I have just used Midwest Thermal Imaging for the 1st time on my horse. Diagnosing lameness in equine can be very troublesome. Other Diagnostic tools, you start at the bottom with nerve blocks and work your way up with X rays, Ultrasounds one piece at a time. With Midwest Thermal Imaging I got the whole picture in one visit, it is less expensive, less invasive than nerve blocking, and it gets images X- rays can’t get to and puts off radiation. My horses lameness was located where the spine and pelvic come together. They saved me a lot of time and money. I highly recommend Midwest Thermal Imaging for any puzzling problems.
Thermal Imaging Application & Benefits
Preparing Your Pet For Thermal Imaging
The horse should equilibrate with ambient conditions for sufficient time to approximate a steady state. The equilibration period should be at least 10-15 minutes. During the equilibration period the horse should remain uncovered with rugs and bandages removed.
The horse owner / trainer may be provided with instructions intended to reduce the likelihood of artifacts or inconclusive thermography.
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