Ocala, FL – At the University of Florida Veterinary Hospital at World Equestrian Center we are proud to offer state-of-the art diagnostic imaging services to our equine clients. Our sports medicine specialists are supported by board-certified veterinary radiologists with specialty certification in equine diagnostic imaging who provide real-time feedback and perform detailed imaging during your horse’s visit, ensuring that we provide the highest quality imaging for your horse.
Our advanced diagnostic imaging technology includes the Qalibra CT, Hallmarq MRI, LONGMILE PET scanner, digital radiography, and digital ultrasonography. Each modality provides different types of information and may be combined to provide more specific and accurate diagnoses of lameness and musculoskeletal problems. These two new videos demonstrate our CT and PET scanner. First, here’s Dr. Robin Bell discussing the Qalibra CT and what some of its incredible capabilities:
Next, Dr. Bell shares how the LONGMILE PET scanner offers unique advantages over traditional bone scans.
In addition to expertise in imaging, our equine veterinarians are board-certified in sports medicine and rehabilitation, surgery, and internal medicine and are experienced performance horse veterinarians with broad skill sets. We are well-versed in the demands of each individual sport and understand that each horse’s needs vary according to these demands. Let us help your performance horse reach its potential.
Our equine hospital is open Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Learn more about all of our services at hospitals.vetmed.ufl.edu/wec or contact us at (352) 414-3858 for information and appointments.