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Ida Hammer: How negative plantar and palmer angles effect proprioceptors

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Category
Webinar
Date
Monday, June 22, 2020 20:00

Ida is a graduate and former member of the AANHCP. She has worked directly and indirectly with Pete Ramey and has several CE hours in conference time with Dr. Robert Bowker from Michigan State University, Dr. Deb Taylor Auburn University, the Late Dr. Kerry Ridgway, completed Dr. Eleanor Kellon NRC Plus and Nutrition as Therapy. 
She founded The Applied Whole Horse Hoof Care Program
I have 62 graduates nationwide. I have hundreds of students trimming and going through the program. I teach throughout the United States and currently maintain a client base of around 300/325 horses.

 

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