Scott Anderson, DVM, explains how shock wave can help a suspensory ligament injury heal quickly and successfully.Read More
Scott Anderson, DVM
Scott Anderson, DVM, graduated from Virginia/Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 1984 as part of its inaugural class. A New England native and a Richmond, Virginia, area resident for more than 30 years, Anderson joined Woodside Equine Clinic as an associate and then purchased the practice in 1989. He has a special interest in equine sports medicine and lameness.
Articles by Scott Anderson, DVM
Posted by Scott Anderson, DVM | Jan 8, 2019 | Anatomy & Physiology, Back and Spine, Behavior, Behavior & Handling, Conformation Problems, Diagnosing Lameness, Horse Care, Injuries & Lameness, Injuries & Wounds, Lameness, Ligament & Tendon Injuries, Ligament & Tendon Injuries, Muscle and Joint Problems, Musculoskeletal System, Sports Medicine
What kind of physical damage can be done when a horse pulls back violently? A sports medicine practitioner weighs in.Read More