How to Evaluate Head and Pelvic Movement to Determine Lameness Inertial sensors compared to subjective evaluation AJVR 2013

Pelvic Movement Pattern in Horses With Hindlimb and Forelimb Lameness

The vertical pelvic movement patterns in horses with hindlimb lameness may contain information useful for determining the instant peak pain within the stride cycle. This information may be helpful to the practitioner in isolating lameness within the affected limb.

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