WAEO 2022 Annual Webinar

 Osteopathic Considerations of the Equine Digestive System

 

August 20, 2022

WAEO 2022 Webinar Conference 

 

Osteopathic Considerations of the Equine Digestion System

August 20, 2022

 

A webinar package featuring presentations from Equine Osteopaths, veterinary professionals, and holistic practitioners from around the world.

Brain, Hooves, Nervous System, Hormones, Behavior…
 

Digestion influences the

WHOLE horse.

 

Whether growing, performing, or simply being loved, horses have particular physiological needs respective to their job, life stage, and biological individuality. Understanding the role digestion plays in their overall well-being is key to optimal horse care.

 

Deepening your knowledge base of the equine digestive tract means you can:

Address the myriad symptoms that poor digestion manifests in other facets of horse health.

Improve the quality of health for horses under your care or supervision.

 

Make informed decisions backed by up-to-date research and information.

 

You already recognize just how delicate the equine digestive system is. That’s why a deeper understanding of the intricate ways digestion impacts ALL systems within equine anatomy is critical to improving standards of care across every aspect of the equine world regardless of discipline.

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“Your gut has capabilities that surpass all your other organs and even rival your brain. It has its own nervous system, known in scientific literature as the enteric nervous system, or ENS, and often referred to in the media as the “second brain.” This second brain is made up of 50-100 million nerve cells, as many as are contained in your spinal cord.”

 

 Emeran Mayer, The Mind-Gut Connection

You are invited to attend…

The WAEO webinar is a unique opportunity to explore the equine digestive system through the eyes of Osteopaths and experts from a variety of fields. 


"Anatomy is a living wholeness of function and should be seen as a mystery of form, not static academic structure"

– James S. Jealous DO

Who will benefit from this webinar?

Presentations are relevant to all equestrian professionals, the novice owner and everyone in between!

  • Students and graduates of Equine Osteopathy Studies

  • Veterinarians

  • Integrative therapy practitioners

  • Farriers

  • Dentists

  • Trainers

  • Horse owners

Event Details…

Saturday August 20, 2022


 

Join us on Saturday August 20, 2022 to take advantage of this exceptional learning opportunity presented by renowned experts from all over the world.

2022 Topic:
Osteopathic Considerations of the Equine Digestive System

Presentations range in time from approximately 25 minutes to two hours.

Topics include:

  • The Equine Microbiome I - The Links Between the Microbiome to Trigeminal Mediated Head-shaking
  • The Equine Microbiome II - The Microbiome of the Performance Horse
  • Five Element Digestion
  • Osteopathic Considerations and Evidences on Somatic Dysfunction and Visceral Manipulation in Horses
  • The Interplay Between the Digestive System and Emotional Health in Horses
  • The Anatomy of the Thoracic and Abdominal Cavities
  • The Damaging Effects of L4 Strongyle Larvae Infestation in the Cranial Mesenteric Artery
  • The Relationship Between the Lymphatic and Digestive Systems
  • The Emotional Gut
  • The Digestive Tract and its Effects on Behavior

 

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"We look at the body in health as meaning perfection and harmony, not in one part, but in the whole."

 A. T. Still MD, DO

 

A Front-Row Seat

The webinar format means that on August 20, 2022, you’ll have unprecedented access to experts from around the globe…

from your own living room!

Your Panel of experts includes:

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 Proudly Presented By

A community as dedicated to the highest standard of equine wellness, as passionate about education and horses as you are.

The Worldwide Association of Equine Osteopathy (WAEO) was formed in 2013 to connect equine professionals from all over the world to the art of Osteopathy by providing a venue and resource for communication and collaboration among all those who study, practice and teach, to be shared with all equine enthusiasts. 

Our mission is to engage all Equine Osteopaths and fellow practitioners to practice at the highest level of competency.

“You will find that it is only when by knowledge, by sight, by sense of touch, you have become so familiar with that which is normal, you will be able to recognize and normalize that which is abnormal.”

 

A. T. Still MD, DO

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