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Debbie LaBerge MS Nursing, RN

AAT Certified Tech in Veterinary Thermology

ITC Certified Level I Tech

ThermoHorse ®
      
Mobile equine thermal imaging since 2003.
Certified equine thermal imaging technician. Serving vets, trainers, owners in Aiken, SC.
 
Applications: 

Localize hoof stress, bruising & abscess.

Visualize patterns of saddle  fit and rider balance.

Earlier recognition of training stress & injury.

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"What is Thermal Imaging?"

Thermal imaging maps surface heat patterns of the horse's body with a non-contacting camera

It can help locate areas with changes in blood flow, which may indicate injury.

Symmetrical thermal patterns are normal. Hot or cold asymmetries can be abnormal.

Thermography is used with veterinary exam & other imaging tools.

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R-sided saddle contact pattern on horse's back. 

Saddle fit problem, rider balance or sore horse? 

Oct 27, 2012: Attended American Academy of Thermology Scientific Session in Greenville, SC. Sessions on human and veterinary thermal imaging.

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 Horse reluctant on downhill. More contact pattern under front of saddle, which was too wide.

View thermal contact patterns on the bottom of your saddle.

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Hot spot of  LF tendon on horse in endurance training.

Tendinitis diagnosed by vet after exam & ultrasound.

 

 

 

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Front view of hocks.

Thermal asymmetry between R and L hocks. Inflammation pattern R hock.

Images on this website are the property of Debbie LaBerge and not to be used without my permission.

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Located in Aiken County, SC. info@thermohorse.com    803-641-4271