Podiatry and managing problem hooves require the veterinarian and farrier to work in concert to diagnose, trim, and shoe, depending on the condition. Both individuals rely on imaging to evaluate the horse’s hoof, said Mark Silverman, DVM, MS, of Sport Horse Veterinary Services, in Rancho Santa Fe, California, who described the uses and benefits of different imaging modalities.
“Routine imaging provides us the ability to review the results of interventions and chart changes in foot conformation over time,” he said.
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