Your horse can’t show you what’s hurting and what might be wrong with him… But through thermal imaging, you will be able to help him to feel better and be that beautiful whole horse you fell in love with.
Integrated Equine Infrared thermal imaging is changing the way we look at a horse. The art of shoeing and the science of infrared together, are helping the horse and owner in a whole new way.  Technology is changing the equine world.

Here are just a few things that we can use infrared imaging for:

SADDLE-FITTING
HOOF PROBLEMS
DETECTING BACK PAIN
TENDON-LIGAMENT INJURIES
NERVE DAMAGE
MUSCLE ATROPHY
CIRCULATORY CHANGES
MONITORING HEALING
PRE-PURCHASE EVALUATIONS
PRE-COMPETITION SCANS
F.E.I. APPROVED
 How does infrared work?

Infrared thermography shows temperature differences in the horse’s body which are an indicator of inflammation, irritation, disuse, poor circulation and physical stress and/or disease. The problems your farrier, vet, rider or trainer may first notice could be a hidden problem. Certified IR Imaging provides a cost-effective tool that will enable you to get the “Big Picture” when monitoring your horse’s health and well being.
 Do Certified IR Imaging (CIRI) make the diagnosis?

 Absolutely not. I.E.I. veterinarians make all the diagnoses. CIRI staff consists of Certified Infrared Thermographers who have been trained by I.E.I. veterinarians on how to conduct professional infrared imaging of the horse. Your Certified IR Imaging Thermographer has been trained and certified by EquineIR™, an international group trained in imaging protocols and reporting. Our thermographer’s role is to provide hi-quality thermal images. These images are taken with every effort to control artifacts and provide the maximum usable information for comparison.

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Who Can Benefit  From This -    

Your


            Veterinarian  Farrier         Trainer            Saddle-Fitter


           Chiropractor             Body Worker           Acupuncturist     


                                            Equine Dentist

        And Of Course You and Your Horse


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