This is a great example of assess the horse, not the tendon.
This is Mr P's first gait assessment with the inertial motion sensors. If you don't know much about gait analysis, you can check out more info here.
You would expect that we would have measured an asymmetry in the right forelimb, however we actually measured an asymmetry in the right hindlimb during the propulsion phase. Surprisingly he was actually measuring pretty well symmetrically in the forelimbs. Look at the video closely, it's subtle but you can see that he kind of hops and doesn't really push off as well on that right hindlimb.
While we don’t currently know if the hindlimb asymmetry is due to his feet, a compensation that has developed or is its own issue entirely, we’ll continue to assess and objectively measure, with our primary focus on improving whole horse movement, symmetry and function.
Our next step in objective gait analysis will be to perform a proper high-speed video and 2D kinematic analysis to delve deeper into measuring how he’s loading and using each limb.