Dr. Janet Greenfield-Davis, Dr. Natalia Novoa, and Dr. Sarah Puchalski
will talk about how to keep sport horses performing at their best.
Board Certified Radiologist, Dr. Sarah Puchalski, whose specialty includes the interpretation of radiographs in addition to other diagnostic imaging techniques, will do a power point presentation on MRI and Nuclear Scintigraphy (bone scan).
will present two cases, an MRI case and a Nuclear Scintigraphy case, and explain how the use of imaging impacted their careers.
Along with having the top standing MRI and Nuclear Scintigraphy equipment, Palm Beach Equine Clinic
is the only equine veterinary hospital to have a Board Certified Radiologist on staff.
has become the leading equine radiologist reading images not only for Palm Beach Equine Clinic
but also for veterinarians and clients all over the world.
Meet World Renowned Radiologist Dr. Sarah Puchalski
Dr. Sarah Puchalski is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology whose specialty includes the interpretation of bone scans, MRI, ultrasound, radiographs and other diagnostic imaging techniques.
addition to the staff, Palm Beach Equine Clinic
is one of the few equine hospitals in the country to employ a full-time radiologist on-site.
In addition to working with horses locally and assisting veterinarians around the world, Dr. Puchalski
is also competing this season in the Medium and High Amateur Owner Jumpers at the Winter Equestrian Festival.
It is important for clients to get know our doctors so we asked Dr. Puchalski
to share a little about herself.
World-renowned Radiologist, Dr. Sarah Puchalski, is on site to read and interpret images immediately so clients have results as quickly as possible.
is excited about the renovation and the new Equine Scanner H.R. machine.
"The addition of this scanner places Palm Beach Equine
at the forefront of diagnostic imaging the world over.
Excellent motion correction software and the largest field of view allows for accurate, rapid scanning of large parts such as the pelvis, back and neck in addition to the more routinely imaged limbs.
It is very exciting to be able to work with these tools in Wellington," said Dr. Puchalski
Often times horses may have multi-limb lameness that make it difficult for your veterinarian to pin point the problem.
gladly accepts referrals from other veterinarians and is happy to assist in the specific diagnosis of your horse's ailments.