The GHI team hosted a virtual symposium on Saturday, 9/17/22, focusing on corns and flexor tendonectomy procedures, while also raising funds to support a PhD study investigating the long term impact on canine gait following tendonectomy treatment. If you missed the conference you can view the recording of GHI, Dr. Guillermo Couto, researchers from the University of Liverpool, and Dr. Mike Guilliard to understand more about their causes, latest treatment techniques, as well as helping to fund further research that will have a major impact on canine corn treatment worldwide.
Speakers are; Dr. Mike Guilliard, who first developed the flexor tenotomy/tendonectomy technique, as well as Dr. Karl Bates, biomechanics expert, and Mrs. Phillipa Williams/Professor Eithne Comerford, providing information on the treatment of corns, an overview of the proposed PhD project and early results investigating the long term outcome (>12 months) of corn treatment.
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