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Richard A. Mansmann

Director, Equine Health Program

North Carolina State University

HQ Phone:  (919) 515-2011

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North Carolina State University

1052 William Moore Dr.

Raleigh, North Carolina,27607

United States

Company Description

The mission of North Carolina State University is to serve its students and the people of North Carolina as a doctoral/research-extensive, land-grant university. Through the active integration of teaching, research, extension, and engagement, North Carolina St... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Equine Podiatry and Rehabilitation Mobile Practice

Equine Podiatry and Rehabilitation


Contributor

Horse & Farm Magazine


President

North Carolina Horse Council


Veterinarian

Triangle Farms Inc


Affiliations

Santa Barbara Humane Society

Advisory Board Member


American Association of Equine Practitioners

Member


American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine

Honorary Diplomat


International Equine Veterinarians Hall of Fame

Member


The Piedra Foundation

Member of Board of Advisors


Education

University of Pennsylvania , School of Veterinary Medicine


PhD

NC State University


PhD

UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. He


PhD

comparative pathology

University of California at Davis


Web References(121 Total References)


Cyberhorse

www.equinedynamics.com [cached]

Referrals for horses needing comprehensive gait analysis and shoeing come to Mike from Dr. Richard Mansmann of NC State University, Gene Ovnicek of Colorado (Equine Digit Support System) and Dr. Ric Redden of Kentucky.


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equinepodiatrync.homestead.com [cached]

Richard A. Mansmann, VMD, PhD, hon. DACVIM-LA
Equine Podiatry & Rehabilitation Mobile Practice 8809 Farrington Mill Road Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517xt. Dr. Mansmann was a 1968 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine and received his PhD in 1974 from UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine.  He has had a long standing interest in equine sports medicine as a 4th generation rider and horse owner and as veterinary practice owner in Santa Barbara, CA, and currently in Chapel Hill, NC. He has been involved in authoring books such as the 3rd edition of Equine Medicine and Surgery, Equine Lameness and recently as co-editor of  "Equine Podiatry". He has published several papers in various equine sports medicine areas including metabolic issues, respiratory problems, lameness, rehabilitation and podiatry. He has given many talks in many states and abroad. In 2002 he was the thirteenth inductee into the American Farriers' Journal Veterinarians' International Hall of Fame.  He has worked at 4 Veterinary Colleges the most recent as the founding Director of the Equine Health Program and of the Podiatry and Rehabilitation Service at NC State University's College of Veterinary Medicine. He retired from NC State University in June, 2010 and reopened his private practice where he works with chronic equine lameness and foot problems. In 2010 he was made an honorary Diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine - Large Animal area. He has been a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners since 1968 serving on several committees. He very much enjoys passing on his information to anyone interested especially at the side of a horse! Richard A. Mansmann, VMD, PhD, Dr Dick Mansmann Dr Dick Mansmann Dr Dick Mansmann Dr Dick Mansmann Dr Dick Mansmann Dr Dick Mansmann Dr Dick Mansmann Dr Dick Mansmann Dr Dick Mansmann Dr Dick Mansmann Dr Dick Mansmann Dr Dick Mansmann Dr Dick Mansmann Dr Dick Mansmann Dr Dick Mansmann Dr Dick Mansmann Dr Dick Mansmann


Equine Dynamics - Horses in Motion

www.equinedynamics.com [cached]

Referrals for horses needing comprehensive gait analysis and shoeing come to Mike from Dr. Richard Mansmann of NC State University, Gene Ovnicek of Colorado (Equine Digit Support System) and Dr. Ric Redden of Kentucky.
- Dr. Richard A. Mansmann, DVM, PhD, NC State University


Contributors

www.merckvetmanual.com [cached]

Richard A. Mansmann, V.M.D., Ph.D.
Clinical Professor, Department of Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC


www.thehorse.com

"The number one thing is that you should use something that is at least marketed for the horse," recommends Richard Mansmann, VMD, PhD, director of the Equine Health Program at North Carolina State University.
"One thing that's really helpful, especially to softening a dry foot, is massage," says Mansmann. "In Southern California (where he used to live), we often had no rain from May to October, and we had what we called September lameness," recalls Mansmann. Mansmann counts a good diet as one of four essential parts to hoof care. "I think good shoeing and moisture management along with a decent diet and regular exercise are the best, and supplements are not needed," he states. "We recommend these a lot, particularly in North Carolina where we have a lot of moisture," says Mansmann. "Anything that's a sealant has the potential to cause a problem," Mansmann says. "You could potentially cover infection (which gives microorganisms a nice, protected place to grow), and you can't really monitor it." "If you seal up an infection, you'll never know it until it's serious," says Mansmann. "Step number two is getting whatever disinfectant you use to the bottom of the area," says Mansmann. Mansmann adds, "Obviously, if there is an open wound, having some kind of antibiotic ointment has value.


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