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by Katie Navarra | Oct 1, 2022
Learn more about Class IV laser treatments, the current research, and opportunities for further advancement in this article from the September 2022 issue of The Horse.
by Shoshana Rudski, The Horse Digital Editor | Sep 30, 2022
Find out how to keep your horse’s joints feeling and moving their best in our next live podcast. Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim.
by Edited Press Release | Sep 30, 2022
The film, featuring renowned equine orthopedics expert Dr. Sue Dyson, is available for free.
by Chris White, DVM | Sep 28, 2022
A veterinarian explains why hoof radiographs are important, how to use them, and what role they play in helping your horse feel and move better.
by Elizabeth Acutt, DVM | Sep 16, 2022
A young Quarter Horse reiner undergoes treatment for a left-hind proximal suspensory ligament injury.
by UC Davis Center for Equine Health Horse Report | Sep 14, 2022
Practitioners use electrotherapy methods ranging from vibration and lasers to shock wave in equine injury rehabilitation.
by UC Davis Center for Equine Health Horse Report | Sep 3, 2022
Controlled exercise, as discussed with your veterinarian, can be part of a successful rehabilitation program.
by The Horse Staff | Sep 1, 2022
Learn about preventing and managing equine osteoarthritis in our visual guide. Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim.
by UC Davis Center for Equine Health Horse Report | Aug 31, 2022
Equine hydrotherapy generally allows for patient-specific approaches to rehabilitation and training.
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Aug 30, 2022
Researchers are redefining the muscular diseases long called “tying-up.” While they seem similar, the causes are different, and each requires specific management.
by Diane E. Rice | Aug 24, 2022
Two veterinarians share how they diagnose, treat, and rehab back-sore horses.
by Equus | Aug 24, 2022
A veterinarian evaluates a horse’s soundness using flexion tests.