• In 2017 Chine House invested in a new tool for lameness investigation at the clinic, the Equinosis Q inertial sensor lameness system (lameness locator). The Equinosis Q system offers precise and objective identification of gait asymmetry using microelectric sensors positioned on the poll, pelvis and pastern of the horse. The system is particularly useful in the investigation of subtle or multi-limb lameness as well as to gauge the effectiveness of treatment. It is also helpful when monitoring rehabilitation programmes. The system is used in combination with standard lameness investigation techniques and can be used on all surfaces.

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