Managing Podotrochlosis in Horses

Explore the causes of the chronic hoof condition navicular disease and find out how you can manage it. Sponsored by Dechra Equine.
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Podotrochlosis, aka navicular disease, is the degeneration of the navicular bone nestled near the coffin bone at the rear of the horse's foot, along with its associated structures.
What causes podotrochlosis?
How can you manage horses that have podotrochlosis?
Managing podotrochlosis: oral medications, joint injections, bisphosphonates, surgery, ESWT

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