Ever find yourself saying… something about my horse just isn’t right?

The “Q” can help. The system provides an analysis that indicates whether the horse is lame, the severity of the lameness, the limb or limbs involved, and the part of the motion cycle at which peak pain is occurring.

Have you ever found yourself saying… Something about my horse just isn’t right?

The “Q” can help.  The system provides an analysis that indicates whether the horse is lame, the severity of the lameness, the limb or limbs involved, and the part of the motion cycle at which peak pain is occurring.

The Equinosis Q with Lameness Locator is a veterinary diagnostic system used to objectively measure a horse’s movement.*

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The Equinosis Q with Lameness Locator is a veterinary diagnostic system used to objectively measure a horse’s movement.*

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FAST

Microelectronic sensors measure precisely how the horse moves with wireless, real-time data collection. Instrumentation is quick, easy and completely non-invasive.

FIELD-BASED

The Equinosis® Q is portable and designed to work in the field. Wireless sensors and tablet with on-board analysis allow use wherever lameness evaluations are performed.

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ACCURATE

The Equinosis® Q’s wireless sensors compute precise measurements the human eye can’t see, tracking head and torso movement accurately to less than one millimeter at 100 meters.

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TRUSTED

Over 60 universities around the globe, including 80% of all North American veterinary teaching hospitals, are training the next generation of doctors with Equinosis® technology.

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*The Equinosis® Q with Lameness Locator® is sold only to licensed registered veterinarians.

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An Inside Look At Objective Evaluation: All-Access Investigation of the Equinosis Q

By Nancy S. Loving, DVM

As equine veterinarians, we are all too familiar with the challenges of diagnosing lameness and formulating a treatment plan. This winter I had a chance to learn hands on about a device that might change the whole paradigm of lameness evaluation.
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