is a degenerative joint disease. The breakdown of the joint cartilage leads to
pain and paralysis, and just as we humans feels the horse to osteoarthritis
especially in cold and wet weather. It is not possible to heal osteoarthritis,
but it is possible to treat osteoarthritis in different ways and thus stop or
slow down the course of the disease.
various types of osteoarthritis: idiopathic generalized osteoarthritis,
post-traumatic osteoarthritis and deforming osteoarthritis. The idiopathic
arthrosis is most common and affects the aging of the horses. The posttraumatic
arthritis affects an individual joint as a result of an injury. For example,
the deforming arthrosis of a horse can be called a splash and then occurs in
the sliding guide of the rabbit. This type of osteoarthritis is caused by
many types of osteoarthritis in horses and as many ways to treat them. If a
horse is tackled by osteoarthritis, the hooves often show a partial abrasion.
My work involves reducing pain and increasing the horse’s ability to move.