Equine Performance and Rehabilitation Center

UC Davis Equine Performance and Rehabilitation Center

Clinical Expertise | Superior Diagnostics | Innovative Strategies


Setting the highest standard of care for horses

Be part of the highest standard of innovative equine care, research, and education.

 

The Equine Performance and Rehabilitation Center


Philanthropic and naming opportunities available. For more information, contact: cehadmin@ucdavis.edu, (530) 752-6433.

At the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, our commitment to providing horses with the highest level of compassionate care is unparalleled. We have served owners and the equine industry with cutting-edge clinical treatment and solution-oriented research for more than 50 years.

We are motivated to grow our capacity to lead in a rapidly-evolving field to even greater heights. The Equine Performance and Rehabilitation Center will be the world's most advanced hub for maintaining the health and fitness of performance and recreational horses.

The center will feature a variety of world-class services, including:

Success Story

When dressage athlete Ravella became lame, the Equine Integrative Sports Medicine Service worked for several months to return her to health. She’s now sound and back to competing at the Prix St. Georges level.

Equine Integrative Sports Medicine Service

 

Full Story

  • Gait analysis with videography and forceplate technology
  • Advanced diagnostic tools such as the MILEPET standing equine PET scanner
  • Equine underwater treadmill
  • Equine vibration therapy plate
  • Covered Eurociser
  • Functional electrical stimulation
  • Regenerative and integrative medicine
  • Teaching pavilion to support educational opportunities for students, clients, veterinarians, and the equine community

This Plugged In event, featuring campus leaders Dr. Carrie J. Finno, Dr. Sarah le Jeune and Dr. John Pascoe, provided an insightful discussion about how the UC Davis Equine Performance and Rehabilitation Center is working to reimagine medicine with innovative teaching, research and Olympic-level approaches to equine health.

Opening screen of Plugged In EPRC video