Equine Rehabilitation II

This course is a continuation of EQS 226. Discussion of the various therapeutic modalities will be continued, with the addition of the role of controlled movement and loading in equine rehabilitation. Students will be expected to develop therapeutic and rehabilitative strategies for individual horses within the University’s equine facility. Students will be expected to participate in rehabilitation and administration of therapy as part of the course requirements. A portion of this course may include traveling to facilities outside of the University to gain hands-on experience under the supervision of an equine faculty member.

Grade Basis: Letter Grade
Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3
Additional Course Fees

Prerequisites:

  • EQS 226 - Equine Rehabilitation I

Last updated: 10/27/2020