Sleip Blog

Movement asymmetry: Biological variation or lameness? by Marie Rhodin

Movement asymmetry: Biological variation or lameness? by Marie Rhodin

Marie Rhodin, DVM explores movement asymmetry in horses and whether it is possible to say when the asymmetry indicates lameness.

Interview with Peder Fredricson – Winning with love and respect for horses

Interview with Peder Fredricson – Winning with love and respect for horses

We caught up with Peder Fredricson, top-ranked showjumping rider and Olympian medalist, about his routines, the upcoming Olympics and motion analysis.

A passion for prevention: Meet equine physiotherapist Dewi Bergman-van Mechelen

A passion for prevention: Meet equine physiotherapist Dewi Bergman-van Mechelen

Dewi Bergman-van Mechelen is the leading equine physio. She specialises in orthomanual therapy, chiropraxis, and sports rehabilitation for horses.

Rehabilitation: the road back to recovery with Morgan Lashley

Rehabilitation: the road back to recovery with Morgan Lashley

In our latest blog, Dr. Morgan Lashley, DVM, ECVSMR, talks us through the importance of a tailored approach and details the different rehabilitation phases

Talking biological fingerprints at the EGAS course in Lüsche

Talking biological fingerprints at the EGAS course in Lüsche

Experts Michael Schoeberl, Stijn Deturck, Diana Landskron, and physiotherapist Eoghan Nagle discuss the use of gait analysis in equine welfare and client service.

Decoding equine pain through facial expressions and behaviour with Dr Johan Lundblad

Decoding equine pain through facial expressions and behaviour with Dr Johan Lundblad

Can decoding facial expressions help us know if the asymmetry is caused by pain? Hear it from Dr Johan Lundblad.

Objective gait analysis in equine lameness exams: MoCap vs. IMU vs. Sleip

Objective gait analysis in equine lameness exams: MoCap vs. IMU vs. Sleip

Curious about how Sleip measures against other systems like MoCap and IMU sensors for gait analysis exams? Discover the insights in our latest blog post.

Inviting horse owners to record through Sleip: 5 questions to Karolina Dahlkvist

Inviting horse owners to record through Sleip: 5 questions to Karolina Dahlkvist

Karolina Dahlkvist, clinic director at Evidensia's equine clinic, is a seasoned equine veterinarian specializing in orthopedics and ultrasonography. She’s innovating ways to collaborate with horse owners and monitor her equine patients closely.

Introducing Sleip Talk: connect with equine experts on issues that impact horse health and performance

Introducing Sleip Talk: connect with equine experts on issues that impact horse health and performance

In the first episode of Sleip Talk, hosted by veterinarian and biomechanics researcher Elin Hernlund, we dive into what motion analysis can bring to equine care and how insights into biomechanics impact the way top riders work with their horses.