Diagnostics and Therapeutics

Acupuncture

Acupuncture

We offer acupuncture as a complementary treatment modality for a variety of equine conditions. Prescribed treatments are neuroanatomically based with emphasis on generalized body soreness/stiffness, lameness, saddle fit discomfort, equine foot pain, equine...

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Digital Radiography

Digital Radiography

Digital radiography allows instant visualization of x-rays. Results are read instantly, and radiographs can also be manipulated to provide optimal contrast and brightness. Digital radiography also allows electronic storage and transmission of images. BEMC is equipped...

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Artemis Laser

Artemis Laser

The Artemis Non-Invasive Regenerative Therapy (NRT) laser is one of the most powerful therapy devices available for veterinary use and the only one that can treat with both NRT and RIM therapy. This distinguishes the Artemis from the many other cold laser therapies on...

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Videoendoscopy and Gastroscopy

Videoendoscopy and Gastroscopy

Do you suspect problems from your horse’s throat to its airway to its lungs? Respiratory videoendoscopy might offer the answer. Endoscopy images your horse’s airways with a video camera and allows us to identify problems, take diagnostic samples, take bacterial...

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Ultrasonography

Ultrasonography

Our clinicians use ultrasound extensively for reproductive work and to diagnose a variety of injuries and conditions. Our team has received specialized training in both performing ultrasounds and interpreting results. Ultrasound allows us to look at different internal...

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Pro-Stride

Pro-Stride

Pro-Stride is an autologous protein solution (APS), which is a concentrated solution of cells, platelets, growth factors, and anti-inflammatory proteins that is isolated from your horse’s or your dog’s own blood. This regenerative medicine treatment is...

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Laser Surgery

BEMC’s surgical technology includes two lasers, a Lumenis 25-watt carbon dioxide laser and a Lumenis 50-watt diode surgical laser. Laser surgery advantages include remarkable hemorrhage control, shortened anesthesia times, elimination of general anesthesia in some...

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Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy

We use mesotherapy to help treat multiple conditions, including equine neck and back pain. The minimally invasive procedure inhibits nerves carrying pain from deep structures in the spinal segment by stimulating nerves from a more superficial structure, the skin. A...

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IRAP

Interleukin-1 receptor antagonist protein therapy, known as “IRAP,” is used to treat inflamed or arthritic joints. This treatment involves injecting an autologous (derived from the horse being treated) serum sample into a horse’s affected joint. The serum contains...

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Bone-Marrow-Derived Stem Cells

Autologous bone-marrow-derived stem cell therapy uses your horse’s own stem cells to treat musculoskeletal diseases. We harvest a bone marrow sample from the horse’s sternum or pelvis and send it to a lab that cultures the cells. We then use these cells to treat a...

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Shock Wave

Shock Wave

Extracorporeal shock wave therapy uses short but intense energy waves to treat a variety of conditions in horses. Research and anecdotal results support its use for suspensory ligament desmitis, chronic muscle soreness (back pain) and fibrosis, tendonitis,...

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Platelet-Rich Plasma

Platelet-Rich Plasma

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) can help heal and repair injured tendons and ligaments on a cellular level. PRP is a blood byproduct produced by special centrifugation of the patient’s blood. Rich in growth factors, PRP is a natural, patient-derived product that is safe...

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Arthroscopic Surgery

Arthroscopic Surgery

Videoendoscopic arthroscopic surgery is a minimally invasive option to explore and correct abnormalities of a horse’s joints and tendon sheaths. The same technique is commonly used in human knee surgeries and greatly speeds recovery compared to traditional surgical...

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Lameness Locator

The Lameness Locator by Equinosis allows for the highly sensitive detection of movement abnormalities and subtle lameness. It consists of three wireless gyrometers (movement sensors) that attach to the horse’s poll area, pelvis, and right fore pastern. These sensors...

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