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Quantify equine lameness with wireless sensors that track horse movement accurately to less than 1 millimeter. Algorithms, based on decades of equine research, compute precise lameness metrics the human eye can’t see.
A real eye-opener [for all veterinarians]; multi-limb lameness and subtle changes after diagnostic anesthesia (which is what we are dealing with on a daily basis) really benefit from instant, objective and quantitative interpretation.Moreover, the ease-of-use of the Q is simply impressive.
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 this technology as much as I do. After assessing more than 500 horses in the past 3 years, I have two hard and fast rules: never assess a nerve block without using the Q and never let my clients purchase a horse without the information offered by the Q.
I just love the machine. So helpful. Great tool to add to my practice. I feel it has helped me become a better vet and I have learned more about the biomechanics of the horse. I use it almost daily. Love love love it!
The Lameness Locator system has proven to be an asset to our practice by providing objective information to aid in lameness diagnosis. We have found the system to be of great benefit in working up subtle or multiple limb lameness and particularly useful to quantify the efficacy of diagnostic blocks. Our clients appreciate the investment in cutting edge technology that aids us early diagnosis of lameness.
My customers LOVE it. It has definitely brought us new clients.
We use the Lameness Locator with the inertial sensors for up to 80% of our lameness patients..especially examining hind leg lameness.
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.
The Lameness Locator has inspired confidence in our clients who love the objectivity of the process. The only mistake we made is to avoid putting it on every single case so we now have 2 sets of sensors! Lameness that is “only felt by the rider” can now be “seen” by the Lameness Locator.
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Journal Watch: Meta-analysis of Catastrophic Musculoskeletal Racetrack Injury DOWNLOAD PDF Study in Review: Meta-analysis of…read more
An Inside Look At Objective Evaluation: All-Access Investigation of the Equinosis Q By Nancy S.…read more
Catastrophic injury during racing has been thrust into the public eye with the increased incidence at Santa Anita. Some talking heads cite opinion as fact, claim isolated occurrences are recognized patterns, and disregard, or forget to mention, the likelihood of multifactorial causes. Public misconceptions fuel critics intent on abolishing equine racing. Agenda-driven misinformation hampers the development of effective solutions. What is actually known from science and objective data....