1. Yes Your Overweight Horse is at Risk for Laminitis FINAL
    Education
    1.17.17

    Yes, Your Overweight Horse is at Risk for Laminitis

    “Horses with body condition score of 7 or higher, generalized and/or regional adiposity, larger neck circumference, and decreased height (think pony) were at an increased odds of developing laminitis.”

  2. Accelerating Medical Progress on Equine Lameness FINAL
    Education
    1.13.17

    Accelerating Medical Progress on Equine Lameness

    Comprehensive overview of the modern advances on equine medicine focus on lameness.

  3. observation science equine
    Education
    1.10.17

    Observation, Science, and Equine Lameness Diagnosis

    A significant number of pain-related gait abnormalities in horses are evident only when the horse is ridden, and are not apparent when the horse is hand-walked or longed.

  4. Study Lamenesses3
    Education
    12.20.16

    Study: Lamenesses Might Not Originate From Where You Think

    New research is revealing some horses appear lame in one limb, might actually be compensating for pain in another foot or leg.

  5. Study Body
    Industry News
    12.13.16

    Scientists Study Body Lean in Sound Horses

    Read about a recent study which suggests how some horses compensate for lameness by changing the angle of leaning in one direction of a circle.

  6. Industry News
    12.10.16

    Horsepower Technologies™ Introduces FastTrack™ at 62nd annual AAEP conference.

    Horsepower Technologies™ announced today the introduction of the FastTrack™ rehabilitative leg wear at the 2016 AAEP conference.

  7. Education
    12.1.16

    5 Common Sport Horse Injuries

    This article explains how five common types of sporthorse injuries happen, how they're treated and how they may affect your horse's career.

  8. Education
    10.21.16

    How Long Does it Take Jumping Horses' Muscles to Recover?

    Results from a new Italian study suggest that five days aren’t enough for these competition horses to recover from their physical efforts.

  9. Education
    10.19.16

    Equine Rehab Therapies: How Do They Work?

    “A look at five noninvasive high-tech therapies—from lasers to ceramic-thread blankets—and how they might help horses heal”

  10. Education
    10.14.16

    Promoting Lifelong Equine Joint Health

    Read how Balanced nutrition, sensible exercise, and prompt treatment can help a horse's joints function comfortable past their prime.

  11. Industry News
    10.7.16

    Survey: One-Third of Horses With Health Problems are Lame

    This year’s British National Equine Health Survey (NEHS) revealed that respondents reported that 38% of horses were suffering from health problems, and of these a third (32.9%) were categorized as lame.

  12. Industry News
    9.24.16

    One in nine UK horses lame, survey finds

    38% of UK’s horses were reported as having at least one health issue and of these, almost a third were lame. Statistics were found during the 2016 National Equine Health Survey.

  13. Industry News
    9.16.16

    Researchers Investigate Leg Bandage Pressure

    Nathan Canada, DVM, MS, and colleagues at the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine recently sought to quantify the amount of pressure both compression bandages and standing wraps exert.

  14. Education
    9.3.16

    Veterinarians think outside the box with alternative equine therapies

    Read how some practitioners are using chiropractic and acupuncture therapies as complimentary treatments for lameness problems.

  15. Industry News
    3.30.16

    A Review and Update on Tendon and Ligament Injuries

    Read about three of the top common lameness’s in sport horses, the latest research statistics and how leading veterinarians are treating these injuries.

  16. Industry News
    1.10.14

    Epidemiology of musculoskeletal injuries in a population of harness Standardbred racehorses in training

    Recent study investigates the incidence rates of musculoskeletal injuries causing horses’ withdrawal from training for 15 days or longer.

  17. Education
    3.1.13

    Lameness In The Sport Horse

    Connecticut vet discusses diagnosis and treatment of horses used in the various “English” disciplines, such as jumping and dressage and reviews the more common issues you’re likely to see when...

  18. Education
    3.11.04

    Western Performance Horse Injuries and Problems

    Moderators Jerry Black, DVM, past president of the AAEP and a senior partner of Pioneer Equine Hospital in Northern California; and Scott Taylor, DVM, from the Arizona Equine Medical and...

  19. Education
    1.1.01

    Young Horses in Training and Injury Risks

    Find out about the suggested correlation between training young racehorses and the development of musculoskeletal injuries.

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