Byron Reid, VMD
Reid and Associates Equine Clinic admitted a horse with a history of inability to eat or drink and a swollen tongue. An x-ray of his head revealed a metallic foreign body. The object was carefully removed but it had apparently introduced an infection and his tongue had become gangrenous, meaning the tongue was necrotic (dead) and infected with clostridial bacteria. Read more...
The Hyperbaric Center of South Florida is currently offering a study to qualified participants. The focus of the study is the effects of hyperbaric oxygen treatment for horses suffering from gastric ulcers. The purpose is to see if hyperbaric oxygen will expedite healing of gastric ulcers. Read more...
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) for horses can benefit a variety of injuries and diseases. Sara Edwards CHT-V, a Board Certified Hyperbaric Veterinary Technologist at the Equine Hyperbaric Center of South Florida talks about the ins-and-outs of HBOT Read more...
The Equine Hyperbaric Center of South Florida is just minutes from Wellington, and an easy drive from equestrian showgrounds and equine training tracks and farms throughout the state.
1630 F Road, Loxahatchee, FL 33470
Hyperbaric Office: 561-319-2557
Dr. Byron Reid: 561-790-2226
Dr. Meg Miller Turpin: 561-386-4538
Hours of Operation: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday through Saturday
After hours emergency available