Equine thermography is a non-invasive and painless way to assess a horse’s health. It can be used to identify problems that may not be visible to the naked eye, such as lameness, muscle soreness, or inflammation in the horse’s joints.
Thermal imaging can help to identify the source of pain and discomfort in a horse, which can aid in the development of a treatment plan.
It can be used to monitor the effectiveness of treatments, such as physiotherapy or medications, by allowing the veterinarian to see how the horse’s body is responding to the treatment.
A pony stopped eating with no obvious cause. The owner has no clue as the pony was recently purchased and the whole history was not known.
Three different veterinarians had tried to reach a diagnosis with conventional methods but were all unable to conclude what was wrong.
A 4-year-old trotter. Diagnosis: injured suspensory ligament (50%) in the right hind leg. Diagnostic thermal imaging is used to monitor treatment impact and the healing process.