Has anyone had the horse scanned with a thermal imaging machine? Is it worth getting done?
I've had a fair amount of bad luck with injuries and illness with my mare over the last 18 months, and while I'm willing to keep handing over my hard earned cash to get her sound, I'm not willing to pay for something that isn't going to do anything. I know that the thermal imaging isn't going to fix anything, but I'm hoping that it will provide me with a clearer picture of where exactly she is sore. So far the vet, massage therapist, saddle fitter, chiropractor, dentist and farrier haven't been able to pinpoint why she's not 100%.