How to prevent myositis in horses thanks to data?

How to prevent myositis in horses thanks to data?

Acceuil 9 Category: Physiology Myositis in horses (also called tying-up, Monday disease or exertional rhabdomyolysis) is used to describe the destruction of muscle fibers following an effort that was not adapted to the horse’s physical condition. It is a...
Exertional rhabdomyolysis in horses

Exertional rhabdomyolysis in horses

Home 9 Category: Physiology Exertional rhabdomyolysis in horses, also known as tying-up, Monday disease or myositis, is defined as a painful muscle disease induced by exercise. It is a muscular inflammation that happens after physical exertion. Unlike muscle...
Muscular physiology in the athletic horse

Muscular physiology in the athletic horse

Home 9 Category: Physiology Muscular physiology in the horse athlete is an important factor to study when interested in his training. Indeed, the muscles participate in various functions essential to the horse’s life (breathing, digestion…) and to its...
4 questions to analyze your racehorses’ fitness

4 questions to analyze your racehorses’ fitness

Accueil 9 Author archive for anyssa Racehorses are true athletes who undergo intensive training. It is therefore essential to monitor and analyze the fitness of your horses to keep an eye on their health and to maximize their performance.  Indeed, fitness is an...
Pulmonary haemorrhage in the racehorse

Pulmonary haemorrhage in the racehorse

Home 9 Category: Physiology Our team had the chance to interview Dr. Emmanuelle van Erck, veterinarian specialized in equine sport medicine, about the consequences of pulmonary haemorrhage in the racehorse. This pathology affects many racehorses, and its...