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'Kissing Spine' Equine Infrared Horse Case Study Using Thermal Imaging, Posted on Elite Equestrian
'Kissing Spine' Detected by Equine Infrared--Thermal Imaging for Horses. Case study now posted in Elite Equestrian Magazine, by United Infrared, the world's largest network of Certified and properly trained equine thermographers, in Coach Gary column
Equine Infrared (Thermal Imaging for Horses) - has proven valuable in detecting 'Kissing Spine', according to a case study just posted in Elite Equestrian magazine. The case study was written by Becky Tenges, a Level I Certified Equine Thermographer, and a member of the EquineIR division of United Infrared, the world's largest network of Certified and properly trained equine thermographers.
Several articles have been posted under 'Coach Gary's Equine IR Corner' as of July 2013. Equine Infrared (Thermal Imaging for Horses). The column is sponsored by United, and is titled "Coach Gary's EquineIR Corner". http://www.EliteEquestrian.us.
The 'kissing spine' article comes from a case study written by Rebecca "Becky" Tenges, a Certified Level I Thermographer specializing in equine thermal imaging. Of great interest here is how both the horse and its owner experienced relief as veterinarians were finally able to use Becky's infrared scan report to pinpoint the reason for the horse's pain. Becky's website is http://www.equinebodyworksusa.com/
Another of the articles posted comes from Michael DeLeonardo, a certified master farrier who is also certified as a thermographer, giving him a unique perspective in the field of equine infrared imaging.
Coach Gary expects to post case studies from the various equine thermography members of United Infrared's 'EquineIR' group: thermographers who specialize in the thermal imaging scan of horses to help determine cause of injury. Equally as important, UI's members provide 'saddle fit' services, which help horse owners ensure that the saddles on their horses are working as intended, and not causing injury or pain. More information on the various classes taught by United Infrared is available at its office: 888-722-6447, or at http://www.equineir.com.
The idea behind the network of infrared equine specialists is this: Get the answers you need to take corrective action for your horse from United Infrared's team of certified thermographers, who can provide a local service so your investment in your horse's health is reasonable--and includes a veterinary interpretation.
Multi-horse and ongoing survey discounts are available. Interpretation services available through affiliate licensed veterinarians. Travel fees may apply. Submit a survey request for a full quote in your area.
The program is headed up by Technical Directors, Dr. Joanna L. Robson, DVM, CVSMT, CMP, CVA, SFT, and also Michael DeLeonardo Jr., C.J.F., A.P.F., R.J.F.
Uses of equine thermography include: pre-purchase;
This methodology has been developed and refined over the past twenty-five years and has been proven to be an effective imaging technique useful for veterinarians in the diagnosing of conditions.
An informative video on how someone can learn about equine thermography as a business is available online, at United Infrared's YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/