The Informed Owner – Educating Horse Owners on Intra-articular Joint Therapies

At Noltrex®Vet, educating horse owners on the benefits of different joint treatment options is a top priority. Our new 1-hour webinar is a complete review of intra-articular injections and provides an excellent foundation to understanding and managing injectable joint therapies. 

This session begins with a critical literature review of commonly used joint therapies and their respective evidence levels which is followed by a comprehensive review of regenerative therapies. A detailed presentation of new polyacrylamide research, further reinforcing both the safety and the method of action of Noltrex®Vet is also included. We tackle some of the hardest aspects of joint management, being under the pressures of limited time and continued intense training, while managing complex joint disease. 

Learn from leaders in the standardbred industry, who are using polyacrylamide under this intense pressure, with a caseload of horses continuing to train and race. 

Gustavo Zanotto, DVM, MSc, PhD of Texas A&M University begins our session by presenting a review of commonly used joint therapies and their respective evidence levels. We then share clinical case presentations by veterinary leaders focused on lameness in the English sport horse and discuss how available literature can aid data-driven therapy choices – and where it falls short.  Our industry experts will discuss everything from biologics, to hyaluronic acid, corticosteroids and beyond.  This program has been approved by AAVSB RACE for 4 credits. 

From biologics, to hyaluronic acid, corticosteroids and beyond our Equine Joint Therapy Master Series – English Sport Horse includes: 

  • a critical literature by Gustavo Zanotto, DVM, MSc, PhD of Texas A&M University reviewing commonly used joint therapies and their respective evidence levels  
  • relevant clinical case presentations by veterinary leaders focused on lameness in the English sport horse 
  • panel discussion addressing how available literature can aid data-driven therapy choices – and where it falls short 

This session begins with a critical literature review by Gustavo Zanotto, DVM, MSc, PhD of Texas A&M University of commonly used joint therapies and their respective evidence levels. We then share clinical case presentations by veterinary leaders focused on lameness in the Western performance horse and discuss how available literature can aid data-driven therapy choices – and where it falls short.  This program has been approved by AAVSB RACE for 4 credits. 

From biologics, to hyaluronic acid, corticosteroids and beyond our Equine Joint Therapy Master Series – Western Performance Horse includes: 

  • a critical literature by Gustavo Zanotto, DVM, MSc, PhD of Texas A&M University reviewing commonly used joint therapies and their respective evidence levels 
  • relevant clinical case presentations by veterinary leaders focused on lameness in the Western performance horse 
  • panel discussion addressing how available literature can aid data-driven therapy choices – and where it falls short