If your horse has been diagnosed with laminitis, or you suspect laminitis, chances are you are trawling the internet to find out as much as you can about this crippling disease. Treatment is available and can be provided by your vet and your farrier. There is also a complementary treatment that has been shown to be effective known as photonic therapy.Read More
Cushing’s Syndrome can occur in any breed of dog, occurs equally in male or female and is usually diagnosed around the age of 7 – 10 years.
It is most often caused by a tumour in the pituitary gland, which in turn leads to over-secretion of cortisol by the adrenal gland. Read More
See How Photonic Therapy Can help Your Horse with Cushing’s Disease
Dr. Brian McLaren, Q.D.A.H., B.V.Sc., C.V.A.(IVAS), P/Grad.Dip, M.App.Sc.
Cushing’s disease is traditionally considered a condition of humans and old dogs and does not appear as an equine disease in any of the veterinary texts.Read More