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The Whole Horse Veterinary Clinic and Rehabilitation Center

May 2020

Module 4 – Nonvet 10 – USA

* Functional anatomy and biomechanics of the spine * The occipito-atlanto-axial complex * Vegetative integration: * the autonomic nervous system: the afferent system * theosteopathic importance of the afferent system

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Module 2 – Nonvet 11 – USA

Structural and functional anatomy and biomechanics of the hindlimb in general, and in specific for the art. coxae, the art. genus, the art. tarsales, the art metatarso-phalangealis, the art. interphalangealea proximalis et distales, the ossae sesamoideae, and the patellae. The heamodynamic relations and the osteopathic relevance, of the art. coxae. The biomechanics and osteopathic relevance of the menisci. Introduction to the examination and normalizing technics for the hindlimb

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Module 9 – Nonvet 9 – USA

The diaphragm, ribs and sternal bone. The respiratory tract

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June 2020

Module 11 – Nonvet 8 – USA

* isceral osteopathy part – 1: - introduction to the principles of visceral osteopathy - liver, spleen, pancreas, stomach, duodenum.

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September 2020

Module 12 – Nonvet 8 – USA

visceral osteopathy part – 2: kidneys, urethers, bladder, ovaries, uterus, ductus deferens, and prostate.

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Module 10 – Nonvet 9 – USA

The circulatory tract Revision of the diaphragm and the sternal bone in relation to the heart , lungs and mediastinum

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Module 5 – Nonvet 10 – USA

Functional annatomy and biomechanics of the thoracic and lumbar spine The urogenital tract.

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Module 3 – Nonvet 11 – USA

Functional anatomy and biomechanics of the sacrum Functional anatomy and biomechanics of the ilium Vegetative integration: - the autonomic nervous system: the efferent system - fysiology of the vegetative integration

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November 2020

Module 13 – Nonvet 8 – USA

TMG Osteopathic examination protocol

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Module 4 – Nonvet 11 – USA

* Functional anatomy and biomechanics of the spine * The occipito-atlanto-axial complex * Vegetative integration: * the autonomic nervous system: the afferent system * theosteopathic importance of the afferent system

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Module 11 – Nonvet 9 – USA

* isceral osteopathy part – 1: - introduction to the principles of visceral osteopathy - liver, spleen, pancreas, stomach, duodenum.

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Module 6 – Nonvet 10 – USA

Equine cranio sacral osteopathy: The five elements of the equine cranio sacral system The equine ten- steps procedure basilaris and the osteopathic importance to the parietal and visceral system in relation to the fysiology of the vegetative integration

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