William Rhoades, DVM, DACVS, DABVP
Colic in the horse makes up a large part of equine veterinary practice.
Problems originating from the stifle joint are a common cause of rear limb lameness and reduced performance.
Lameness problems and decreased performance are common in the equine athlete, and comprises a large part of performance horse veterinary medicine.
Equine suspensory desmitis is a common cause of lameness in the athletic equine, regardless of discipline.
Most cases of equine lameness are treated with a combination of medical and other non-surgical methods.