Pictures of horse's hooves

Our Integrated Podiatry Service combines the skills and expertise of our board-certified veterinarians and those of experienced farriers. We work as a team to diagnose, treat and manage a variety of foot conditions.

While corrective shoeing is commonly used for conditions that directly affect the hoof, it is also used during the rehabilitation of soft-tissue injuries to correct musculoskeletal abnormalities, as well as for support during post-surgery healing.

Our Integrated Podiatry Service also plays a vital role in managing conditions such as laminitis, quarter cracks and infection. Additionally, our advanced imaging modalities such as digital radiology, ultrasound, CT and MRI are available to ensure that our patients receive the highest standard of care.

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X-Ray of a horse leg fracture before it was repaired at Tufts Equine Center


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