What we do
The Laminitis Site has helped hundreds of horses to recover from laminitis, all around the world. Some of these are hands-on rehabilitations at or local to The Laminitis Site, but most are helped through the Friends of The Laminitis Site support group (previously the EMS, PPID and Laminitis UK Group).
Comments about TLS
"Thank you so much I cannot tell you how much of a relief it has been to find your site and finally get some clear understanding." NB June 2020
"First alignment trim on fronts done! Saw almost immediate relief in G's stance. Was even cocking a back foot and leg. She seems to be quite comfortable in her Cloud boots. Thank you again for all the time and effort to help G! We put it to good use today and had a good outcome."
J.Q. USA February 2020
"Casper is still with me 9 months on and wouldn't have got this far without Andrea and The Laminitis Site". J.T. UK, June 2019
Deb & Buttons
The Laminitis Site made suggestions for a realigning trim after x-rays showed that Deb's horse Buttons had rotation and was close to solar penetration on both front feet.
After a couple of small trims, Deb posted on the FoTLS support group: “Just have to write again to say B is walking SO well tonight!”
In Feb 2017 Deb, a vet from Acuvet Ltd https://www.facebook.com/acuvet.ltd/ in New Zealand wrote:ve to write again to say B“Just have to write again to say B is walking SO well tonight!” - is walking SO well tonight!” -
"The Laminitis Site has been fantastic helping me with Buttons as she recovers from laminitis. The advice and support they give is evidence-based and they have a great deal of experience in rehabilitating horses with laminitis, Equine Metabolic Syndrome (EMS), Insulin Dysregulation (ID) and Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction (PPID). I can't recommend them highly enough to anyone who is managing a horse with any of these conditions."
“A very good question here from The Laminitis Site who are a fantastic source of information for horse owners” - Liz Barrett, Boehringer Ingelheim, during the You've diagnosed PPID - now what? webinar by Prof. Andy Durham on BI Academy, Aug 2015
When asked how her pony managed to recover from laminitis and return to the show-ring, Sam replied:- "Lots of patience , a good diet/farrier/vet, and help from Andrea from the The Laminitis Site". S.D. UK, Feb 2017
Re the article “Start Here” … "One of the best if not the best, articles I've seen . Thanks for posting". P.A. Portugal, May 2016
"My 10 year old mare was diagnosed with EMS this time last year, and is 560kg which is 10kg from her target weight, she's lost 56kg in total which is down to all the advise I've received from this site (and a lot of hard work). I can't thank you all enough. …... this site is invaluable thank you so much, your advise this last year has helped so much ….Thank you, I really thought I would never get to this point." A.S. UK, May 2016
"Thank you for all your good work. This page is helping people every day ..." C.C. Ca. USA, May 2016
"Am so glad to have found you, I am positive you are a great source of information. TLS support can save many horses." B.D. Spain, Feb 2016
"Wow, thanks. That was exactly the information I was looking for! I appreciate your help and knowlege and the scientific approach you have to the subject: your advice is easy to understand and well documented. Thank you!" M.J. UK, Feb 2016