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  • How To Use Thermography For the Difficult To Diagnose Horse
  • Dr. Joanna Robson of Napa CA explains the very "Star Tecky" thermographic camera. Thermography can be a great tool when trying to diagnose a horse who isn't right, but the problem isn't showing up on x-rays or other standard exams. Using infrared technology, the thermographic camera can detect hidden inflammation by measuring minute temperature changes on a horse up to .02 of a degree. Not only can a thermographic scan detect injuries, even before signs of lameness appear, but it can also be useful in discovering pressure points in poor fitting saddles, rider imbalance, hoof abscesses and more. For more info on thermography and its various applications, go to http://www.inspiritusequine.com

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