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Documenting Hoof Rehabilitation

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Alicia Harlov will share some helpful tips on how to properly document your hoof rehabilitation cases. Documenting these cases is important to discuss progress with the client and veterinarian.  She will go over various topics such as organization, picture taking and note taking.

Alicia will cover photo taking and slow motion videos. Streamlining photo and video skills will help you notice the changes occurring that the naked eye sometimes does not see. Additionally you will learn to document management changes which will help you and your client decide what may be helping or hindering positive progress in a case. Improving your organization and documentation skills can not only help you build your portfolio, but it can help you when dealing with a veterinarian that may not understand your methodology. And if you feel like you are not making progress you can look back and see where you started with a case..

Alicia is a PHCP Certified Practitioner servicing the North Shore of MA and surrounding areas. She loves educating horse owners on how to grow the healthiest hoof possible and believes that getting a horse sound is often a matter of finding the right pieces to the puzzle.  She is on a never ending journey to find as many tools to help as she can. She is the owner of The Humble Hoof and creator of  The Humble Hoof podcast, where she interviews vets and farriers around the world about hoof health and soundness.