As veterinary medicine advances, many horse owners are left scratching their heads and attempting to make sense of all the new information. Conditions that were considered “career ending” 50 years ago are almost obsolete as new methods of diagnosis and treatment are becoming available to the average horse owner.
An association on the west coast called the Thoroughbred Owners of California recently held a seminar on new treatment techniques. Their keynote speaker was Dr. Larry Galuppo, who is an Associate Professor and Chief of Equine Surgery at U.C. Davis and specialises in equine surgery and lameness.
Click below to see Part 1 in the five-part lecture.