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10 EMS Resources on TheHorse.com

The incidence of equine metabolic syndrome (EMS) is frequently observed in the clinical field, around the world. This is a useful guide to the various forms of/ treatment options for cases with EMS. http://www.thehorse.com/articles/39058/10-ems-resources-on-thehorse-com

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Canine Anatomy through Dissection

Canine Anatomy through Dissection

For our canine bodyworkers, here is an excellent link to canine anatomy through dissection: Virtual Canine Anatomy

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Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Congratulations to the participants of the last EEBW certification course for 2017, with Dr Mila Speciani! Special thanks to course TA Rhian Williams, and the yard staff at Writtle University College. Good luck to all the students with the externship – happy bodyworking in...

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Equine Exercise Physiology online course through University of Guelph CAN

Equine Exercise Physiology online course through University of Guelph CAN

Forwarded from our Equinology head office: the Equine Exercise Physiology course comes direct to you from the specialists at University of Guelph. A highly recommended distance study! For Equinenergy students working towards the MEEBW certification, completion of this course will count towards the modules required for the MEEBW testing. Happy studying! 2200001 – Equine Exercise Physiology

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Resistance Bands Help Strengthen Horses’ Core Muscles

Resistance Bands Help Strengthen Horses’ Core Muscles

Nice synopsis of our collaborative study with the Royal Veterinary College in the United Kingdom, on a key benefit of the Equiband system. TheHorse.com: Resistance Bands Help Strengthen Horses’ Core Muscles

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Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Congratulations to all the students from Writtle University College on completing the September 2017 Equinology Equine Body Worker certification course! Special thanks to Debranne Pattillo and Dr Mila Speciani for leading the course, and to excellent course assistants Kay Burt and Rhian Williams for supporting the lecturers. Good luck to everyone for your externship...

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