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Ridden Evaluation – The Aid of Objective Measures

Ridden Evaluation – The Aid of Objective Measures

By Christina Frigast Christina Frigast, MRCVS, CERP, ECP | Updated on | C Frigast, ridden evaluation

Have you ever had a client say: “Something about my horse just isn’t right”? It is not uncommon for me to hear clients say that something about their horse isn’t right. They can’t say if the horse is lame or if another medical condition is the reason for the change. All they can say is that the horse is not performing at its usual level or has experienced a sudden change in behaviour when ridden. Cases of poor performance can be difficult and time consuming. Utilising the rider module with the Equinosis Q enables me to objectively assess...

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Rehabilitation of the Equine Athlete: Evaluating Objective Data

Rehabilitation of the Equine Athlete: Evaluating Objective Data

By Christina Frigast Christina Frigast, MRCVS, CERP, ECP | Updated on | C Frigast, OES Members Only, Rehabilitation

Do you use your Equinosis Q Lameness Locator® for assessing treatment over time? If not, then you are missing out on a great opportunity. The Equinosis Q is invaluable in the work up of subtle or multiple limb lameness. It can make a complex lameness case seem simple and help you resolve it faster and with more confidence. When I first started using the Equinosis Q, which is now more than five years ago, I didn’t imagine the impact the system would have on my approach to lameness and nevertheless the career path I found myself following. As a...

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Ridden Evaluation – The Aid of Objective Measures

Rehabilitation of the Equine Athlete: Evaluating Objective Data

The Importance of Stabilizing the Lameness

Is Every Horse Lame? What to Consider When Using The Q in Baseline Evaluations

Don't Miss the Boat: Turning Misperceptions into Efficiencies

Why Lunging Can Complicate An Evaluation: The Effects Of Torso Tilt, Surface, and Lameness

User Tip: The Consequence of RF Sensor Rotation

10 Common Data Collection Mistakes

Means & Standard Deviations: An Overview & Practical Application to Lameness Locator® Reports

Using Inertial Sensors in Research: What to Take into Consideration

Using the Q to Evaluate Lameness Under Saddle

Utilizing Inertial Sensors in the Pre-Purchase Evaluation

Lunging: The 7 Dire Errs to Good Data Collection and Interpretation