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Rehabilitating Injuries to the Ligaments and Tendons of Horses
  by Robert N. Oglesby DVM

Introduction

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A horse's flexor tendons, suspensory ligaments, and their associated structures work continuously and are prone to injury. Following diagnosis and treatment of the acute problems, the injured structure must be slowly brought back up to the previous level of work. In the past this has been based on experience but there was little proof of how slow or fast an injury should be returned to work. This article discusses rehabilitation protocol based on the medical records of nearly 3000 injuries. Some of the injuries that might be treated with the following protocols are: Specific diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis information is found under the articles on each specific injury.
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Discussions on Rehabilitating Injuries to the Tendons and Ligaments
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iconA Happy Ending to Share24 May 17, 05
iconSuspensory Not HealingMay 13, 05
iconWhat's an acceptable permanent limp?11 Apr 21, 05
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iconRehabing muscle damaged from EPSM10 Jan 31, 04
iconSevered long extensor tendon65 Mar 17, 06
iconMagnetsDec 22, 03
iconEquine Rehabilitation CenterNov 6, 03
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iconSuspensory ligament injuryDec 18, 04
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