One of the most challenging cases in equine medicine are the ones affecting the deepest structures. The sacroiliac joint, the deep muscles of the back or the neck. How to reach them without being invasive? Very few techniques are able to help with that, and there is one technology that does.
Natacha (Tacha) Escario (Spain), is a young but experienced veterinarian, specialized in animal rehabilitation, who uses INDIBA in her daily practice to treat her equine patients. Through this one case report, she intends to share her experience from using INDIBA’s non-invasive technology as an alternative to infiltration in cases of back pain on horses
Why should you join this webinar:
Learn about alternative, non-invasive treatments available in the veterinary market
Learn about radiofrequency and its applications in horses
Are you an INDIBA user? Share your experience and doubts in our Q&A
This webinar is free and directed to veterinary and animal physiotherapy professionals.
Natacha (Tacha) Escario
- Degree in veterinary medicine at the Alfonso X El Sabio University, 2016
- Diploma in animal acupuncture by the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS), 2018-2019
- Postgraduate Diploma in Equine Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation (EQUIDINAMIA), 2018-2019
- Postgraduate in Nutritherapy in animals with EMVI, 2019
- Postgraduate in animal nutrition with ACUPCAN, 2019
- Equine Performance Innovative Center (EPIC) Internship, 2019
- Postgraduate in Animal Chiropractic by International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic (IAVC), 2019-2020
- Postgraduate Diploma in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation in small animals (VETFORMATION), 2020