Markerless lameness diagnostics on your phone

At Sleip, we understand the demands and rewards of equine veterinary practice. Our AI-driven technology was developed to assist vets in addressing lameness issues, offering scientifically validated gait analysis capabilities on your phone.

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Catch even subtle lameness

The ability to detect even slight irregularities and subtle changes is a game-changer, allowing you to address potential problems affecting performance early on and reducing the risk of long-term injury.

  • Facilitate early intervention
  • Improve outcomes for your equine patients

 

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Data to back you up

While gait analysis is just one piece of the complex diagnostics puzzle, it provides objective data to substantiate your decisions and support communication about the horse's health and performance. An unbiased comparison of gait patterns before and after flexion tests and diagnostic analgesia helps localize the cause of lameness.

  • Ensure evidence-based decision-making
  • Measure effects of diagnostic intervention

Data to back you up

While gait analysis is just one piece of the complex diagnostics puzzle, it provides objective data to substantiate your decisions and support communication about the horse's health and performance. An unbiased comparison of gait patterns before and after flexion tests and diagnostic analgesia helps localize the cause of lameness.

  • Ensure evidence-based decision-making
  • Measure effects of diagnostic intervention
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Data to back you up

While gait analysis is just one piece of the complex diagnostics puzzle, it provides objective data to substantiate your decisions and support communication about the horse's health and performance. An unbiased comparison of gait patterns before and after flexion tests and diagnostic analgesia helps localize the cause of lameness.

  • Ensure evidence-based decision-making
  • Measure effects of diagnostic intervention
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Extend your reach

The app's longitudinal monitoring capability establishes a baseline for the horse's movement pattern, which is crucial for recognizing changes over time. With an add-on to your Sleip subscription, invite clients to record through the app for you. The analysis results, with high-quality video documentation and data, are automatically uploaded to the vet account.

  • Offer a remote service with add-on subscription feature
  • Complement physical visits efficiently
  • Goodbye to blurry WhatsApp videos
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Subscribe and start Sleiping

Subscriptions start from 150 euros/170 dollars a month for a solo vet/device with access to run analyses on as many horses as you'd like. We also offer adjusted subscription packages for clinics and vets working on the same team but with different levels of use. There are no startup costs and you can cancel your subscription at any time.

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Discover the sharing feature

Offer clients remote support. With the sharing feature added to the subscription, you can invite others to record for you through the Sleip app. The high-quality video and analysis results are automatically sent to you. Typically, vets charge an additional fee for this service. 

 

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”Sleip is an unparalleled complement to my subjective lameness evaluation of a patient. In addition, the Sleip Recorder facilitates my client interaction to optimize rehabilitation”

— Maria Terese Engell
Veterinarian and founder of Rider in Balance
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"We follow all the horses in the national XC team of Sweden to try to see it before it happens. This is on way to make sure that the athletes get the best possible care.”

— Enar Tollig
Team Veterinarian, Swedish eventing team
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"Those that live in fear of tech replacing vets are missing the point. This is a tool to make you better. Sleip is better at seeing small things than what we are.“

— Marcus Swail
Irish team veterinarian
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"This is useful for any sport horse in any discipline, as all can be susceptible to a higher risk of injury from training and/or competition."

— Olivia Rudolphi
Rudolphi Veterinary Service
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“Sleip is a really good tool for monitoring horses in training, for early detection of lameness, and it’s also very useful at the clinic. We use it to help identify the lame limb, and for comparisons before and after diagnostic analgesia for example.”

— Marie Rhodin
DVM, DECVSMR and associate professor
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"It’s great to have a tool like Sleip to back up your opinion and to be able to show precise metrics of any movement irregularity. It can work a bit like the cameras used for replay in ice hockey or football to prove your point."

— Lisa Lidbeck
Equine vet, FEI vet level 4

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License-based access

Sleip is provided on a monthly subscription plan adapted to the size and needs of your practice. Easy to get started and easy to cancel. 

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No technical installation needed

Once you have a subscription, simply download the Sleip app and you are ready to go. No need for any hardware or equipment apart from your iPhone. 

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Biomechanical data synchronized with video

The artificial intelligence powered Sleip app uses markerless technology to analyse motion patterns to identify lameness.

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Recordings analysed in minutes

Precise gait metrics and analysis video are processed and delivered within three minutes. If you have a slow internet connection, you can choose to upload for analysis later. 

Study validating precision of Sleip technology

25 January 2023 – The full study confirming the capabilities Sleip in detecting lameness in horses has been published in the open access journal Animals. Veterinarians and researchers alike can now access study details for a better understanding of the measurement metrics and how the tool can be used in their work.

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Latest blogs 

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.

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