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diagnosis


Gastric Ulcers

What do we really know about equine gastric ulcers? For horse caretakers and their veterinarians, gastric ulcers are all too familiar, yet not very well understood. Recent research has revealed …

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[real3dflipbook id=”7″] 10 ARTHRITIS: A HOLISTIC APPROACH – PART 1 Understanding the causes and diagnosis of this common condition. 13 REHABILITATION FOR SOUNDNESS Lameness issues benefit from the healing capacity …

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Dr. Hannah Mueller, DVM is a 2004 graduate of Oregon State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. She strives to provide the best care possible for her patients and believes her …

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Understanding the causes and diagnosis of arthritis. Arthritis is a diagnosis no horse owner wants to hear. It conjures up negative images of lifelong lameness, stiffness and pain. In the …

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lyme disease

Taking a homeopathic approach to lyme disease in horses. Lyme disease isn’t all that new. It’s actually been around for 40 to 50 years. But it’s now the most commonly …

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A complementary approach to hunter’s bump or SIJC injuries. Hunter’s bump is a commonly heard term in the barn. It refers to the subluxation of one or both sacroiliac joints (SI). …

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horse tying up

Take a look at the variety of muscle disorders that fall into the category described by this broad and generic term. It’s Wednesday night and you’d planned to ride right …

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Ataxia

Ataxia is a common symptom of neurologic disease. Understanding it can play a key role in early detection and appropriate treatment. As Sarah began working with her young Warmblood gelding, …

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back injury

Does your horse pin his ears when you saddle him? Is he difficult to get moving? His behavior may be justified if his back hurts! If you’ve been around horses …

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