ONLINE VET-IR CONFERENCE
29th JANUARY – 12th FEBRUARY 2022
IR IMAGING – POWERING THE HOLISITIC APPROACH TO VETERINARY ASSESSMENT
The missing tool in the professionals tool box. See the unseen & connect the patient
Join us for an online conference event where you will learn how to harness Infrared (IR) imaging in clinical investigation and discover the beneficial applications for animal health. For a limited time only, over 8 hours of FREE, on demand CPD will be delivered from leading experts to celebrate the launch of the new VET-IR educational platform.
Why is it FREE?
It’s simple, we are committed to education, technology and research advancement and we want you and your patients to benefit from IR technology. From the 29th of January – 15th of February you can access conference content free of charge.
Increasing your understanding of IR applications will enable you, the professional, to practically utilise the technology in your tool box, support your theories, diagnosis and do the very best for your patients.
you will learn how…
- Infrared imaging improves the holistic understanding of the animal
- Aids in connecting the early stage, sub clinical, pathologies to current lameness’s, pain & disease presentations
- Helps to objectively consider earlier intervention, preventative care, treatment methods and a holistic approach to clinical investigation.
This event is suitable for both veterinary surgeons and practitioners that seek to gain further knowledge of infrared applications and work with the technology in a practical way.
WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT?
Unveiling the missing part of veterinary assessment…Yep, we said it! It’s a bold statement but one we absolutely know so many professionals are missing.
IR imaging has been trickling along for years in the veterinary industry, not quite making the leap into the professionals’ everyday toolbox but… with a growing body of evidence and success cases the leap is happening right now…
MORE VETS than ever are integrating this technology into their practice.
MORE THERAPISTS than ever are using results to guide treatment.
IR imaging is the official Tortoise of diagnostics… It has plodded on slowly for success and recognition among it’s diagnostic peers but IR imaging is ready to take its place in the professionals tool box and aid everyday veterinary care.
It’s time for the veterinary industry to come together on this subject for the good of the patient. Clients want it, colleagues are using it and research is continuously building… proactive learning and discussion is a must.
At this conference we will discover the clinical utility of IR imaging when used correctly to support clinical investigation, treatment and general management…
IR leading applications & research so far…
AND why we need this tool to support and quantify an evidence based holistic approach.
We will set out ideals for full body imaging, highlighting the connections IR imaging helps professionals to establish during veterinary assessment and investigation with LEADING experts in the IR field.
“Thermography plays an important role as a complementary diagnostic tool in veterinary medicine, indicating any areas of abnormality and suggesting where to concentrate further diagnostic imaging or treatment”
“Thermography provides another link in the chain of diagnostics”
” As we enter a new, more pro-active way of managing horses, understanding what IR can tell us and it can guide early intervention becomes important”
EQUINE VET KATE GRANSHAW FROM LINGFIELD EQUINE SAYS…
“When performed correctly, IR imaging can be used to help identify sources of inflammation or map thermal patterns associated with biomechanical dysfunction and when utilised alongside more traditional methods such as diagnostic analgesia, radiography and ultrasonography can be instrumental in reaching a diagnosis in poor performance and lameness cases. It is particularly useful in those horses where diagnostic analgesia is more difficult either due to temperament, intermittent clinical signs or multiple sites of pathology. In some cases IR imaging has helped to reach a diagnosis where other techniques have failed and the correlation between thermal findings and clinical pathology, even at very early stages of the disease process means it should be considered as part of the investigative armoury available in equine veterinary medicine.”
WHO IS THIS CONFERENCE FOR?
VETS who want to use infrared imaging during clinical investigation.
INDUSTY PRO’s that seek to learn more about the applications of infrared imaging for their patients and how to use it during treatment.
THERMOGRAPHY CONSULTANTS who wish to gain further knowledge on infrared imaging to assist their imaging practice
PROSPECTIVE IMAGNIG CONSULTANTS – find out if a career in IR animal imaging is for you before investing into training and equipment.
Joining the Vet-IR pro conference is exactly what you need to..
- Gain clarity on useful IR applications and how to practically use the technology in your field of work.
- Educate your clients on the benefits/ limitations of IR imaging and the appropriate usage during investigation, treatment and rehabilitation.
- Discover a new way to review difficult lameness, performance and behavioral cases with objective technology
What will you receive?…
- 8 hours of CPD delivered via our online members portal, you can follow lectures on the day or watch recorded lectures at your convenience from the 29th of January - 15th February 2022, CPD certificates will be provided on completion.
- Vet-IR pro membership that provides you access to ongoing content, research and FREE annual CPD to support your IR knowledge building.
- Access to the Vet-IR Private Pro Members Facebook community where we keep the conversation going, share interesting cases, articles and provide a forum for Q&A’s
ARE YOU IN?
This is a free event brought to you by Vet-IR
Register today and claim your 8 hours of CPD.
“The application of IRT in zoology is an exciting growing field, and will become a much needed tool for wildlife vets globally”
“The amount of additional information we can gather using this technology is impressive, not only for diagnosis but as a reliable tool to establish a more accurate prognosis for rehabilitation patients.”
” IR imaging has helped many cases reach a diagnosis where other techniques have failed and the correlation between thermal findings and clinical pathology, even in the very early stages of the disease process means it should be considered as a part of the investigative armoury available in equine veterinary medicine”