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 […]