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Top Mistakes Made Using the Q, Part 2: Data Interpretation

Top Mistakes Made Using the Q, Part 2: Data Interpretation

By Laurie Tyrrell-Schroeder Laurie Tyrrell-Schroeder, DVM | Updated on | LT Schroeder

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Informational Webinar: Objective Lameness Measurement with the Equinosis Q

Informational Webinar: Objective Lameness Measurement with the Equinosis Q

By Laurie Tyrrell-Schroeder Laurie Tyrrell-Schroeder, DVM | Updated on | Informational Webinar, LT Schroeder

Interested in learning how objective lameness measurement can improve your sports medicine & lameness care and benefit your practice? Equinosis Director of Veterinary Services Dr. Laurie Tyrrell-Schroeder presents an overview of measuring lameness using the Equinosis Q – the industry leading inertial sensor-based system used in over 75 universities and 35 countries. Dr. Tyrrell-Schroeder presents the advantages of objective measurement in the clinical lameness examination, including: overcoming physical and psychological limitations identifying stride-to-stride and trial-to-trial variability identifying potential compensatory patterns in multiple limb lameness quantifying amplitude of lameness, and assessing change - whether due to diagnostic analgesia, treatment & rehabilitation,...

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Round Table: Using the Q in Ridden Evaluations

Round Table: Using the Q in Ridden Evaluations

By Kevin Keegan Kevin G. Keegan, DVM, MS, DACVS | Christina Frigast Christina Frigast, MRCVS, CERP, ECP | Laurie Tyrrell-Schroeder Laurie Tyrrell-Schroeder, DVM | Updated on | C Frigast, KG Keegan, LT Schroeder, M Baus

A roundtable discussion on using the Equinosis Q in the ridden evaluation. Panelists Mark Baus, DVM of Grand Prix Equine, Kevin Keegan, DVM, MS, DACVS of the University of Missouri, and Christina Frigast, MRCVS, CERP, ECP, Independent Consultant Eickemeyer UK share their thoughts on using the ridden evaluation as part of the lameness and performance evaluation and how they incorporate objective measurement into the process.

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Top Mistakes Made Using the Q, Part 2: Data Interpretation

Top Mistakes Made Using the Q, Part 1 - Instrumentation and Data Collection

Informational Webinar: Objective Lameness Measurement with the Equinosis Q

Round Table: Using the Q in Ridden Evaluations

Reliability of Equine Visual Lameness Classification: A Discussion on the Limitations of Subjective Evaluation

The Ridden Evaluation Part 1: Utilizing the Q Rider Module and Data Interpretation