One of the hardest things to know is if what we are doing for the horse is the right thing for that current situation at that current time. Hoofcare choices can depend on many different factors – so how do we know if we are taking them all into consideration to ultimately help the horse?
Pat Reilly, Chief of Farrier Services at New Bolton Center in PA, talks about evidence-based podiatry and tools and metrics we can use to measure changes in both hoof morphology as well as movement and biomechanics.
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