Equine Lameness – Thermography of Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD)

Posted: February 17th, 2015 |

Equine Lameness – Thermography of Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD)

In this case, we have a 12 year old Appaloosa mare that was severely lame on her front right. At the slightest motion, the horse showed signs of severe discomfort and restlessness, moreover it was distinctly bobbing its head and leaning on the left when standing.

Accuhorsemat – thermography reveals how acupressure stimulates equine performance and healing.

Posted: September 12th, 2014 |

Accuhorsemat – thermography reveals how acupressure stimulates equine performance and healing.

Our latest collaboration is with Accuhorsemant, a cutting-edge Swedish made acupressure rug for use on horses.
Acupressure is a millennia old form of healing and body work through touch, that utilizes the principles of acupuncture.  By applying pressure (rather than needles) to specific points on the body, acupressure is used to… Continue reading

Thermography of Equine Mystery Lameness – Vet Collaboration

Posted: August 13th, 2014 |
Right Shoulder Injury

Thermography of Equine Mystery Lameness  

At the beginning of the summer, we had the privilege of collaborating with Dr. Melissa Shaver on the case of a mystery lameness plaguing a beautiful show horse.

In this case, the patient was a gorgeous and gentle 6 yrs. old Arabian

Equine Thermography – Hoof Balance Issues, Lameness

Posted: June 4th, 2014 |
Hoof Inflammation(2)

Thermography of Lameness Caused by Hoof Balance Issues

In this case we have a beautiful 29 old Arabian mare suffering of a mystery lameness.

After retiring from the life of an accomplished performance athlete, she now enjoys an active but quieter life full of long trail riding adventures in the company of her loving first… Continue reading

Canine Thermography – Heart Disease

Posted: April 7th, 2014 |
West Highland Terrier - heart disease, osteoarthritis, muscular tightness

West Highland Terrier – heart disease, osteoarthritis, muscular tightness

This is an interesting brief case study of an adorable and playful West Highland Terrier.
Westies are know to suffer from a number of issues including hip, knee, jaw problems as well as kidney, lung and skin diseases… Thus, the caring owners brought this 6 years old male for a check up and to establish a

Canine Thermography – pelvic & knee injury / lameness

Posted: March 27th, 2014 |
Canine Thermography - Plevic Injury & Knee Injury / Lameness

Agility dog’s thermography reveals spinal, hock and knee injury

 At a recent Breeders Day event, our medical grade thermography services were commissioned to investigate in detail the causes of severe lameness experienced by this beautiful Belgian Tervuren named Mika.
Mika is an agility dog who sustained a nasty injury to his left hind knee a few months ago.
Unfortunately, his recovery was

Equine Thermography – Pelvic Region

Posted: March 18th, 2014 |
Equine Thermography - Pelvis

Performance Horse Lameness

Recently we have been given the opportunity to help a beautiful Quarter Horse used by the  Double Dan Horsemanship at the Washington State Horse Expo in Ridgefield, WA.  Our patient was an 8 years old stallion with a sweet nature, called Shiner. Shiner has been plagued by lameness and exhibiting a variety of peculiar symptoms, causing his kind owner Ms. Jessica to be concerned.

Upon meeting Shiner, we found out that he  has… Continue reading

Feline Thermography – Preventative Assessment of Osteoarthritis

Posted: March 13th, 2014 |
Feline Osteoarthritis

Cat’s thermal imaging confirms osteoarthritis in elbows.

Here is a brief thermography case study of a cat’s osteoarthritis.

This loving 16 years old (young) female cat belongs to our small animal vet Dr. Scott. Despite her age, Sprite is still an vital and dominant character. Thus, she has a lot of energy and fun with other pets … Continue reading

Equine Thermography – Lameness

Posted: January 21st, 2014 |

Horse’s lameness caused by OCD, Kissing Spine or other?

Here s a very interesting case of a beautiful Holsteiner suffering of intermittent lameness. Thermography was used to efficiently determine if OCD  (Osteochondritis), Kissing Spine or something else could be the reason behind her ailment.

The patient – Cordellera is a very energetic and inquisitive… Continue reading

Canine Thermography – Epilepsy

Posted: January 8th, 2014 |
Canine Thermography - Pain Assessment

 Thermography of an epileptic Weimaraner.

Just recently we had the opportunity to image this extremely interesting case of a sweet Weimaraner suffering from epilepsy and numerous other seemingly unrelated ailments.
His name is Wendell, he is four years old and due to his condition, he has been re-homed a few times. Wendell is a very gentle and loving dog, who loves to take walks and chase squirrels.
To ease Wendell’s suffering, his kind owner wanted to know which