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Objectifying Lameness – A Better Way to Communicate Lameness to Pet Owners

Author: Erica Shoults, DVM

This article highlights how incorporating a diagnostic tool called a “Stance Analyzer” into office visits can help objectify lameness and provide valuable data for facilitating better pet owner communication and determining the ideal course of treatment.

Published: Veterinary Practice News. January 2018. Vol 30, No 1, Pg 40

About the author(s)

Erica Shoults, DVM

Dr. Erica Shoults, a graduate of Kansas State University’s veterinary college, has been helping veterinary clinics all over the world incorporate alternative therapies into their practices for the past seven years. She has worked with several organizations in product development and improvement including the creation of the Stance Analyzer for lameness diagnosis. Her extensive knowledge of hydrotherapy has helped place dozens of canine underwater treadmills throughout North America, and she has worked on several new hospital builds in designing physical rehabilitation suites.

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