Mark Revenaugh, DVM

Mark Revenaugh, DVM, is an Illinois native who has worked with and ridden horses all of his life. Graduating from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 1991, he now operates a unique, leading-edge" equine practice that focuses exclusively on lameness and performance issues with a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic options. Since 1997

Articles by: Mark Revenaugh, DVM

Mystery Lameness, Part 1: Dr. Mark Revenaugh

U.S. Eventing team veterinarian Dr. Mark Revenaugh of Northwest Equine Performance shares challenging lameness cases from his practice. With lameness, things are not always as they first appear! Part 1 of 3.

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Shockwave: Waves of the Future

A new method of treating orthopedic injuries in horses is gaining interest among veterinarians and horse owners. Veterinarians around the world are using extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) and are encouraged by the results.

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