American Association of Equine Practitioners

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American Association of Equine Practitioners
American Association of Equine Practitioners is listed in the Organizations category in Lexington, Kentucky. Displayed below is the only current social network for American Association of Equine Practitioners which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of American Association of Equine Practitioners on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 66.

Contact information for American Association of Equine Practitioners is:
4075 Iron Works Pkwy
Lexington, KY 40511
(859) 233-0147
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It's #FoalFriday! To celebrate foaling season, we teamed up with AAEP member Dr. Madison Seamans—of Cornerstone Equine Medical Service in Idaho—to bring you this graphic highlighting his foaling essentials and advice for horse owners. For more in-depth foaling information read this article about preparing for a safe and successful foal delivery: https://aaep.org/horsehealth/foaling-mare-newborn-preparing-safe-successful-foal-delivery?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=facebook_page&utm_medium=American%20Association%20of%20Equine%20Practitioners

American Association of Equine Practitioners shared Diamond Farrier USA's post.
Thank you to Farrier Product Distribution, Inc. and Diamond Farrier USA for helping us educate our future horse doctors with their generous donation in support of our Podiatry Essential Skills workshops!
Diamond Farrier Company and Farrier Product Distribution, Inc. teamed up to provide the American Association of Equine Practitioners with five tool kits and farrier aprons. These tool kits will be in the podiatry case for use in the AAEP Podiatry Essential Skills Workshops. Our thanks to Darcy Brumback, Student Programs Coordinator for the AAEP, for giving us this opportunity to support the Association. #FPDInc #DiamondFarrierUSA #AAEP #EquineEducation #Footpro #FarrierTools #FarrierAprons

Who will buy your practice? Reports from a survey presented at #AAEP16 showed equine veterinary associates and practice owners have different perceptions about practice ownership—and better communication may be the solution to bridge the gap. Read more: http://equimanagement.com/content/content/55079/who-will-buy-your-practice.pdf?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=facebook_page&utm_medium=American%20Association%20of%20Equine%20Practitioners

"No teeth, no horse ... unless you’re willing to feed soaked senior feed mashes 3-4 times a day forever." AAEP member Dr. Toria Waldron of Badger Veterinary Hospital describes how the evolution of equine dental care—and commitment by veterinarians to dentistry and oral health—shows in the longevity of our equine companions. Read her article here: http://www.badgervet.com/blog/evolution-of-equine-dental-care?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=facebook_page&utm_medium=American%20Association%20of%20Equine%20Practitioners

At #AAEP16, Rich Redding, DVM, explained the MRI is one of the most useful tools veterinarians have for evaluating the fetlock. MRIs provide cross-sectional imaging in any number of slice planes and allow the practitioner to more carefully evaluate diseases of both bone and soft-tissue structures of the distal (lower) limb.
Vets use MRI to identify issues and prescribe targeted treatment to give the horse the best chance at returning to work.