Article in Today’s Equestrian on Equine IR

Today’s Equestrian – November/December 2011

Equine IR – Put it to the test!

EquineIR recently visited the stables of Ashley Holzer, 3-time Canadian Olympic dressage rider, to put Equine Thermal Imaging to the test.

Equine Thermal Imaging utilizes a specialized camera that detects infrared waves and converts
them into an image that is visible to the human eye. Heat emitted from the surface of the patient is directly correlated with circulation, which in turn, depicts areas of inflammation or increased blood flow. While thermography is generally considered to detect hot spots, some of the more significant lesions may be cool areas, where nerves and blood vessels have been damaged.

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