Limb Anatomy & Physiology

Lameness

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Farm Call: Your Questions Answered

Q. I have a lame horse, and veterinarians suspect he has laminitis and osteoarthritis in the third phalanx (coffin bone) along with several bone structure problems. Would a neurectomy help or cause further complications?

A. Read the Vet's Answer

Old Horses: Better With Age

Massage and Acupuncture and Chiropractic, Oh My!

Just because a horse is semi- or fully retired doesn't mean he won't benefit from complementary therapies. Does your senior horse receive complementary treatments?