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Special Report

Your Mare has Delivered Successfully: Now What?

Learn about normal foal development and health risks, and quiz your knowledge in this special report.

Fact Sheet

Caring for Senior Horses

Find out what your elderly horse needs to stay healthy in his golden years.

Convention Report

Joint Injections (AAEP Convention 2012)

Learn about joint injections, including site prep, infection, corticosteroids, hyaluronan, and more.

Convention Report

Lameness (AAEP Convention 2012)

Topics include track surfaces, suspensory, flexion tests, sesamoid, and non-weight-bearing injuries, and more.

Fact Sheet

Rhodococcus equi

Rhodococcus equi is well known for its ability to cause severe pneumonia and more in young foals.

Special Report

Top 5 Stretches for Healthy Horses

Learn the top physical therapy exercises to perform for strength training horses in all lines of work.

Fact Sheet

Stem Cell Therapy

Regenerative stem cell therapy is being used to help facilitate tendon and ligament injury healing in horses.

Special Report

Conditioning Through the Seasons: Fall and Winter

With a little knowledge and planning, the colder months can be a safe and productive time for your horse.

Special Report

Conditioning Through the Seasons: Spring and Summer

How your horse's body adapts to exercising and how he acclimates to spring and summer weather conditions.

Fact Sheet

Platelet-Rich Plasma

Platelet-rich plasma is a regenerative therapy that can be used to treat horses with tendon/ligament injuries.

Fact Sheet

Shock Wave Therapy

Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) is a noninvasive modality used to stimulate healing.

Convention Report

Lameness: Soft Tissue

A summary of discussions related to soft tissue lameness from the 2010 AAEP Convention.

Convention Report

Lameness: Joints

During the 2010 AAEP Convention, veterinarians discussed technologies and treatments for joints and lameness.

Convention Report

Racehorse Topics

Racehorse topics such as track surfaces and fatality rates, injuries, and limb deformity are discussed.

Convention Report

Hoof Care

Farrier-vet teamwork, laminitis, horse hoof examination techniques, etc., were covered at the farriery program

Convention Report

AAEP 2010 Convention Complete Coverage

A wrap-up of the 2010 AAEP Convention, including in-depth coverage of nearly 100 presentations and sessions.

Convention Report

Regenerative Medicine (Stem Cell) Conference

Stem cell research for injuries from the first North American Veterinary Regenerative Medicine Conference.

Fact Sheet

Tying-up in Horses

Tying-up, also known as azoturia, set fast, or Monday morning disease, is a common equine muscle disease.

Fact Sheet

Equine Upper Airway

Understand the structure and function of the equine upper respiratory system to understand horses' breathing.

Fact Sheet

Joint Structure and Function

There are three types of equine joints: synovial, fibrous, and cartilaginous

Fact Sheet

Tendons and Ligaments

Knowing the structure and function of your horse’s tendons and ligaments can help you keep him healthy.

Fact Sheet

Equine Joint Supplements

Get the facts on choosing an equine joint supplement, including a seven-step quality evaluation process.

Fact Sheet

Equine Arthritis

Equine arthritis refers to an inflammation of the joint, and there are four different types.

Fact Sheet

Equine Joint Injections

Equine joint injections can help veterinarians diagnose lameness or medicate a horse's painful joint.

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