World-renowned animal osteopath Tony Nevin will be among speakers at the inaugural International Symposium in Animal Musculoskeletal Practice (ISAMP) in Warwick this November.

Dr Nevin works with dogs and horses, as well as exotic animals such as elephants, rhinos and birds of prey, and is also involved in their protection and rehabilitation.

At ISAMP, he will be presenting his research, “The osteopathic treatment of somatic dysfunction causing gait abnormality in 51 horses”.

ISAMP chairman Gail Williams said: “His findings will be of great interest to the delegates and really complement the other topics being provided by our keynote and other professional speakers.”

ISAMP, which takes place at the University of Warwick on November 28, 29 and 30, is open to animal health professionals, including veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses, physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths and massage therapists.

The event will raise funds for the Cinnamon Trust, which cares for the elderly, terminally ill and their pets.

To find out more about ISAMP, visit

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