An osteoarthritis diagnosis doesn't have to mean the end of your horse's career. Learn best management practices for the arthritic horse from industry experts.
About the Experts
Rachel Gottlieb, DVM, is an associate veterinarian at Northwest Equine Performance in Mulino, Ore., a practice that focuses exclusively on lameness and performance horse issues. She’s also an associate team veterinarian for the United States Eventing Team. Gottlieb is a graduate of the University of California-Davis, where she also completed the Large Animal Ultrasound Fellowship. Gottlieb's professional interests include sports medicine, musculoskeletal ultrasound, and regenerative therapy.
Scott W. Pierce, DVM, joined Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital, Lexington, Ky., in 1985 and became a partner in 1989. He continues to practice in an ambulatory capacity with Rood & Riddle and is a founding owner of Kinetic Technologies.
- Patella Infections in Foals Require Prompt Care (AAEP 2011)
- New Approach for Treating Horses with OCD Lesions
- Researchers Explore Treating Arthritis at Molecular Level
- Ethyl Alcohol for Pastern Joint Fusion (AAEP 2010)
- Researcher: Realistic Expectations Key to Managing Osteoarthritis
- Stem Cells Improve Cartilage Repair for Arthritic Horses (AAEP 2010)
- Bone Spavin Researchers: Alcohol Joint Fusion Effective (AAEP 2010)
- Study: IRAP-II Joint Disease Treatment for Horses Beats IRAP-I (AAEP 2010)
- Omega-3 Fatty Acids to Treat Arthritis
- Osteoarthritis and Horses: Biomarker Research Gaining Ground