Chiropractic provides another means of diagnosis and treatment for many musculoskeletal disorders.
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Radiographic abnormalities don't always result in diminished performance; however, many do. Here's what to know.
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- Standing CT Unit Installed at San Luis Rey Equine Hospital
- New Bolton Center to Use Robotics-Controlled Imaging System
- The Benefits of Chiropractic Care for Your Horse
- Do Radiographic Abnormalities Impact Equine Performance?
- Foot Pain in Horses: More Than Meets the Hoof
- Evaluating the Equine Poor Performer
- Respiratory Problems and Poor Performance
- OSU Veterinary Hospital Acquires a Dynamic Respiratory Scope
- New Technology Speeds Animal Disease Diagnosis
- Osteoarthritis and IRAP
- 10 Steps for Successful Artificial Insemination for Horses
- Hoof Angles' Impact on Lameness Examined
- Ringbone in Horses
- What Blood Can Tell You
- Alternative Treatment for "Roaring" in Horses (AAEP 2011)
- The Equine Spine--Back To Work
- Researchers Evaluate Horses as Model of Human Depression
- Infographic: Respiratory Health
- Tendon Injuries: Treatments and Prevention
- What's Wobbler Syndrome?
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. My horse was diagnosed with bilateral osteoarthritis of the pastern joints in the front legs. We tried IRAP therapy three years ago, and it made her sound. How long will she continue to remain sound from the IRAP treatment?
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