Andrew Worth Speaking Engagements
Andrew Worth was invited to speak at the 2016 Australian Sheep Veterinarians Conference which was recently held at the Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo, NSW, Australia. A separate working dog stream was available to the 150 attendees and included eight presentations by Andrew on various orthopaedic conditions. These included traumatic injuries to the carpus and tarsus as well as cruciate ligament and Achilles tendon injuries. As well as highlighting the advanced care options such as arthrodesis, he gave practical sessions on gait assessment and lameness diagnosis.
2016 Australian Sheep Veterinarians Conference
9–11 September 2016, Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo, NSW
website : asv.ava.com.au/sheep/conference/2016
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Last updated on Friday 13 December 2019
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