New technologies to aid in the treatment of osteoarthritis in dogs

Osteoarthritis (OA) is one of the most common chronic musculoskeletal diseases in dog populations, causing lameness and a loss of quality of life. It is estimated that 20-37% of dogs>…

Published Clinical Trial on the Efficacy of 2.5% PAAG Arthramid® Vet

This article is written for veterinarians, owners and trainers to summarise the major findings from a published study used for the listing of Arthramid Vet as a registered veterinary medicine in New Zealand and Australia. The…

Combining the use of 2.5% PAAG and Corticosteroids

Introduction Treatments in horses due to osteoarthritis traditionally include rest, controlled exercise, corrective shoeing, nutraceuticals (including glucosamine, epiitalis, hyaluronic acid, and PSGAG’s), non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID’s), and any combination of…

Dr Florent David at Vet Fest Australia

View On Demand. VetFest Marketplace – A dedicated Industry Week for the Veterinary Profession View this 40 minute video presentation as Dr Florent David (DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVS & ECVS,…

Management of Joint Lameness in Competition and Sport Horses

Osteoarthritis (OA) is considered the most important musculoskeletal disorder in both humans and horses. From a clinical perspective it is associated with lameness and dysfunction of the affected joint, and…

Treatment of carpal (knee) lameness in horses.

The carpus (knee) of the horse is comprised of three joints, with 2 rows of 7 (or sometimes 8) carpal bones between the radius (forearm) and the canon bone. (see…

Treatment of lameness in the distal limb (coffin joint and pastern joint) of the horse.

In this article we discuss the treatment of lameness in the distal limb of the horse related to osteoarthritis of the distal interphalangeal (DIP) or ‘coffin’ joint, and the proximal…

Treatment of Fetlock Lameness in Horses

Lameness of the fetlock joint in horses is fairly common. The fetlock joint (metacarpophalangeal/metatarsophalangeal joint) is a high motion joint with a small cross-sectional area and little soft tissue covering,…

How to treat hock lameness in horses

The tarsus, or hock, is unique because it contains both high and low motion joints, all of which can undergo disease and cause hock lameness. There are many types of…

Novel treatment of stifle lameness in a horse

The horse’s stifle is often considered particularly complex because of the large number of associated intraarticular and periarticular soft tissue structures [1]. Furthermore, injuries to the soft tissues oftentimes occur…

Sound gets the spring back in his step thanks to Arthramid Vet

Have you ever heard of Sound? Sound is an 8-year-old brown thoroughbred racehorse born in Germany in 2013. After several successful seasons of racing in Germany, with 7 wins from…

Japan Racing Association (JRA)

Japan Racing Association (JRA) institute Laboratory for Racing Chemistry testing confirms Arthramid® Vet is free of Prohibited Substances in Japan Racing. To provide assurances to veterinarians in Japan, a representative…

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