Of his thirty five years experience practicing equine veterinary medicine dr terry swanson has focused the last fifteen to twenty years on equine lameness he grew up on a cattle ranch outside chugwater wyoming and is an avid team roper. The bones in a horses legs are supported by a system of muscles ligaments tendons and connective tissues that function to support the horse as it stands diminish compression when the horse moves and to protect the horse from injuries that occur from overextension of the major joints. On this 5th year anniversary of western horsemans understanding lameness book a book i wrote with the amazing dr swanson from littleton equine medical center its an honor to remember working together for a noble project. Lameness is not a disease per se but a clinical sign it is a manifestation of pain mechanical restrictions causing alteration of stance or gait or neuromuscular disease
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