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SyncThermology Events Diary February 2019

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SyncThermology have a jam packed events timetable in February. If you are considering having your animal scanned, joining our team or learning more about our services/technology take a look at the list of events below and come and meet our team.

2nd February & 3rd February - We are attending both the ACPAT and CVA (Cornish Veterinary Association) Conferences with our trade stand.

More about ACPAT: 
The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT) is a Professional Network Group of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and represents the interests of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy. Animals, like people, respond to physiotherapy. The purpose of physiotherapy is to restore and maintain mobility, function, independence and performance. ACPAT members are fully qualified Chartered Physiotherapists (MCSPs) who have also trained in physiotherapy and rehabilitation for animals. ACPAT is a dynamic, progressive organisation, developed from within the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, which aims to lead the field and the standards of animal physiotherapy and promote excellence through ongoing education, evaluation, research and Continuing Professional Development (CPD). The SyncThermology team are delighted to be attending this event and contributing to their annual CPD conference/AGM.
https://www.acpat.org/ 

Cornish Veterinary Association: 
The CVA host an annual CPD conference every year for both large and small animal practices. They bring excellent CPD to South West Vets and we have been attending and sponsoring the event for the past four years. Our South West team will be on hand to meet and greet the local veterinary community. This year it will take place at Truro College. 

15th February - Chiltern Equine Clinic - Optimising Your Horse's Performance We are delighted to be part of an interactive evening of superb lectures aimed at educating horse owners and helping them to optimise their horse's performance. Dr Helen Bickerton, Russell Guire from Centaur Biomechanics, Physiotherapist Tracy Cook and our very own Lou Crow will be presenting on the night. Places are about to sell out so ensure you contact Chiltern Equine Clinic to book your space if you wish to attend. http://www.chilternequine.co.uk/ 

23rd & 24th February - Horses Inside Out Conference
This conference focuses on 'Moving Forward' in the literal, practical, theoretical and scientific sense. With inspiration from experts in their fields, the event  will look at training, technical advances, rehabilitation and the importance of well fitting, well-designedtack. It is ideal for equestrians from all disciplines, riders, therapists, coaches, saddlery professionals, farriers, podiatrists, dentists, lecturers, students, vets, breeders, equine business owners, managers and anyone interested in the horse. This year Gillian Higgins, Dr Rachel Murray, Dr Chris Pearce & Dr Maria Soroko amongst others will all be presenting. We are particularly excited to listen to Dr Soroko present her work in the thermographic field.  Come and meet our team at the event and take a look at our interesting cases and research studies. https://www.horsesinsideout.com/