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Articles and discussions on the diagnosis and treatment of equine lameness including foot and navicular disease, muscle disease, arthritis, OCD, spine, and back pain, weakness, exercise intolerence, poor performance, and alternative medicine for lameness, written and moderated by an equine veterinarian.
Note this section has 3 different type articles:
1) Topics on the localization and diagnosis of lameness.
2) Topics and articles on lameness organized by anatomical location.
3) Topics on specific types of diseases by the organs and tissues effected.
The first step of figuring out your horses lameness is localizing where the pain comes from. If you are not sure your horse is lame or do not where the lameness is coming from start with the Localizing Lameness article. Once you localize your horse's lameness, check out the article on that specific anatomical area to get a further understanding of the diseases possible in this area and how to differentiate them. Once you know why your horse is lame you should read the specific article on your horse's disease.
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