Dr. Moretta practices equine veterinary medicine in both Wellington FL and the Mid-Atlantic area (PA, NJ, MD, VA). To contact Dr. Moretta directly or set up an appointment, call 717-873-1068 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
With over 35 years experience in equine sports medicine focusing on performance/sport horses of all disciplines and breeds, Anne Moretta, VMD, MS, CVSMT brings a truly comprehensive approach to Wellington Equine Sports Medicine. Her primary interests include diagnosis and treatment of complex biomechanical, lameness/musculoskeletal, and poor performance problems. She has advanced training in the use of acupuncture and gentle spinal manipulation for drug free pain relief. Dr. 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 equine medical conditions which can affect your horse’s performance. Dr. Moretta provides an integrated picture of your horse to help your equine partner achieve optimum health and overall peak performance.
Dr. Moretta attended the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine and New Bolton Center. While at New Bolton she completed advanced equine clinical work and participated in several equine medical and orthopedic research projects.
Dr. Moretta’s background as a professional hunter/jumper rider and owner, trainer and breeder of sport horses and Hanoverians broadens her perspective on many aspects of sport horse issues. She travels internationally as a consultant on various aspects of equine sports medicine and provides top quality services at major east coast equestrian events. Dr. Moretta is a past president of the Florida Association of Equine Practitioners and is passionate about her approach to equine performance evaluation and equine welfare.
She is internationally trained in advanced equine acupuncture and spinal manipulation and can use an integrative approach to maintain your horse’s comfort and soundness. She enhances her traditional veterinary practice with an Eastern approach especially when conventional treatment and medicines are not effective.
Dr. Moretta finds her acupuncture and spinal manipulation techniques enhance each other and give her a different perspective on lameness diagnosis and treatment.
In the last ten years, Dr. Moretta’s clients have increasingly seen the value in acupuncture prior to competition to help sport horses with neck, back and musculoskeletal discomfort and as an alternative to banned substances.
Dr. Moretta provides quality personalized care for competitors at all levels. She enjoys taking time to educate clients and work with referring veterinarians.