PHCP

Progressive Hoof Care Practitioners

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Beginning Trimming, Anatomy and Dissection

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This clinic fulfills the Beginning Anatomy clinic requirement for PHCP students.

The basics of distal limb anatomy will be covered in the morning followed by trimming and dissection on cadaver legs. If possible students should bring their own tools but we will have some to share for those flying in.

 

 

Please bring your own lunch to eat on location. There are plenty of places to pick up prepared food in the area ahead of time.

If you have a cadaver leg of your own you would like to dissect with us please let us know and bring it along. Cadaver legs are getting harder to come by and can be quite expensive.  If you have access to some we would be grateful.

Prerequisite

Visit Anatomy of the Equine and purchase the Apps or Ebooks. Spend time on this web site and get familiar with the distal limb anatomy before you attend the clinic.

Philip Himanka is a PHCP Certified Practitioner and Mentor. He also has APF-I  certification with the American Association of Professional Farriers.  He has been applying glue-on hoof protection for over 10 years, has 2500+ trims on his books each year and has extensive rehabilitation experience. “I try to learn every day from every horse. I love to teach and help prospective practitioners to be successful.”

Philip owns and operates Not Only Barefoot Llc in Erie Colorado.