July 10, 2015 Nouvelle Research, Inc. Jonesville, NC 28642 www.curost.com Jonesville, NC:
Equine education is vital to understanding, decision making, health and lameness in the horse. Through a better understanding of what is happening and why, decisions are more easily made and therapies applied to gain the best results and outcome for the patient.
Nouvelle Research, Inc. is teaming up with Secondvet.com and Biostar, Inc. in our first annual Equine Educational Roadshow, to be kicked off at the Otterbein Equestrian Campus, October 3-4, 2015, located just north of Columbus, Ohio.
This two-day event will provide lecture and hands on learning, discussing topics from lameness to laminitis, saddle fitting, how to conduct a physical exam, medications and impact of nutrition on equine health. Lectures and demonstrations will be provided by a well experienced team of professionals in the equine industry including: Tom Schell, D.V.M.(Nouvelle Research, Inc), Tigger Montague (Biostar, Inc.) and Renna vanDooren (Colonial Saddler).
Our hope is to provide more information that the horse owner could ever expect, plus opportunities to ask specific questions to gain a better understanding. Through the lecture series, we will discuss not only pathophysiology of various conditions, but also look at traditional therapies and alternative options, explaining research and how to apply it.
Future dates and locations for the Equine Educational Roadshow are yet to be determined. Come out and support the program, ask questions and gain a better understanding of your horse's health and lameness.
Information and sign up for the Equine Educational Roadshow may be seen at: https://secondvet.com/index.php/equine-educational-roadshow. Questions and comments may be made directly to Tom Schell, D.V.M. via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nouvelle Research, Inc., is the manufacturer of the Cur-OST line of curcumin-based equine supplements that target the inflammatory response. Dr. Tom Schell has been an avid researcher of inflammation, applying and conducting research with the goal of developing new options to help maintain health in the horse.
For more information please visit our website at www.curost.com or by calling 1-800-476-4702.