This non-invasive procedure is principle in visualizing injury or damage in the musculoskeletal system, relatively common in sport horses. Ultrasounds are notably one of the most versatile tools available to veterinarians in diagnosing lameness concerns.

The findings can reflect soft tissue structure, such as tendons and ligaments, as well as giving a concentrated look into joint space, stifle construction, etc. It is an in-depth procedure that is necessary if lameness is not apparent in conventional digital radiographic imagery.

Having this technology brings another level of diagnostic care that will assist in recovery, wellness and overall health of your equine partner.