This was our best result so far! You can see how even the graphs look, which is what we are aiming for.
We know from the literature that a difference of greater than 5mm measured at the poll and wither and 8mm at the sacrum (pelvis) is clinically significant as a lameness.
At this assessment Mr P measured within “normal” limits for all measurements except for the propulsion phase at the wither (10R MaxD). MinD is the height of the sensors when the foot is in contact with the ground. MaxD is the height of the sensors when the foot is in mid-swing. UpD is the difference between these two measures.
(To keep it simple just focus for now on the MinD and MaxD in relation to “normal” limits).
We’re pretty happy with this progress! This was measured on a hard surface, we’ll do on a soft surface next to compare the difference