If you’ve ever suffered through the process of attempting to diagnose a mystery lameness in your horse, you might be interested in a new system that is being released to veterinarians.
The system aims to provide objective data to assist veterinarians in diagnosis. Typically, vets are limited to using their own judgment based on what they see in a simple flexion test, and in cases of subtle lameness, that can be subjective.
“In some cases with mild lameness, or in cases with multiple limb lameness, even experts looking at the same horse may disagree on whether lameness is present or on its severity,” says Keegan. “An objective method would be helpful to take some guesswork out of the evaluation.”
Learn more about how the system works at www.equinosis.com