I grew up on a hobby farm in Denmark and got inspired by my mother to pursue a veterinary career in the equine field. During my studies, I developed a keen interest in sports medicine and orthopaedics, which has led to the career path that I found myself following. I got introduced to the use of gait analysis for lameness evaluations in the last years of vet school while spending time at equine practices in Denmark, Germany and USA. After graduating from University of Copenhagen, I specialised in the Equinosis Q lameness locator becoming a certified practitioner while working as product development manager for Eickemeyer Veterinary Equipment in the United Kingdom. After 1.5 year, I decided it was time to seek further experience and knowledge in equine practice and joined Blaircourt Equine Clinic in Essex, United Kingdom. Using the Equinosis Q on my own lameness cases, I got even more passionate about objective lameness evaluation and its application in the management and rehabilitation of the equine athlete. Following a couple of years in general equine practice, I’ve recently left to work as an independent consultant for Eickemeyer specialising in the Equinosis Q while undertaking further education in equine rehabilitation.