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Your Horse's Back Pain: Obtaining A Diagnosis

Unless you've succeeded in laying the blame for your horse's back pain on ill-fitting tack or injurious riding, both of which can be remedied nonmedically, you'll probably bring...

EquiSearch's Ask the Vet: EPM Diagnosis and Treatment

Question: Recently my girlfriend's horse has been diagnosed with Equine Protozoal Myelitis (EPM). He was dragging his hind legs whenever we would ride, and you could hear the scuffing of...

A Firm Stifle-Lameness Diagnosis May Require A Specialist

The horse's stifle is the anatomical equivalent of our knee, designed to be capable of a very large range of movement. This calls for special modifications to protect the joint...


Information and articles on lameness in horses, including conditions that cause lameness, their diagnosis and treatment. ...

AAEP's First Fall Meeting to Focus on Ophthalmology

July 15, 2009 -- The American Association of Equine Practitioners' (AAEP) debut fall meeting, Focus on Ophthalmology, October 1-3 in Raleigh, N.C., invites equine practitioners to explore new innovations in...

EQUUS Special Report: Help Your Horse Survive Colic

Thanks to advances in diagnosis and treatment, more horses are surviving colic than ever before. In this EQUUS Special Report, first published in August 2011, we take a closer look...

Should You Vaccinate for EPM?

Status: The vaccine, from Fort Dodge Animal Health, has conditional licensure. This type of licensing is given if a new vaccine is considered to be of special need (the disease...

Washington State University Vet School Hospital Closed by EHV Virus

This special report on the EHV outbreak in several Western states comes from The Jurga Report: Horse Headlines blog. For the latest information on the EHV outbreak, please go to...

AAEP Ask a Vet

Post your horse health questions here, and a veterinarian member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) with expertise in the field you are interested in will...

Equine Lameness Evaluation

In looking back on 45 years of evaluating lameness in the horse, I feel we have not had enough information available to really make a diagnosis in some cases. Historically,...

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