Equine Care Services

Our staff is proud to offer a wide variety of equine care services, if you would like more information on these services or have any questions, then please contact us via email at CESH@purdue.edu or call us at 317-398-1980 and we will be happy to assist you.

Advanced Diagnostic Imaging

Computed Tomography

Digital Imaging

Floroscopic Imaging

Nuclear Imaging

Ultrasound Imaging

Endoscopy

Over the Ground Endoscopy

Stationary

Laser Surgery

Regenerative Medicine

Interleukin Receptor Antagonist Proteins (IRAP)

Platelet Rich Plasma

Stem Cells

Shockwave Therapy

Specialized Equine Surgery including Advanced Orthopedics

Our Mission

The mission of the Centaur Equine Specialty Hospital is to maximize the performance of all horses used for sport, competition, or pleasure by prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases or conditions that negatively affect performance. Board certified veterinarians with advanced experience will work with horse owners and trainers to provide the most current diagnostic tests and the most effective therapeutics.  The health and welfare of the horse is the highest priority. 

Our Vision

To be one of the premier performance horse hospitals in the country. 

Our Core Values

  • Excellence in patient care
  • Education of horse owners, trainers, caregivers, veterinarians and veterinary students to optimize the health of horses
  • Improvement of health and well- being of equine athletes through clinical research to advance diagnostic and therapeutics
  • We will act honestly and ethically with all clients and exhibit the integrity clients expect and deserve
  • To provide value to each client by expedient service and individual care of each patient.

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