As previously stated, we rely on a close collaboration with veterinarian Bert Seys. Since March 2020 he is the only CERP, Certififed Equine Rehabilitation Practitioner, in Belgium. That brings the total number of rehabilitation experts in the whole of Europe to 12. This means that he has learnt all there is to know about the clinical applications regarding equine rehab. He is up to date with the newest technologies and their results in this sector.
This is why we can combine a variety of regenerative and supporting therapies in treating horses.
In cooperation with the Colorado State University Orthopaedic Research Center, in 2004 the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine developed the only university-based, RACE approved credential program in equine rehabilitation. Since its foundation, the curriculum of the program has been continuously updated to secure state of the art contents, in the theoretical content as well as in the practical approach. As particularly modalities improve continuously, we focus on working with the best providers in the market.The Equine Rehabilitation Certificate Program (CERP) is a sequence of postgraduate courses which include case studies and a cumulative examination. The CERP program is designed to guide the practitioner from the theoretical foundations to the clinical applications of equine rehabilitation.