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ISELP Student Program

The ISELP Student Program 


The International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology has developed a program for continuing education for equine focused students. The program aims to help prepare students to diagnose and image specific areas commonly causing lameness and frequently encountered in a sports medicine practice. The program will consist of a series of half or one day educational programs comprising of lecture followed by hands-on ultrasound labs. Each wet lab will focus on a certain area of the horse. These lectures cover basic anatomy and concepts of imaging anatomy as well as cases. The hands-on portion will provide students with invaluable hands-on experience imaging areas discussed in lecture under the guidance of an experienced clinician. ISELP Certified Members experienced in lameness, diagnostic imaging, sports medicine and surgery will lead and facilitate the courses.


Professor Jean-Marie Denoix, President

A. Kent Allen, DVM, Vice President & Executive Director



Contact our Worldwide Office for additional information on planning, coordinating, and implementing one of these courses in your University or College.

(540)270-1902 or email info@iselp.org


*All Student Programs are Presented at no charge to the Student





*To present the anatomical and biomechanical data allowing understanding of the etiopathogenesis of the lesions as well as the management of the different conditions.

*To share the latest developments in diagnostic imaging of bones, joints, tendons, muscles, nervous system.

*Standardization of imaging procedures for a better communication between practitioners and/or referring centers.

*To improve the technical skills of practitioners in the use of non-invasive diagnostic procedures.

*Publications of new diagnostic procedures, new concepts in pathologic conditions of the equine locomotor system, unknown clinical entities.

*To offer a challenging certifying exam that if passed, shows expertise in sports medicine, lameness and diagnostic imaging.