Laminitis Tool Kit: Learn the Signs to Save Your Horse’s Life
Our laminitis tool kit will ensure you are better equipped to prevent laminitis issues before they start, and ensure your horse recovers faster. Below you will find the latest research and analysis on the topic of Equine Laminitis by Veterinary experts, including:
- A new study published this year by the Royal Veterinary College with surprising data on how cases of laminitis are on the rise.
- “Laminitis Causes, Risk Factors, Prevention & Treatment” a 2018 webinar led by Dr. James Orsini.
- University Research on the efficacy of a practical, affordable, dry cryotherapy method.
Laminitis Webinar with Dr. Orsini
Laminitis expert Dr. James Orsini shares the latest research and techniques regarding laminitis prevention and recovery. Dr. Orsini is the Director of the Laminitis Institute at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine’s New Bolton Center.
There is a need for a practical, affordable, dry cryotherapy method that effectively cools the digit. The objective of this study was to evaluate the hoof wall surface temperatures (HWSTs) achieved with a novel dry cryotherapy technology
One in 10 horses or ponies may develop at least one laminitis episode each year, making it just as common as colic, according to a new study led by Dr. Danica Pollard, a Ph.D. student at the Royal Veterinary College. Laminitis is a debilitating disease that affects the structure and healthy function of equine feet. It is an extremely painful condition in horses and ponies that has significant welfare implications.