Acupuncture originates from traditional Chinese medicine and is being increasingly used in veterinary medicine. Our specialist, Dr Amandine Brandenberger, takes a holistic approach to patients with regard to a traditional Chinese diagnosis and carries out targeted acupuncture, which helps restore energetic balance in the body.
Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgery that helps to comprehensively examine the affected joint by using specialist instruments. The findings can then be used to inform surgical treatment at the same appointment. Arthroscopy is used for injuries, inflammation or degenerative changes to joints. It is utilised particularly often for so-called chip surgeries, that is, the removal of bone fragments.
Respiratory illnesses are one of the most common internal diseases in horses. The main symptoms include a cough, nasal discharge and physical weakness. Respiratory illnesses can easily occur in warm and poorly ventilated stalls in particular, and can sometimes become chronic.
Immediately after their birth, foals begin to explore their world, learning how to be part of the herd and how to be around people. Our specialists ensure that young animals start their lives healthily and develop as best they possibly can.
Alongside musculoskeletal and respiratory conditions, cardiovascular illnesses are some of the most common causes of declining performance in horses. At Hanse Equine Hospital, a variety of heart conditions and functional pathologies can be diagnosed early on via cardiological examinations.
Internal medicine for horses is generally associated with colic. However, this branch of veterinary medicine is much more diverse. The doctors at Hanse Equine Hospital treat a complete range of problems, from gastrointestinal disorders and skin changes to metabolic disorders.
Modern analysis techniques and processes and specially trained technical staff mean that we can process, examine and assess sample material directly on-site in our hospital. This saves time and allows us to offer precise treatment.
Emergencies can happen at any time in the stall, paddock, when riding or even during a tournament. Our vets can be reached by phone round the clock in case of emergency and will help your horse quickly and without complications.
Thanks to osteosynthesis, horse bone fractures and fissures are now curable in many cases. Under X-ray monitoring, the specialists at Hanse Equine Hospital immobilise the affected bone using implants like screws and/or plates after they have set them in the correct anatomical position.
Regenerative therapy is very easily tolerated and is proven to reduce side effects, because endogenous cells and substances are primarily used during the healing process. Hanse Equine Hospital utilises both repairing and regenerative medicine, which can mean long-term improvements for your horse.
At Hanse Equine Hospital, our vets regularly perform dental check-ups and dental treatments. This means we can quickly discover and treat inflammation or injuries in the horse’s mouth and keep your horse’s sensitive mouth in the best possible shape for its whole life.