Head Movement Pattern in Horses With Forelimb and Hindlimb Lameness Pelvic Movement Pattern in Horses With Hindlimb and Forelimb Lameness

How to Evaluate Head and Pelvic Movement to Determine Lameness

Careful evaluation of the pattern of vertical head and pelvic motion may allow the practitioner determine when (impact, full weight bearing, or push off) the pain is occurring in the affected limb. Knowing when the pain is occurring within the affected limb may be helpful in isolating specific lameness within the lame limb.

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