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F-Balance® theoretical online course modules - Version 2.0
INTRODUCTION to the F-Balance® course - Parts of the foot, its anatomy and functions. (7:22)
Module 1 - What are the F-Balance® concept and F-Balance® System? (4:03)
Module 2 - Differences between the traditional technique and the F-Balance® concept - Conformation defects and compensatory postures, what to do. (12:15)
Module 3 - Reading the foot from a natural point of view - The functional sole as a primary reference. (13:19)
Module 4 - The heel stress point as a natural trimming reference. (10:01)
Module 5 - The angle of the hoof wall - The types of flaring - The horse as an individual. (17:38)
Module 6 - The three layers of the wall - The rollover or bevel and its impact on the biodynamics of the foot. (10:44)
Module 7 - The dorsal/palmar and latero/medial balances of the foot, keys to the horse's body balance. (12:38)
Module 8 - The hoof and its flexibility in the longitudinal direction - The flexion gap, the result of a new vision of the foot. (21:01)
Module 9 - The Roll, the key to the F-Balance® concept - The leg position from a simple point of view - Stabilization and correction. (18:51)
Module 10 - The two-phase landing and its relation to the horse's body balance. (7:52)
Module 11 - Traditional techniques - Prevention and the search for the cause as a way to solve problems. (11:36)
Module 12 - Hoof trimming in foals - The proprioceptive system as a natural means of correction. (7:43)
Module 13 - Tools for trimming, forging and shoeing - Their functions and tips for use. (5:29)
Module 14 - Trimming, forging and nailing the horseshoe to the horse's hoof, step by step. (28:50)
Explanatory videos (by Daniel Anz)
The use of tools during trimming (3:44)
Trimming of a barefoot horse (9:22)
Read or download the e-book: Returning to the essence of equine podiatry. By Daniel Anz and Stephan Stich.
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Module 5 - The angle of the hoof wall - The types of flaring - The horse as an individual.
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