cat Course

What's involved in the course

Static Evaluation

Dynamic Evaluation

Ground Exercises

Isometric Exercises

Stretches

Round Table Discussion