Disease Du Jour: Hoof Wall and Coronary Band Injuries in Horses

In Episode 48 of the Disease Du Jour podcast, we talk to Dr. Craig Lesser, a veterinarian and AFA Certified Farrier, about hoof wall and coronary band injuries in horses.
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In Episode 48 of the Disease Du Jour podcast, we talk to Craig Lesser, DVM, an AFA Certified Farrier who works at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Kentucky, about Hoof Wall and Coronary Band Injuries in horses.

Lesser graduated from Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. Following the completion of an internship at Anoka Equine, he moved to Lexington to complete a podiatry fellowship at Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital and joined the practice as an associate.

EquiManagement’s Disease Du Jour podcast is focused on equine research and current best practices. Disease Du Jour is brought to you in 2021 by Merck Animal Health.

Topics covered in this podcast include:

  • What are the most common hoof wall issues veterinarians see and solution?
    • Abscesses
    • Hoof cracks
    • Seedy toe
    • Laminitis
  • What are the most common coronary band issues veterinarians see
    • Injuries
    • Cuts
    • Cracks
  • How can veterinarians work better with farriers in these cases?

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EquiManagement’s Disease Du Jour podcast is focused on equine research and current best practices. Disease Du Jour is brought to you in 2020 by Merck Animal Health.

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