WVMA Winter Meeting
December 10-11, 2021
800 N Poplar St
Casper, WY 82601
REGISTRATION: Registration and schedule will be available by early October. Members will receive a program and registration brochure in the mail. Both members and non-members will be able to register online.
- CE offered by the WVMA: up to 12 hours
- The Wyoming Livestock Board and USDA APHIS will offer additional CE. Trich certification (3 CE credits) + APHIS Modules (3 CE credits)
- WVMA meeting registration is not required to attend APHIS or Trich sessions.
- Schedule, speaker bios, and online/printable registration form will be avilable by early October. It will be very similar to the 2019 meeting. View the schedule here – ’19 Casper – Brochure.
800 N Poplar St
Casper, WY 82601
Ph: (307) 266 – 6000
Ask for the discounted rate for the “Wyoming Veterinary Medical Association” : $85 + tax
Thursday, December 9th:
6 pm – Board of Directors meeting
Friday, December 10th:
8 am – 12 pm: Dean A. Hendrickson, DVM, MS, DACVS – Equine (4 CE credits)
12 – 1pm: Lunch provided
1 – 5 pm: MJ Redman, DVM, DAVDC – Dentistry (4 CE credits)
6 – 9 pm: (optional) USDA APHIS Federal Accreditation Modules (3 CE credits)
(APHIS CE session does not require pre-registration or have an associated fee. Attendees do not have to be registered for the WVMA Winter Meeting to attend.)
Saturday, December 11th:
8 am – 12 pm: Wyoming State Veterinary Laboratory – Case studies
12 pm: End of WVMA meeting
1 – 4 pm: (optional) Trich Certification (3 CE credits)
(Trich session does not require pre-registration or have an associated fee. Attendees do not have to be registered for the WVMA Winter Meeting to attend.)
Dean A. Hendrickson, DVM, MS, DACVS
Colorado State University – Fort Collins, CO
Dr. Hendrickson received his DVM from Colorado State University in 1988, and completed an Equine Surgery and Medicine Internship at the University of Sydney, Sydney Australia in 1989. He was accepted into and completed the three year combined Large Animal Surgery Residency and Masters of Science program at Cornell University in 1992. He became a faculty member in the Department of Surgical Sciences at the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in August 1992. He joined the Department of Clinical Sciences at Colorado State University in December 1994. As an Equine Surgeon at CSU he is involved in all aspects of Equine Surgery including orthopedics and soft tissue. He has spoken internationally on topics including wound care, minimally invasive surgery and orthopedics. He completed a textbook on Equine Wound Care and the 4th Edition of Turner and McIlwraith’s Large Animal Surgical Techniques.
- Laminitis: This presentation will cover basic concepts of the etiology, diagnosis and treatment of laminitis. Focus will be on treatments that lend themselves to use in the field setting.
- Principles of Lameness Examination: This presentation will cover the basics of lameness examination including peripheral nerve blocks. There will be multiple videos of lameness examples used in the presentation.
- Treating traumatic injuries to synovial structures: This presentation will cover methods of diagnosis and treatment for injuries to synovial structures.
MJ Redman, DVM, DAVDC
Animal Dental Care & Oral Surgery – Loveland, CO
Dr. Redman graduated from WSU CVM in 1998. She was a general practitioner in AZ and WA (mixed animal, equine and small animal) until she started an alternate pathway dental residency with Dr. Pat Frost in Portland OR in 2007. Dr. Redman transitioned to dentistry-only practice in 2011 when she moved to Maryland to join the Animal Dental Center in Maryland. In 2014, She moved to San Antonio TX to work at MissionVet. Dr. Redman joined Animal Dental Care & Oral Surgery in Colorado Springs in 2018. When ADCOS purchased a dentistry business in Loveland, Dr. Redman transitioned to working in Four Seasons Veterinary Specialists. She serves on the Residency Program Advocacy Committee and the Board of Directors for the American Veterinary Dental College. Dr. Redman lives in Fort Collins with her husband (retired Army and now a nursing student), two dogs and six cats. She is a member of the Fort Follies cycling team and swims with Loveland Masters Swim Club. She loves reading and is an avid birder.
EXHIBITORS: Thank you for your interest! The WVMA Winter Meeting does not include an exhibit hall. Only CE is offered at this meeting.
You’re invited to exhibit at our next summer meeting, held June 26-28, 2022 in Lander, WY. In March 2022, exhibitor registration information will be available.
View the 2019 exhibitor information 19 WVMA Exhibitor Invitation-Registration.