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DIAGNOSIS • TREATMENT • REHABILITATION

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DIAGNOSIS • TREATMENT • REHABILITATION

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DIAGNOSIS • TREATMENT • REHABILITATION

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DIAGNOSIS • TREATMENT • REHABILITATION

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DIAGNOSIS • TREATMENT • REHABILITATION

Anne Moretta VMD, MS

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With over 35 years experience in equine sports medicine focusing on racehorses, performance horse sales consulting, and sport horses of all disciplines and breeds, Anne Moretta, VMD, MS, brings a truly comprehensive approach to Wellington Equine Sports Medicine. Her primary interests are in diagnosis and treatment of complex biomechanical, musculoskeletal and lameness issues, poor performance problem and the use of acupuncture for pain relief. Moretta works with top- level horses both nationally and internationally. She provides in-depth lameness work-ups, imaging, pre-purchase exams and has a special interest in metabolic and other medical conditions that can affect your horse’s performance. Moretta provides an integrated picture of your horse to help your equine partner achieve optimum health and overall peak performance.

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Suzan Oakley DVM, Dipl. ABVP (Equine) Certified Member, ISELP

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Dr. Oakley is a board certified specialist in equine practice and is one of the few veterinarians in this country certified by the International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP). Her practice focuses on lameness and imaging in performance horses and she has a special interest and extensive training in the use of ultrasound for the diagnosis and rehabilitation of sport horse injuries. She feels that a complete and accurate diagnosis of the whole horse is the most effective tool in the rehabilitation of an injury, allowing the horse to return to work as soon as possible.

 

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Sheila Schils, MS, PhD

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Dr. Shelia Schils is an innovator in the field of equine rehabilitation, having developed the use of Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) in horses. Her focus is evaluation of the whole horse from a physical therapy perspective and designing physical therapy protocols for injury rehabilitation and injury prevention. Dr. Schils has a PhD in Biomechanics and Kinesiology. She spent a year performing research with the International Equine Biomechanics Team in Sweden involving evaluation of the biomechanics of the horse during injury and recovery. Dr. Schils was a professor at the University of Wisconsin for 20 years where she taught courses in biomechanics and kinesiology. Dr. Schils’ experience as a competitive rider in eventing and FEI level dressage balances her background in teaching and research and gives her a rider’s perspective when evaluating equine movement and designing rehabilitation programs. For more information on Dr. Schils and Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES), visit www.Equinew.com.

 

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