Functional Leg Length Discrepancy in Equestrianism
Course date: 24th September 2020
The ACPAT Committee are pleased to announce the next in our webinar series for members.
Date: 24th September 2020
Time: 730pm prompt start
Title: Functional Leg Length Discrepancy in Equestrianism
Aims and Objectives:
To discuss some of the ways functional leg length discrepancies can present in horses.
To explore the possible causes of functional leg length asymmetry.
To provide some methods of reducing and managing these asymmetries in horses and riders
Please note this webinar is limited to 100 attendees on a first come, first served basis. To register your interest please email Sharon on email@example.com
Registrants will be sent the webinar details upon receipt of successful payment prior to the webinar date.
(Please note this will be recorded to be re-run at a later date as another CPD event)
More about your speaker: Lee Clark BSc (Hons) Physio, SRP, MCSP, ACPAT, HCPC, RAMP
Lee graduated as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1997 from Teesside University and became an ACPAT Veterinary Physiotherapist in 1999. He completed a 2-year post-grad course (MACP) in manual therapy from Glasgow Caledonian university in 2001. Lee has been specialising in the treatment of horses and riders for over 20 years based in Co. Durham in the North-east of England. For 12 years Lee also owned and managed ‘The Equine Physiotherapy Clinic' which specialized in the treatment of Musculoskeletal and Orthopaedic conditions, providing a full range of services from one off sessions for musculoskeletal pain, to long-term rehabilitation of tendon/ligament injuries, and management of post-operative cases.
From 2010-2018 Lee was the GBR Endurance Team Physiotherapist, working with both the senior and young rider squads providing support and treatment for both the horses. Last year Lee took on a new role working with the GBR Pony Eventing Team. Lee has supported squads at numerous Championships including WEG 2014 (France) & 2018 (USA) and was part of the ACPAT team who provided Physiotherapy services at the London Olympic Games.
Lee is a visiting lecturer on the MSc ACPAT Veterinary Physiotherapy course at Liverpool University, and is currently undertaking his PhD at the University of Sunderland.