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Mark Baus

Equinosis has become the standard by which I assess all lameness cases. After looking at lame horses for four decades, I now realize I was examining horses without as much information as I needed before I was using the Q. My clients, many of whom are discerning professionals, now rely on…

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Roland Thaler

We have three criteria before we purchase new technology. The equipment must: 1) improve equine health care, 2) improve the veterinarian’s quality of life, 3) generate revenue. The Lameness Locator does all three exceptionally well. This is a remarkable device.

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Michael Schramme

Lameness Locator has become an integral part of my evaluation of horses referred to me for lameness. I use Lameness Locator routinely, 1) to detect if lameness is present in horses with a history of poor performance or multi-limb lameness, 2) to grade the level of lameness before and after…

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Wolfgang Stäcker

We use the Lameness Locator with the inertial sensors for up to 80% of our lameness patients..especially examining hind leg lameness.

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Objective Lameness Measurement in U.S. Horse Racing – For the Welfare of the Equine Athlete

Objective lameness measurements seem to draw immediate criticism from some associated with horse racing – both veterinarians and horsemen alike.  With an incomplete understanding of the technology and how it is being applied successfully at racetracks in Singapore and Hong Kong, some conclude that inertial sensors are “too sensitive for racing Thoroughbreds”...

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