4 10, 2014

A Living Legend

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Thank you to The Chronicle of The Horse for providing AIEW with permission to share the article written by Jennifer B. Calder, on one of our owners… “Living Legend: Dr. John R. Steele”, published in September 29 & October 6 edition of The Chronicle of the Horse magazine.

“To me, the most important thing about […]

31 07, 2014

Continuing Ed in Pacific Northwest

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In April 2014, AEIW attended  the Hallmarq Operators Meeting, hosted by Hallmarq at Northwest Equine Performance in Mulino, OR.   The meeting was continuing education on the Hallmarq Standing MRI, scanning techniques, sedation protocols, exam protocols, and new software. It included over a day of practical scanning!

These meetings are great because they allow operators to […]

31 01, 2014

Dr. Gold speaks on lesions of the proximal suspensory, carpus, and hock

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24 02, 2013

Why Advanced Imaging for Lameness?

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Lameness of the foot is the most common cause for soundness issues in today’s horse. Traditionally, hoof testers were the most popular tool for trying to understand lameness of the foot. If a horse was negative to hoof testers, but continued to be foot sore regardless of treatment, he was turned out […]

7 01, 2013

Welcome to Advanced Equine Imaging of Wellington

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January 2013 marks the opening Advanced Equine Imaging of Wellington (AEIW). We are proud to offer standing MR imaging and nuclear scintigraphy to the South Florida Equine community.

MRI was first used for horses in 1997, but it was not until 2003, with the invention of standing MRI by Hallmarq, that the technique became popular […]

5 01, 2013

Open House for Veterinarians

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Veterinarians are cordially invited to Advanced Equine Imaging of Wellington’s OPEN HOUSE, January 7, 2013! Speakers will include Dr’s. Alan Nixon, Natasha Werpy, Brendan Furlong, and Sarah Gold, who will be discussing the use of advanced imaging for clinical cases. We are eager to present to you our new facility which will be offering […]

29 12, 2012

Dr. Sarah Gold to Head up AEIW!

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Dr. Sarah Gold joined the staff of B.W. Furlong and Associates in 2005, and now will be in charge of Advanced Equine Imaging of Wellington. Dr. Gold joined B.W. Furlong & Associates upon completion of her internship as an ambulatory practitioner, with a special interest in regenerative medicine (stem cell, PRP), lameness, and diagnostic […]

15 11, 2012

Advanced Equine Imaging of Wellington Opens

By |November 15th, 2012|General|Comments Off on Advanced Equine Imaging of Wellington Opens

Injury of the foot and lower leg is the number one reason for decreased performance and lameness in today’s performance and companion horse. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) offers a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation of the affected region of your horse in a safe, comfortable, climate-controlled environment. We are pleased to offer standing MR imaging, which […]