Advanced Orthopedic & Soft Tissue Surgery

Diagnostic Imaging Equipment

Equine Medicine & Specialized Treatment Modalities

Equine Reproduction


In-House Diagnostic Laboratory

Equine Dentistry

Advanced Orthopedic & Soft Tissue Surgery

For over 40 years we have utilized cutting edge technology and diagnostics in order to provide exemplary care, management and surgical intervention to keep your horse performing to the best of its ability. Please click on the tabs for more information regarding some 
of the techniques and procedures we provide.

Mare with squamous cell carcinoma
of the 3rd eyelid prior to treatment

Same mare 4 months post surgical
debridement and topical chemotherapy

Arthroscopic Surgery

We have 30 years experience performing arthroscopic surgery. This procedure utilizes specialty arthroscopic equipment to visualize defects within joints and tendons. Some of these defects include OCD fragments, fractures, osteochondral fragments (bone chips) and tendon lesions. Surgical correction of these lesions and after-care management allows horses to return to work and performance.

(click on photos to enlarge)

Intra-op arthroscopic view of
large OCD fragments of the

Arthroscopic view of cartilage
erosion of the pastern joint

Osteochondral bone fragments
post-surgical removal from 
carpal joint

Throat Surgery

We use the endoscopy of the upper respiratory tract to diagnose conformational abnormalities of the larynx in the horse. If your horse proves to be an ideal surgical candidate, we can perform soft tissue surgery to stabilize and facilitate better air flow with this surgical procedure. Click the link below for more information regarding upper respiratory tract abnormalities within the horse.

Cough Evaluation Form

(click on photos to enlarge)

Endoscopic view of dorsal 
displacement of the soft palate

Endoscopic view of left
artyenoid cartilage paralysis


  Using advanced LASER technology we routinely perform neurectomy surgeries. This procedure can provide your horse with pain-free performance, use and/or retirement for several years if proven to be an ideal surgical candidate. This procedure is often performed in horses with heel pain and/or navicular disease. Click the link below for more information regarding navicular disease.

Navicular Disease Form

Equine lameness specialist, including digital thermal imaging (thermography), digital radiography, extracorporeal shock wave therapy, arthroscopic and laser surgery, ultrasound, endoscopy, equine denistry and much more.  Located in Albion, Idaho
Tendonitis - left front leg - Joint & Tendons