New Techniques for Early Diagnosis and Treatment of Equine Health Problems
is a sensing system that detects motion and the rate of motion, and it
measures the force the horse puts on the limb," says Chris Kawcak, DVM
associate professor in Colorado State University's Orthopaedic Research
"This is an easy-to-use system that can be applied
regularly to determine limb use in horses," Kawcak says. "That way, we
can detect subtle lameness that might affect a horse's training."
Melissa Cassutt "On to a New Frontier." Western Horseman April 2009: 52-54.
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multiple-leg and other difficult lameness presentations.