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Office: (256) 771-1590
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 8AM-5PM
Closed for lunch from 12pm-1pm
After hours emergencies are seen on a client basis only and are preferred to be seen at the hospital.
We are located at 29122 Capshaw Road in Harvest, AL. 35749
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Welcome to North Alabama Equine Hospital! NAEH is located in the heart of North Alabama exclusively treating equine patients. Our convenient location allows easy access for clients in North Alabama and Southern Tennessee. Our hospital facility allows us to care for patients in need of basic to intensive veterinary care as well as minor surgical procedures. In addition to our hospital facility, our ambulatory vehicles provide on site farm care.
Mission Statement: Our Goal at North Alabama Equine Hospital is to ensure that the patients entrusted to us by their owners receive the most up to date and comprehensive medical care available.
We invite you to explore our website and welcome you to the practice of North Alabama Equine Hospital!
At North Alabama Equine Hospital, we treat your horse like the valued family members they are.
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Harvest Veterinarian | North Alabama Equine Hospital | 256-771-1590
29122 Capshaw Rd
Harvest, AL 35749
NAEH is proud to present it’s newest piece of equipment!
What is the Lameness Locator?
The Lameness Locator is a wireless motion analysis system that uses sensors to detect asymmetries in gait that may no be seen by the human eye.
How does the Lameness Locator work?
We Place sensors on the horse's poll, pastern and pelvis, that are wirelessly tracked by a portable computer. The quantifiable data is transmitted to the computer instantly, helping pinpoint subtle, difficult or multiple lamenesses and quantitate lameness of all varieties. The sensors weigh less then 30 grams each and so not affect the lameness appears. The data from the sensors can show the location of asymmetry in the gait, the severity of the lameness, and at what stance in the gait the lameness appears.
When is the Lameness Locator helpfull?
The Lameness Locator is a unique diagnostic tool that aids in the diagnosis of the lameness. It may be used throughout the lameness examination and aids your veterinarian in localizing a lameness issue for complete diagnosis and appropriate treatment.
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