Case Study: Sorting a Severe Multiple Limb Lameness...Is it Real or Compensatory?

Use of Objective Gait Assessment in the Characterization and Management of a Severe Lameness

Equinosis Certified Practitioner Roland Thaler, DVM, DACVSMR

SIGNALMENT: A 22-year-old Warmblood gelding intended for use as “school master” dressage mount.  Presented for assessment of iliopsoas muscle because of prolonged non-resolving lameness...


Case Study: Tracking and Reacting to Subtle Changes in Lameness Over 18 Months.

By Equinosis® Certified Practitioner Jay Joyce, DVM

Signalment: 10-year old OTTB gelding, low-level hunter, 2nd field fox hunter, trail rider, ultimately presented for hind lameness.  

History: The horse was purchased 18 months prior to presentation. Prior to purchase, he was used for a couple years as a mid-level hunter. Currently ridden 4-5 times a week, in moderate work.


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