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Survey about indoor arenas in partnership with UK’s College of Public Health and facility design experts within the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment. Read more

In The News

Tendons and ligaments are specialized forms of connective tissue.  Tendons connect muscle to bone.  Ligaments are anchored on the bone at both ends.  Both are composed of interwoven strands of type I collagen protein in a structure much like a rope. Read more

Therapy

PEMF waves

Hudson

PEMF, A Therapeutic Tool that helps heal and control inflammation Read more

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Back on Track® has built their business around supporting the health and well-being of the animals. First, with their Welltex line of Therapy Equipment and most recently with the development of the Limber Up® LiniMint™ line of next generation topical Read more

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Girthiness is the behavior seen when horses express their irritability or unhappiness with getting saddled or tacked up, or from brushing, blanketing, or specifically to having the girth or cinch tightened. Read more

Equine Wellness

Horses have tremendous athletic potential, but they did not evolve to do most things we ask of them and conditioning is necessary. Read more

Equine Wellness

Salt, chemically known as sodium chloride (NaCl) is fundamental to your horse’s well-being. Even horses who are not working require a daily supply. Read more

Equine Wellness

The best methods for dealing with ice and improving the footing in areas where water has accumulated and the frozen, or with worn snow packed footpaths are fairly natural. Read more

Equine Wellness

Sometimes, minor areas of swelling can lead to temporary lymphedema Read more

Therapy 1 Comments

Lexington, KY (October 25, 2018) -The Kentucky Horse Council has announced the topic for the November Kentucky Equine Networking Association (KENA) dinner. The November topic will be "Understanding Abuse and Neglect Cases." Read more

In The News

Craniosacral

Aly Rattazzi, Rather Be Riding Photography

CranioSacral Therapy to help with headaches in the horse and the rider. Read more

Equine Wellness

horse cribbing on a post

Benefab

When a horse cribs, they grasp an object with their upper front teeth, pull back, arch their neck, and appear to draw air into their esophagus while making a characteristic grunt, then release the air. Read more

Equine Wellness

Percheron

Uckele Health Products

Vitamin E and selenium are powerful protectors of muscle as well as immune function. Read more

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Research Published in Applied Animal Behaviour Science: Behavioural and Physiological Responses of Therapy Horses to Mentally Traumatized Humans Read more

Educational

Horse Teeth

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Maintaining and caring for a senior horse can get expensive. Many senior horses require special supplements and feed, and others also need therapeutic shoeing. Read more

Equine Wellness

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Kristin Hungenberg

Keeping Your Horse Calm Naturally During Stall Rest Read more

Equine Wellness

A NEW exciting line of unique equine supplements, developed specifically for the Competition horse and tested free from FCSs Read more

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Author

Alleviating equine facial tension through massage Read more

Therapy

  • Ultrasound Unit

    courtesy Linda Umla

    Ultrasound Unit

    Ultrasound unit used on tendon

  • Ultrasound of Horse ankle

    courtesy Linda Umla

    Ultrasound of Horse ankle

    Ultrasound of Horse ankle

  • Lower Leg Exam

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    Lower Leg Exam

    Veterinarian exams a swollen ankle on a horse

  • Richard Armentrout APF I, CJF-PEMF

    Richard Armentrout APF I, CJF

    Richard Armentrout APF I, CJF-PEMF

    Richard Armentrout doing PEMF on a horse

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