Cruciate ligament disease and the role of the Balto Knee Brace

Cheryl Corral
Monday, September 2, 2019

Cruciate disease is the most prevalent cause of hindlimb lameness amongst the canine population. As a result of the prevalent nature of the condition, improved management strategies are continually being sought from both a surgical and conservative perspective. This article discusses cruciate disease, and the KVP ‘Balto’ brace in relation to its use as part of conservative management strategy.

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