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[WEBINAR SERIES] Equinosis Q with Lameness Locator Basic Training

[WEBINAR SERIES] Equinosis Q with Lameness Locator Basic Training

By Equinosis Logo Equinosis Staff | Updated on | Equinosis Staff

A special thank you to all veterinarians providing essential services through the COVID-19 pandemic. For those of you with more time at home, what better way to spend your time in quarantine than to brush up on your knowledge of biomechanical data collection and interpretation? We have developed a 4-part basic training series dedicated to just that. Equinosis Q with Lameness Locator Basic Training - A 4 Part Series This is a reminder for those that did not attend last week that there are still times available in the coming weeks!  Part 1 of 4: Utilizing Inertial Sensors in Equine Lameness Measurement...

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Interested in joining our upcoming webinars?

Interested in joining our upcoming webinars?

By Andy Wolter Andy Wolter, Equinosis CEO | Updated on | A Wolter, Upcoming Webinars

Dear customers & friends, We hope everyone is healthy and coping with the global pandemic. If there can be a silver lining, it is an opportunity for many families to slow down and spend time at home together.  At this point, we hear that many large animal veterinarians are still busy and tending to the animals under their care.  At many larger equine clinics and universities, we understand emergency-only staffing is taking place. We appreciate the sacrifices everyone is making to contain the viral spread yet care for their patients and protect our food supply. Equinosis will be curbing travel...

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Letter from the CEO: Winter 2020

Letter from the CEO: Winter 2020

By Andy Wolter Andy Wolter, Equinosis CEO | Updated on | A Wolter, Letter from CEO

Dear reader, It has been an exciting winter for objective lameness measurement.  With the addition of the University of Minnesota and Iowa State University now 90% (27 of 30) of AAVMC schools in the U.S. have an Equinosis Q. Following the Breeders’ Cup in November (just after publishing the Fall edition of EoO), NAARV recommended the use of inertial sensors for racing regulation.  You can find the press release and Equinosis Veterinary Council recommendations on p. 27. We helped Dr. Keegan launch a new LinkedIn group Equine, Objective Lameness Measurement, to share topical information. Join the conversation at https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13754033/. In...

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An Enduring Commitment To Science, Ingenuity, and Veterinary Medicine

An Enduring Commitment To Science, Ingenuity, and Veterinary Medicine

By Andy Wolter Andy Wolter, Equinosis CEO | Updated on | A Wolter, Equinosis News

On October 18th, Dr. Keegan presented the equine keynote address at the 2019 ACVS Surgery Summit in Las Vegas, NV.  The Equinosis team was gratified that our company founder and our friend received such an honor from his colleagues.  Dr. Keegan has worked tirelessly on lameness measurement with one objective -- to improve the care that he and his fellow equine veterinarians provide.  In just over an hour, he shared two decades of scientific discovery now being applied in the field. Click to read the 20+ Years of Measuring Lameness: The Practical Significance to Equine Veterinarians recap. Kevin Keegan, DVM, MS, DAVCS...

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[WEBINAR SERIES] Equinosis Q with Lameness Locator Basic Training

Interested in joining our upcoming webinars?

Letter from the CEO: Winter 2020

An Enduring Commitment To Science, Ingenuity, and Veterinary Medicine

2019 ACVS Keynote Highlight: 20+ Years of Measuring Lameness in Horses

Letter from the CEO: Fall 2019

Equinosis Honors the life of Dr. Yoshiharu Yonezawa Equinosis Q Co-inventor

Changes coming in LLTouch: Thresholds VS. Reference Ranges

Objective Evaluation Experts Coming to Kentucky Next Week!

CEO Andy Wolter to Speak at Upcoming Practice Building Webinar

Upcoming Info Webinar: June 28, 2018

2018 Objective Lameness Academy Recap

Equinosis® Q "Find a Vet" Map Update

2018 Objective Lameness Academy - UPDATE