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Nick A. Huggons

Equine Surgeon

San Luis Rey Equine Hospital

HQ Phone:  (760) 726-4566

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San Luis Rey Equine Hospital

4211 Holly Lane

Bonsall, California,92003

United States

Company Description

San Luis Rey Equine Hospital strives to provide superior equine health services in a compassionate environment, to make a positive, measurable difference in the well-being and athletic success of horses. We commit our resources to deliver responsible, state-... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Equine Surgeon

Edmonton Equine Veterinary Centre


Equine Surgery II

UC Davis


Equine Emergency and Critical Care

Washington State University


Affiliations

International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology

Member


Education

American College of Veterinary Surgeons


Western College of Veterinary Medicine


DVM


Web References(6 Total References)


www.thehorse.com

It's no wonder tendon and ligament injuries comprise up to 46% of sport horse injuries, says Nick Huggons, DVM, Dipl.
ACVS, surgeon and co-owner of San Luis Rey Equine Hospital, in Bonsall, California. Huggons cites the use of newer imaging modalities, including "cross-sectional imaging techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography with angiography," but he notes these advancements still have their limitations. Ongoing research involves determining if biomarkers, which are chemical indicator of injury and disease, can help reveal tissue response to training, severity of injury and stage of healing, prognosis, and the best course of treatment, he says.


www.thehorse.com

It's no wonder tendon and ligament injuries comprise up to 46% of sport horse injuries, says Nick Huggons, DVM, Dipl.
ACVS, surgeon and co-owner of San Luis Rey Equine Hospital, in Bonsall, Calif. Huggons cites the use of newer imaging modalities, including "cross-sectional imaging techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography with angiography," but he notes these advancements still have their limitations. Ongoing research involves determining if biomarkers, which are chemical indicator of injury and disease, can help reveal tissue response to training, severity of injury and stage of healing, prognosis, and the best course of treatment, he says.


www.veterinaryinterns.com

By Chris Bell, DVM and Nick Huggons, DVM
This guide was created by Chris Bell, DVM and Nick Huggons, DVM following their experiences at two equine internship in the USA. Nick completed his internship at San Luis Rey Equine Hospital, Bonsall, CA in 2006-07. This guide is meant as just that, a guide. Nick Huggons - San Luis Rey Equine Hospital, Bonsall, CA, USA


www.thehorse.com

"Affected cases have a narrowing of the vertebral spinal canal (stenosis), which causes incoordination, inappropriate rigidity, paresis (impaired movement), and weakness," explained Nicholas Huggons, DVM, a veterinarian with the San Luis Rey Equine Hospital in Bonsall, Calif. "It's most frequently seen in young, rapidly growing, well-fed horses.


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Dr. Nick Huggons
Dr. Nick Huggons Dr. Huggons is a board certified surgeon and obtained Diplomate status under the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. He is a member of the International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology. Dr. Huggons and his wife Dr. Korin Potenza are the owners of San Luis Rey Equine Hospital in California.


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