Drs. Kirby Penttila, Alyssa Butters, Crystal Lee, Lindsay Rogers, Wayne Burwash and staff invite you, your family and friends to join us for an evening of information and discussion! Monday, October 2, 2017 7:00 PM Westlife Church, Springbank
We are thrilled to announce that work started this week on our long anticipated new clinic location! We'd like to say a special thank you to Integrity Post Structures for their hard work on this project. Keep an eye out for email updates, follow us on social media, and have a look as you're driving by on highway 22 south of Cochrane - this autumn and winter should be pretty exciting!!!
Dr. Rogers and Dr. Semper are giving a Horse Health Workshop out at the Ghost River Fire Hall on August 22, in association with the MD of Bighorn. Come check it out! RSVPs are needed by August 15 to https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/horse-health-workshop-tickets-34860017250.
Dr. Kirby Penttila and Dr. Crystal Lee would like to announce the start of their partnership as Crystal joins the management team in 2017. Their vision for Burwash Equine Services is to deliver complete and compassionate horse health care by providing exceptional diagnostics and personalized care with honesty and integrity. 2017 is already off to an exciting start and they are looking forward to more excitement to come throughout the year! Stay tuned!
Drs. Kirby Penttila, Alyssa Butters, Crystal Lee, Lindsay Rogers, Wayne Burwash and staff invite you, your family and friends to join us for an evening of information and discussion! Tuesday, October 25, 2016 7:00 PM Westlife Church, Springbank
We are all looking forward to attending the Annual Alberta Horse Conference in Red Deer this coming weekend! If you've never been, it is an excellent educational opportunity. Check out the speakers and topics for this year on their website, and be sure to come visit our booth between sessions and say hi!
Please join us for the evening as we give an overview of what to expect during a typical lameness examination, demonstrate instrumenting a horse and collecting data with the wireless inertial sensor-based lameness evaluation technology (Equinosis Lameness Locator), discuss the advantages of objective lameness evaluation, and summarize further imaging techniques that are available.
Wireless inertial sensor-based technology is at the forefront of lameness evaluation research today, and we are excited to now be incorporating this cutting edge diagnostic tool into our lameness examinations! The Equinosis Lameness Locator is the result of over twenty years of gait analysis research, and it allows objective quantification of lameness during a routine clinical exam.