Dr. Sue Dyson – MA, VetMB, PhD, DEO, FRCVS

Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Specialist in Equine Orthopaedics
Associate of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging

Dr. Dyson with Jochen Schleese

Sue is a world-renowned expert in equine orthopaedics, with a particular interest in lameness and poor performance in sports horses. Highly skilled in the diagnosis of both subtle and complex lameness cases, she is also an expert in diagnostic imaging, including radiography, ultrasonography, scintigraphy and magnetic resonance imaging.

Sue has lectured internationally and published more than 230 refereed papers in scientific journals, relating to lameness and diagnostic imaging in the horse. Sue is co-Editor and major author of ‘Diagnosis and Management of Lameness in the Horse’, ‘Equine Scintigraphy’ and  ‘Clinical Radiology of the Horse’. In 2013 she received the American Association of Equine Practitioners Frank J. Milne Award.

After meeting Jochen at a recent S4L presentation in the UK, Sue gave him a lovely testimonial: “ Several years ago I read a review of your book, ordered it immediately, read it several times over and realised that there was someone that was on the same wavelength as myself. This was re-emphasised over the last several days. It was a real pleasure to meet you in person, learn from you and feel inspired to continue to keep trying to improve a lot of the horse.”

Article on Dyson research:

http://nationalequineforum.com/landmark-pilot-study-rider-weight-equine-performance/

Some Q&A’s of Dyson study:

http://nationalequineforum.com/qa-with-dr-sue-dyson-landmark-pilot-study-rider-weight-equine-performance/

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DSC_0050 Having spent years doing exercises to supposedly loosen my hips in an attempt to sit deeper in the saddle and prevent my toes from turning out while riding, I discovered when I ride in a ‘female’ saddle, I am immediately sitting deep in the saddle with my toes pointing forward – without even warming up. I wonder what unnecessary damage I’ve done to myself from years of putting torque on my joints from these exercises from a classical riding book. I wonder how many other women have unnecessarily hurt their body believing they struggle with ‘tight hips’.

— Laura Whitteron, Saddle Ergonomist, England

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