Trade Zone: Putting Humpty Dumpty Back Together Again: Rehabilitation
The most dreaded call for owners or trainers can be the one informing them that a star race prospect has come up with an injury. Whether it’s a dramatic breakdown, a persistent lameness, or a nagging stiffness, owners have a wide range of treatment options available to them thanks to modern veterinary medicine. Many issues that would have permanently sidelined a horse several decades ago can be
treated or corrected using today’s technology.
The rehabilitative therapy used depends on the type and severity of injury the horse sustained, but most importantly the root cause for injury needs to be identified before treatment may begin, according to lameness expert Dr. Larry Bramlage.
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