EquiManagement Magazine Spring 2023

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The Spring 2023 issue of EquiManagement magazine includes the latest research on horse health, coverage of presentations at the 2022 AAEP Convention, insights on construction opportunities in 2023, and tips for recession-proofing your practice. Each advertisement is linked so you can easily investigate products and services.

Read or download a PDF of the Spring 2023 EquiManagement issue here.

In This Issue

4 Publisher’s Points: A Turning Point By Kimberly S. Brown

6 What’s Online By Carly Sisson

A recap of some top items you might have missed on EquiManagement.com.

8 Keeping Up By Nancy S. Loving, DVM

  • Injectable Omeprazole
  • Pergolide Overdose
  • Novel Sarcoid Treatment
  • The Microbiome in Early Life

16 Business Briefs: The Importance of Having a Budget By Amy L. Grice, VMD, MBA

Brought to you by CareCredit

20 AAEP Retention Commission: The Top Priority of the AAEP By Amy L. Grice, VMD, MBA

22 AAEP 2022: Horse Health and Research By Nancy S. Loving, DVM

From PPID to PAAHG and AMA to PRP, there were a lot of discussions of current and new treatments for our equine patients. Brought to you by American Regent Animal Health

31 2022 AAEP Convention Business Coverage By Amy L. Grice, VMD, MBA

From veterinarian retention to defensible records, here are highlights from business presentations at the 2022 AAEP Convention. Brought to you by CareCredit

42 AAEP Convention Reproduction Wrap-Up By Kimberly S. Brown based on articles by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc

This article offers a summary of six reproduction-focused articles from the 2022 AAEP Convention.

50 The Reality of Equine Practice in 2023 By Amy L. Grice, VMD, MBA

Take a look at the challenges and opportunities that equine practice is facing as we move into 2023.

61 Decreasing NSCs for an Obesity-Free ’23 By Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc

Emphasize the ‘NO’ in nonstructural carbohydrates for overweight horses.

68 Recession-Proof Your Practice and Your Life By Amy L. Grice, VMD, MBA

We are likely to experience a recession in 2023, but taking steps now will help you weather it and emerge successful.

78 Construction in a Changing World By Heather E. Lewis, AIA, AAA

Construction and renovation are difficult, but 2023 might be a good year to undertake veterinary practice projects.

84 Today’s Vet Schools By Katie Navarra

With today’s shortage of equine veterinarians, those in the veterinary industry can help direct interested young people toward veterinary school.

90 Research Spotlight: AAEP 2022 Milne Lecture: Skeletal Injuries in Equine Athletes By Nancy S. Loving, DVM

Maintaining fitness is required to maintain bone mass, so training work must be relevant to the work the horse is expected to do.

96 Ad Index

Special Advertising Section

46 Joint Profit Center By Kimberly S. Brown

Here are tips on making complete joint care a more important part of your bottom line! Brought to you by Boehringer Ingelheim Equine Health

82 Using Autologous Blood Products to Manage Arthritis in Horses Brought to you by Dechra

An equine veterinary sports medicine/rehab specialist describes what we know about orthobiologic therapies for OA.

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