Charles Heumphreus Memorial Lecture
The 27th Annual Charles Heumphreus Memorial Lecture will be held Saturday, February 2, 2013 in room 170 Schalm Hall.
The lecture is worth up to 5 hours of continuing education credit for Veterinarians and Registered Veterinary Technicians. This lecture has also been approved for 6 American Association of Professional Farriers (AAPF) Continuing Education Credits. For more information visit their website - www.ProfessionalFarriers.com"
Topics and Speakers include:
- Trimming and Evaluation of the Equine Hoof - Mike Wildenstein, Farrier, Cornell University
- Application of Therapeutic Horseshoes - Mike Wildenstein, Farrier, Cornell University
- Diagnosing Foot Conditions - Dr. Sarah Puchalski, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
- Update on Treating Foot Conditions - Dr. Larry Galuppo, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
A 3 hour afternoon demonstration on "Evaluation of the Horse and How it Affects the Choice of Shoes" - Mike Wildenstein, Farrier, Cornell University.
The Charles Heumphreus Memorial Lecture, honors the memory of Charles Heumphreus, who was the School of Veterinary Medicine's farrier from 1967 to 1985. The annual lecture addresses lameness of the horse, with special emphasis on foot disorders.
The Charles Heumphreus Memorial Lecture was the first endowed lecture series to be established in the School of Veterinary Medicine. The lecture series is supported by donations to the Charles Heumphreus Memorial Lecture Fund and is directed by Dr. Sarah Puchalski.
For more information contact Saundra Wais, VMTH Continuing Education
Phone: (530) 752-3905 Email: email@example.com