Recognizing Risk Factors and Early Signs of Laminitis Workshop

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Do you know what the risk factors of Laminitis are for your horse? Can you recognize the early signs of Laminitis? If you’re not absolutely sure then you need to attend this workshop featuring speaker Dr. Richard A. Mansmann. Dr. Mansmann is a Clinical Professor Emeritus and teaches Equine Podiatry in the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University while also operating a private practice. He earned the DVM at the University of Pennsylvania and was a veterinary practice owner in Santa Barbara, California, before relocating to Chapel Hill, North Carolina in 1993. A member of the American Farriers’ Journal Veterinarians’ International Hall of Fame, he is also an Honorary Diplomate of the ACVIM-LA and an Honor Roll Member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners and AVMA. After retiring from North Carolina State in 2010, he has continued to teach in the College of Veterinary Medicine while also developing an equine podiatry and rehabilitation practice in Chapel Hill.

Dr. Mansmann will be speaking at the Polk County Center on Tuesday, February 14th, 2023 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Anyone interested must call the Polk Center (828) 894-8218 to register for the workshop.