Hock osteoarthritis is common in all ages of horses and ponies.
Fixation Of The Patella
Upward fixation of the patella is usually seen in young horses particularly those with poor muscling or those who have been stabled or inactive.
Laminitis, by definition, is inflammation of the laminae, which is the cobweb like structure which supports the pedal bone within the hoof capsule.
Myopathy is a general term that refers to diseases that affect muscle fibres.
Osteoarthritis (OA) is one of the most common cause of lameness in our patients.
Sacroiliac pain is common in our patients and typified by lack of impulsion, especially when ridden.
The Digital Flexor Tendon Sheath (DFTS) is a synovial compartment which runs from mid cannon down the back of the leg.
The Stifle Joint In The Horse
The stifle joint is the equivalent to the human knee joint.
Tildren is a bisphosphonate drug which aids to slow bone turnover.
The most common reason for poulticing a horse’s foot is an abscess, which is a collection of pus within a cavity
in the hoof.
A foot abscess is a collection of pus within a cavity in the hoof, and is probably the most common cause of sudden, non-weight bearing lameness in a single limb.
Bandage and Cast Care
Our guide to managing your horses bandage or cast.
The H-WAVE is a unique electrotherapy machine which combines muscular and neurological stimulation.
We are pleased to introduce our newest piece of rehabilitation equipment the INDIBA electromagnetic radio frequency machine.
Rehab & Strengthening Exercise
Information on various exercises.
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