lameness examination of horse, video of horse trotting and cantering before nerv blocking and trot and canter after nervblocking of the hocks. Owner crying at end because the difference is so noticeable and we finally found the root of all problems we've had
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In this video, I share my top five ways to help a horse with arthritis. This is the protocol for my 24-year-old arthritic Morgan gelding, and he is still very active, fit and a great trail horse. For the full blog on how I manage my arthritic horse, go to http://ginnyshorseproductreview.com/index.php/2018/06/11/how-to-help-a-horse-with-arthritis/ Some of the products I use: Majesty Flex Wafers: https://amzn.to/2JNei5Y Sore No More Poultice: https://amzn.to/2Mh0kru Cavallo Simple Boots: https://amzn.to/2MhIiFD Cavallo ELBs: https://amzn.to/2sZQnFX
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This treatment is the best treatment available and much superior to injecting with a drug or acid. This treatment will give your performance horse the added power in its rear end all horses have another gear with painless hocks. Race Horses that are training and performing on Poly Tracks will have hock issues. These can eliminated with one to two treatments the day before an event. When a horses is performing a daily routine that does not change it will develop sore or aching hocks. OUR UNIQUE WAVE FROM THE REASON FOR OUR AMAZING SUCCESS. TRY IT YOU WILL BE AMAZED. Contact us at our web site: www.equi-stimlegsaver.com CONTACT INFO. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dr. Joe Rosenberg, DVM discusses joint injections for show jumping horses. In this episode the horse receives injections in his coffin joints and hocks. Dr. Rosenberg answers the questions: How do I know if my horse needs injections? What is the process? What substances are contained in horse injections? What is the recovery process and how often should I give my horse injections.
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10 year old Arabian warmblood, arthritis in both hocks and sore sacroiliac joints - ridden by trainer before having hock injections
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This seems to be a newer condition that's only just starting to get some recognition. I'm seeing this problem out in the field every day, many of my clients horses exhibit this problem. There are a lot of people out there complaining their horse is reluctant to go down hill, or is sore in front but no one knows where. I've made this little video just to hopefully give some more people some insight in to this problem, and to stress again the importance of doing lameness exams on the flat AND on the incline. Most vets will do flexion tests or nerve blocks up to the level of the knee, but never look at the elbow. This is what we're finding more and more on autopsy. The horse that the dissection picture is from had clean joints in the forelimb from the knees down, but these terrible elbow joints bilaterally (both sides). This was consistent with pre-mortem video we'd taken of the horse. The dissected horse was 25 years of age, but the same levels of degeneration are being found in horses as young as 6 with this elbow action. Please note, the 10yo horse in the video has MANY things wrong with him, we will endeavour to make a video that shows them all. If you want more of these videos don't forget to give us a sub at http://www.youtube.com/user/IskanderRun If you want to see more of my riding videos go to: http://www.youtube.com/user/SarahKuyken Or you can find us on facebook at: You can also find us on facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/sarah.kuyken http://www.facebook.com/iskanderrunBPH http://www.facebook.com/StrawbootsTheHorse With credit to my teacher Sharon May Davis, who first bought this condition to my attention.
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This horse was suffering from significant left hind limb lameness. Local anaesthetic placed in the lower hock joints proved this area to be the source of the lameness. Medical treatment of the joints produced disappointing results. Surgical fusion of the joints under general anaesthesia is an alternative way to treat this condition if medical management fails.
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Horses with arthritis are treated with oral supplements, a lean diet and heavy bedding in the stall. Get regular x-rays of an arthritic horse to monitor its progress with helpful information from a farm manager and on-site veterinarian in this free video on horses.
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hind end lameness that seems more noticeable at the walk than the trot. Originally thought to be lame in right hind. Hips are noticeably not even when palpated from directly behind horse. SI joint was injected in the summer after a month of rest and no improvement. Two flexion tests were not able to isolate the problem. Right hind was blocked from the bottom up. rt stifle blocked at 80% improvement, but then U/s showed no issue there. It did show some minor arthritis in the rt hock. My unprofessional opinion feels its a back or hip issue. I've never had a horse so sensitive to my seat. Max was unraced and I broke him myself last year. He had a lot a resistance to cantering and we had to work through a very bad bout of rearing, which now I feel was partially due to his discomfort. It took him quite a while to be able to canter on the right diagonal even on the lounge. I thought it was originally due to a strength issue. Even now he will still disunite or fall out on the right lead after a period of work. I've had him adjusted and then a second massage/chiropractor out to adjust him. Please provide your opinions on what might be wrong with him.
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Dr. Bob Neff, DVM of Fairfield Equine Associates shows us how he performs injections of a steroid into a horse's hock. Hock injections are used to help reduce inflammation in the joint and help horses move with more range of motion. They are intended for horses who are considered high performance horses, either currently or in their past life, and could benefit from such treatment. Consult your vet to see if equine injections is suitable for your horse.
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Help your horse recover from Arthritis with natural remedies from http://www.naturalequineremedies.com/ Buy the mini-zyme here. http://www.happynaturalhorse.com/shop.html You can be with your horse more. supportyourhorsehabit.com Friend me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bracalon
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sorry guys i am starting to fall behind on videos life got crazy hoping to be back on track so here is part two of Arthritis in horses hope this helps Arthritis in horses part one https://youtu.be/ErNePOPKyeg COME FALLOW ME ON Instagram : https://instagram.com/kalikarose/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rose33Bud/259483754176536
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Joint pain in a horse is usually caused by trauma and/or chronic arthritis. Learn more about the Allday Way - http://www.thealldayway.com Like us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/TheAlldayWay Follow us on Twitter - http://twitter.com/alldayway
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OCD surgery in a horse's hock joint, done using arthroscopy. OCD is a developmental disease of young horses, where the growing bone outgrows its blood supply and dis-attaches from the parent bone. It is common in horses (but not ponies), and causes swelling of the joint (bog spavin), and mild lameness. If left, some goon to cause arthritis in later life.
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Equine taping techniques to reduce swelling and inflammation in the hock area. Buy equine kinesiology tape at http://www.theratape.com/brand/kinesio-tape/kinesio-equine-tape.html.
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In this "Ask The Vet" segment on Women's Pro Rodeo Today, Dr. Jay Bickers, a board certified Surgeon, discusses hock injections in horses. Appropriate injections into the lower joints of the hocks are important in helping a horse perform comfortably and effectively.
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Googleusercontent search. Natural fusion the horse can be worked with pain 3 apr 2016 no joint develop so much injuries as hock. Wikipedia wiki hock_(anatomy) url? Q webcache. Many horses 17 jan 2009 does you horse seem to be under performing? Does he show any of the symptoms listed below? Problems in hock may a contributing 10 feb 2012 bog spavin, bone curb, thoroughpin, capped host problems can occur this important joint s hind leg. Lameness and heat often accompany a bone spavin, while bog spavins usually don t cause or lameness. Hock pain is prevalent in horses a the hock thehorse. Horses, dressage & more horses daily. Here are 11 guidelines to help your horse with hock issues 3 jun 2011 ah, injections. Horse hock injuries helpful horse hintsequinews. This is the traditional term for degenerative joint disease (osteoarthritis) of lower hock joints. Hock (anatomy) wikipedia en. Read on for the five most important things you need to know about 24 jan 2017 with that in mind, there are three types of hock fusing (arthrodesis) and treatment options 1. Often, after talking to a vet, hock issues 21 mar 2012 though lameness problems are more prevalent in the front feet of horse, hocks can also be source concern. Sometimes a bone spavin can also, what's the youngest age you'd do hock injections? Miraz is goodling himself and wondering why 'the chronicle of horse' top hit 1 sep 2016 hind limb joint that fundamental to your horse's movement. Horse owners guide to the hock joint, vetpro. Here are the latest targeted treatment options to avoid hock problems in horses dr peter gillespiesituated midway between stifle joint and foot hind limb, is hock, one of hardest working joints 15 apr 2014 that makes a subject we all should understand, especially learning what can do free our performance 1 oct 2003 juvenile spavin, also seen young horses, associated with abnormal development small cuboidal bones possibly due aug 2009 most complex worked horse's body, so it must be strong sturdy injury. The equine hock what horse owners should know thal combat problems in horses expert how to for english riders. Hock (anatomy) wikipedia. The hock is a horseman's term for the tarsus, an anatomic region of horse's hind limb. Thoroughpin is a soft swelling that can 26 sep 2005 bone spavin in horses means horse suffering from arthritic changes its hock which diagnosed through combination of nerve 23 aug 2012. Much of what 6 nov 2011 as the trainer it's your job to help client figure out why horse has had a sudden change heart. Understanding bone spavin in horses horse & hound. Identifying swellings on a horse's hocks horse & hound. Horses of all breeds, types, and disciplines can suffer from hock related lameness problems, especially those that work heavily off their hind limbs 15 aug 2011 wear tear break down these critical joints. We all hear about them, know possibly have even had them done on our show horses. This structure lies between the tibia or thigh and cannon bone
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Osselets in Horses Brian S. Burks, DVM, Dipl. ABVP Board Certified in Equine Practice The fetlock, incorrectly called the ankle, as the human ankle is homologous to the hock, is the junction of the canon bone and the pastern. Specifically, the fetlock is made of the distal metacarpal/metatarsal bone, the proximal phalanx, and the proximal sesmoid bones. It is a high-motion joint under tremendous mechanical stress in performance horses. Such horses are prone to chip fractures and osteoarthritis of the fetlock joint. Any injury to this joint can begin the process of osteoarthritis. Osselets occur mainly in the front limbs, likely because more weight is carried on the forelimbs of the horse. The term ‘osselets’ refers to irritation of the front or side of the fetlock joint, with inflammation and joint effusion. In chronic cases, there is a bony lump at the cranial joint. Osselets are from micro-tearing of the joint capsule attachment, over time creating a firm, bony lump and joint effusion that is most evident on the sides of the joint. Acutely, they are very painful; however, over time they become less painful and may not bother the horse, being more of a cosmetic defect. Sometimes they are accompanied by bone chips and arthritis. Any horse with osselets should undergo a full lameness exam with radiographs to determine the extent of pathology. This disease is commonly bilateral, and the lameness can be difficult to detect. There may be a short, choppy gait, and pain with flexion of the joint. The horse may point one limb, if one is more sore or only one limb is involved. It may be called “green osselts” in early stages. As the arthritis worsens, so does the lameness. The joint capsule thickens and the periosteum that covers the bone becomes pulled and stretched, causing new bone growth. This is called exostosis, and can be palpated through the skin. Eventually this decreases the range of motion of the fetlock joint. Eventually, the periostitis leads to articular cartilage deterioration, and the attachment of the deep digital flexor tendon is damaged, leading to chronic lameness. The joint capsule continues to thicken, and the cartilage ulcerates, leading to loss of athletic ability. Conformation is important in the development of osselets; short, upright pasterns are the major fault leading to traumatic arthritis. There is less shock absorption, leaving concussion to travel up through the fetlock joint, causing repeated microtrauma, leading to arthritis. Other factors include foot imbalance, rugged terrain, and over-training, which causes muscle fatigue, causing stumbling during work. Osselets are most common in racehorses that are young and over-trained. Draft horses tend to have short, upright pasterns and may work on hard surfaces. Diagnosis is based upon clinical signs, nerve blocking patterns, and radiography. Pain during fetlock flexion, a choppy gait, and heat and swelling are common, especially with green osselets. The foot should be ruled out as a source of lameness by using a palmar digital nerve block. A higher nerve block or installation of carbocaine into the joint (intraarticular block). Radiographs can determine the amount of exostosis and rule out chip fractures. Later stages of disease will have narrowed joint spaces as the cartilage is destroyed. Cartilage can only be imagined radiographically as a space between two bones; it cannot itself be imaged by this modality. When diagnosed early and treatment implemented, many horses can resume normal work. The horse may, however, have a permanently enlarged fetlock. All work should be stopped anytime a horse becomes lame. Acute inflammation can be treated using ice therapy several times per day. After several days, warm, moist heat can be applied. Systemic and/or topical NSAID medications are often used for at least six weeks. Sometimes other treatments are necessary, including joint injections and polysulfated glycosaminoglycans (PSGAGs). Joints may be injected with steroids and sodium hyaluronate (HA). These medications can help decrease inflammation within the joint, but caution should be used with steroid injections as their over-use can lead to cartilaginous destruction, rather than protection by limiting inflammation. Polysulfated glycosaminoglycans (PSGAGs) are found in Adequan® and help to maintain or repair cartilage. They also reduce inflammation within the joint. In some cases, it can be injected into the joint, but there is a higher risk or joint sepsis with this product. Horses with green osselets should be stall rested, but they can swim during this time. Swimming provides exercise, toning muscles and building cardiovascular capacity while removing pressure from the limbs. After several weeks, careful exercise out of the pool may begin. Early treatment is paramount to preventing bone change within the joint; once this happens, treatment is much more difficult. Cartilage is difficult t
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Routine Hock injections help keep a performance horse ready for action.
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Learn more about how LEGEND treats joint dysfunction due to synovitis. Every horse takes joint damage when they train. Or compete. “I think the goal for all horse people is to work around joint damage and get it on the front end of things so you’re not having those issues later on in life,” Dakota Griffith, trainer, says. “And I’ve been able to do that with LEGEND.” Treating a synovial problem, the earlier you can intervene with a product that will keep the synovial joint intact before osteoarthritis develops, the better the chances are to prevent any long-term damage to the joint,” Johnnie Copeland, DVM, says. “So that’s one of the number of reasons we use LEGEND in our regiment.“ Elle Young and Laine Ashker, both competitors, want to keep their horses at the top of their game to compete at the highest level. “It takes everything for me to make sure I get where I need to be and I get what I need to get done,” Young says. “And to think about my horse not being at 110 percent is not an option.” “When you’re competing as often as we do every weekend, you don’t want to get stuck on the sidelines,” Ashker says. IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: Federal law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. For use only in horses. Do not use in horses intended for human consumption. LEGEND 4 mL and LEGEND® Multi dose 20 mL are approved only for I.V. use. LEGEND 2 mL is approved for I.V. and I.A. use. The intra-articular safety of LEGEND Multi Dose with benzyl alcohol has not been evaluated. The safety of LEGEND has not been evaluated in breeding stallions or in breeding, pregnant or lactating mares. Not for use in humans. Keep this and all other drugs out of reach of children. Strict aseptic techniques should be observed when administering by intra-articular injection. Post-Approval Experience: While all adverse reactions are not reported, the following adverse reactions are based on voluntary post-approval reporting for Legend Injectable Solution: Following intravenous use: Occasional depression, lethargy and fever. Following intra-articular (Legend Injectable Solution - 2 mL only) use:lameness, joint effusion, joint or injection site swelling, and joint pain. - See more at: http://www.equinelegend.com/SiteCollectionDocuments/Label_Specifications.pdf Merial is now part of Boehringer Ingelheim. ®LEGEND is a registered trademark of Merial. ©2017 Merial, Inc., Duluth, GA. All rights reserved. EQUIOLG1641 (3/17)
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A TB gelding with chronic and unresponsive right stifle and SI lameness responds well to the Cur-OST EQ Plus formula to aid in promotion of a healthy inflammatory response with an 80% improvement and return to competition.
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Save money with this Equine arthritis formula , easy to make right from your home. Better than injections, this formula works for any joint arthritis issue, go to http://www.happynaturalhorse.com/ to buy now. Amino Plus 4 times a year Apple cider Vinegar 3 to 4 cups Minizyme one cup High Trac one cup The rest water in gallon jug give 2 oz daily .
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Learning to manage Red's hock arthritis. This was 4 weeks after the right hock injection. Actually-I think he looks better than I do! :) (gotta re-dicipline myself with the equitation part) Allowed a bit longer rein than what I would normally in training. He has re-built up some really nice muscling in the last few months. Now-God willing-if all stays well with managing the arthritis, we'll start developing more self carriage and back/top line strength and suppleness. It was about 25 degrees out that day. 12-13-2008 Credits to my wonderful husband for video taping us. :) Hoping to do another one in a few weeks time. Edited to add...looks like some of the recording speeds up at times. Gotta love technology. :p
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Our arthritic mare, Fancy Free, had troubles trotting even a few strides, until we treated her with an elk velvet antler supplement. It has helped her to be comfortable so our kids can continue to ride her. What a significant difference it has made! We are really happy with the results. We sourced it from Canadian Rocky Mountain Ranch, just South of Calgary. http://www.crmr.com/ranch/
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