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Surgery for an Infected and Fractured Splint Bone

Two weeks ago, I ended my post about The Perils of a Puncture Wound by talking about two friends who reached out to me and described similar experiences with their horses. Specifically, I said, “One had involvement of the splint bone which required surgery and six months of rehab. I consider us very, very fortunate …

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The Perils of a Puncture Wound… A Day at CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital

Once again, I am going to preempt what I had scheduled in order to tell you about what I didn’t have scheduled. I have alluded this past few weeks to the fact that Kadeen sustained a puncture wound to his leg while we were on the road. Sadly, it required a daylong experience at the …

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Powerful Prolotherapy for People and Animals

This post will be about an incredibly successful method of treating inflammation in multiple different areas of the body. I will do my best to make is as free of “medical-ese” as possible, while still explaining how it works and the various ways to do prolotherapy. I have personally had multiple prolotherapy treatments over the …

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