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DITI can detect injuries in ligaments and tendons up to 3 weeks before any clinic symptoms occur. Monitoring recovery allows for optimized recovery time and care.
Ligaments and Tendons
Injury and degeneration is one of the leading causes of lameness in horses. DITI is used to read the subtle thermal patterns surrounding areas of the joint and identify the type and stage of the injury.
Damaged nerve is one of the hardest things to diagnose. DITI allows you to quickly and easily identify whether your horse is suffering from nerve damage or associated pain, whether this is along the spinal cord, or elsewhere in the body.
Often presented as behavorial problems, back problems can be the most difficult to diagnose. Aggression during grooming or tacking up, uneven gates or crookedness, bucking during gate changes can all be symptoms of back discomfort. DITI can help detect the cause of the discomfort and thus elleviate the pain.
Head tossing, bit chewing and facial sensitivity may be a sign of a more serious problem. DITI quickly detects areas of dental pain from conditions such as sharp edges, hooks, abscesses, and more.
A healthy hoof is paramount for optimal performance of a horse. DITI can help in the detection and treatment of conditions like laminis, navicular, abscesses and the overall balance of the hoof.
DITI of your horses back and saddle right after your ride can provide insight into problems your saddle may be causing. Saddles that are too wide, too narrow, uneven, or bridged wrong could cause serious discomfort for the horse.
Besides being a primary source of pain, muscles are often stressed due to compensation factors from other injuries. Detecting these areas is usful for a massage therapist or body worker to focus on and expedite the healing process.