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Complete Course: Session 1 to 7

Complete Course: Session 1 to 7

Complete Course: Session 1 to 7

Ric Redden
Ric Redden
on behalf of NANRIC

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Launch date: 30 May 2017

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Last updated: 22 Oct 2017

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$ 300.00 $ 300.00 $ 300.00
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 Complete Course: Session 1 to 7
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Session 1: How To Better Understand What We See -

Better understanding what we see if life's mission. The unique characteristics of each foot make them as different as the faces of people. The small variances in distance occur naturally, as well as a response to injury and disease. This first of this series teaches how to observe the smallest details that once were not detected; sketching what your mind's eye sees, opens the window to better understanding the large range of norm, as well as pathology.

Session 2: How To Obtain the Most Informative Radiographs -

Radiographs are the gold standard for therapeutic trimming and shoeing decisions. Very specific information requires specific beam orientation, considerably different than traditional standard views. The sought after info is paramount to assist the vet and farrier as they seek answers concerning the seat of the problem, relative to history and physical findings. Assessing precisely what they have to work with, e.g. sole depth, palmar angle, digital breakover and other parameters, greatly enhances the potential for success.

Session 3: How to Correlate Soft Tissue Parameters and External Landmarks -

The information revealed in the low beam lateral and DP image has a direct link to the external characteristics. The hoof capsule is constantly changing and adapting to many variables. The most dramatic alteration comes from within. It's what we can't see that holds the most answers as to why the appearence of the foot can make drastic changes. Learn how growth ring patterns can tell the history of the foot and allude to the future.

Session 4: Drawing Insights Into the Mechanical Formula -

There is no better way to learn to feel the movement of components acting on each other's que than to sketch them over and over, again and again. Training the eye hand coordination to transfer thoughts and imaginary visions to paper becomes a means of not only better understanding how the forces within the foot influence the outside, but allows us to collect our thoughts relative to the task at hand. The better we understand the cause and effect, the more proficient we become.

Session 5: How to Use the Radiographic Blueprint for Optimum Results -

Using the radiograph as a blueprint offers a consistent and reliable means of developing an efficient mechanical plan, relative to what there is to work with and the proposed goals. The blueprint can be further formalized with an overlay of the sketch that can point out the pros and cons of the thought process, and become a great benchmark to assure goals have been met, and as a new base line.

Session 6: How to Better Understand the Mechanical Formula -

The mechanical formula is a reflection of physics 101. The components of the foot can be defined as SUSPENSION and SUPPORT. They complement each other, and when in a state of harmony and equilibrium, the foot is healthy and balanced. This session breaks down the complexity of this amazing organ offering the student a new mindset that can be building blocks for treating numerous foot issues.

Session 7: The Value of Radiographic Guided Shoeing -

Radiographic guided therapeutic trimming and shoeing greatly enhances strategic mechanical decisions. The rasp, knife, nippers and shoe greatly alter the internal component/force relationship, and attempting to save a career or life without purpose driven radiographic information, leaves success to chance.

Objectives

Session 1: How To Better Understand What We See - Objectives
Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:

1. Observe the smallest details that once were not detected.
2. Sketch what your mind's eye sees.
3. Gain better understanding to the large range of norm, as well as pathology.
Session 2: How To Obtain the Most Informative Radiographs - Objectives
Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:

1. Understand that very specific information requires specific beam orientation, considerably different than traditional standard views.
2. Seek answers concerning the seat of the problem, relative to history and physical findings.
3. Assess precisely what they have to work with.
Session 3: How to Correlate Soft Tissue Parameters and External Landmarks - Objectives
Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:

1. Understand how growth ring patterns can tell the history of the foot and allude to the future.
2. Learn why the appearance of the foot can make drastic changes.
Session 4: Drawing Insights Into the Mechanical Formula - Objectives
Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:

1. Better understand the cause and effect and become more proficient.
2. Train their eye hand coordination to transfer thoughts and imaginary visions to paper.
Session 5: How to Use the Radiographic Blueprint for Optimum Results - Objectives
Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:

1. Understand that the blueprint can be further formalized with an overlay of the sketch that can point out the pros and cons of the thought process, and become a great benchmark to assure goals have been met, and as a new base line.
Session 6: How to Better Understand the Mechanical Formula - Objectives
Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:

1. Understand a new mindset that can be building blocks for treating numerous foot issues.
Session 7: The Value of Radiographic Guided Shoeing - Objectives
Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:

1. Understand strategic mechanical decisions.
2. Examine radiographic guided therapeutic trimming and shoeing.
Ric Redden

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Ric Redden
on behalf of NANRIC

R.F. (Ric) Redden, D.V.M., is one of the rare individuals who is both a farrier and a veterinarian. His shoeing career began more than 40 years ago and has had a profound impact on his medical career.

Dr. Redden graduated from the Ohio State University (Columbus, Ohio) College of Veterinary Medicine in 1974 with distinguished honors in Equine Medicine and Surgery.

After graduation, he developed a racetrack lameness practice focused on thoroughbreds and standardbreds. His reputation as a lameness consultant quickly spread, and Dr. Redden soon found himself traveling around the world to care for horses living with diseased or injured feet.

In 1983 he built the International Equine Podiatry Center (IEPC) in Versailles, Ky. It was the first podiatry center dedicated exclusively to the equine foot, and even today, it remains the only exclusive equine foot practice in the horse world.

Dr. Redden’s clinic is dedicated specifically to treating development problems in feet, as well as career and life threatening foot disease and injury. His innovative techniques and concepts have saved the lives of many seemingly hopeless cases where euthanasia is the only option.

For 17 years, Dr. Redden organized and hosted the annual Bluegrass Laminitis Symposium in Louisville, Ky. He has organized podiatry seminars in 22 other countries throughout the world, and in 1998, Dr. Redden was inducted into the International Equine Veterinarians Hall of Fame.

Dr. Redden has developed a number of specialty products including Four Point™ shoes; the Four-Point, the Rail, the Club, the Full Rocker and the NANRIC Ultimate (Redden Modified Ultimate). He developed the method of rockering horseshoes know in the industry as "banana shoes" or "rocker shoes". Most recently, he began teaching a five-day educational program for practicing veterinarians and farriers entitled “Equine Podiatry 101,” which is recognized by the American Association for Veterinary State Boards and offers 40 continuing education credit hours.

Dr. Redden resumed his specialty equine podiatry practice September 1, 2005. He will continue to treat diseases and injuries associated with the equine foot on a strict outpatient basis at International Equine Podiatry Center, Inc. located at 8235 McCowans Ferry Road in Versailles, KY.

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