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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 Diane E. Rice | Aug 24, 2022
Two veterinarians share how they diagnose, treat, and rehab back-sore horses.
by Shoshana Rudski, The Horse Digital Editor | Jun 30, 2022
Jessica Gould, DVM, demonstrates extracorporeal shock wave therapy on an Irish Sport Horse to help manage mild neck and back pain.
Jessica Gould, DVM, demonstrates how she uses shock wave therapy on an older competing Irish Sport Horse.
by Shoshana Rudski, The Horse Digital Editor | Jun 29, 2022
Jessica Gould, DVM, of Hagyard Equine Medical Institute, explains how extracorporeal shock wave therapy works and what cases she treats with it.
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Jun 27, 2022
Shock wave therapy is an important tool for helping manage a variety of equine conditions and injuries.
by Scott Anderson, DVM | Jun 25, 2022
Scott Anderson, DVM, explains how shock wave can help a suspensory ligament injury heal quickly and successfully.
by Shoshana Rudski, The Horse Digital Editor | Jun 24, 2022
Don’t be caught unaware of the current United States Equestrian Federation guidelines on shock wave.
by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | Jun 23, 2022
Bonny Henderson, DVM, CERP, describes how extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) works to treat and even prevent injuries.
by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | Jun 22, 2022
Researchers are exploring improved ways to heal these notoriously complicated soft tissue structures.
by Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor | Jun 7, 2022
Discover how shock wave therapy, mesotherapy, and ongoing maintenance helped a young event horse with kissing spines return to performance in this free report. Sponsored by PulseVet.