Thermography can point to potential conditions through changes in heat patterns, before the horse shows any clinical signs of injury. It can also reveal hidden signs that other diagnostic tools cannot. It gives us information we didn't know, we didn't know.
I am very  interested in the distal limb and thermography can be used to provide you and your professional team additional information about conditions such as navicular syndrome, laminitis, abscesses and corns. Importantly, it can give us information regarding hoof balance and weight-bearing. Hoof balance, often over looked, is a significant influence in the cause of lameness problems not only locally in the foot but throughout the musculature of the body through compensatory issues.