Equine Podiatry

Equine Podiatry

By Andrea Floyd, DVM, Serenity Equine, Evington, VA; and Richard Mansmann, VMD, PhD, Clinical Professor, College of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC; Director of the Podiatry and Rehabilitation Services, North Carolina Equine Health Center at Southern Pines, Southern Pines, NC


SECTION I: Anatomy and Physiology of the Equine Foot
Chapter 1 Gross Anatomy: Structure and Function
Chapter 2 Biomechanics of the Equine Hoof
Chapter 3 Microscopic Anatomy and Physiology
Chapter 4 Hoof Nutrition

SECTION II: Diagnostic Evaluation of the Equine Foot
Chapter 5 Visual Inspection and Manual Evaluation
Chapter 6 Diagnostic Analgesia of the Equine Foot
Chapter 7 Diagnostic Imaging

SECTION III: Pathological Conditions of the Equine Foot
Chapter 8 Developmental Conditions
Chapter 9 Pathologic Conditions of the External Hoof Capsule
Chapter 10 Pathologic Conditions of the Internal Hoof Capsule
Chapter 11 Chronic Heel Pain
Chapter 12 Laminitis

SECTION IV: Balancing and Shoeing the Equine Hoof
Chapter 13 Principles of Trimming and Shoeing
Chapter 14 Discipline-Specific Trimming and Shoeing
Chapter 15 Shoeing the Diseased Hoof
Chapter 16 Shoeing the Diseased Limb

SECTION V: New Directions in Equine Podiatry
Chapter 17 Digital Amputation and Prosthetic Management
Chapter 18 Preventive Footcare
Chapter 19 Client/Farrier/Veterinarian Relations
Chapter 20 The Future of Equine Podiatry

Bibliography
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Index