Dr Jay’s Blog

  • What is Shockwave?

    My favorite aspect of offering shockwave treatment is the incredible results.  Shockwave is a great addition to the arsenal of treatments that we can provide for a variety of injures.  In the last few years, our ability to diagnose conditions has improved greatly (such as digital x-rays, 3D ultrasound, MRI), but we were still limited […]

  • Why is it important for an equine veterinarian to perform dental work on my horse?

    Why is it important for an equine veterinarian to perform dental work on my horse? A veterinarian with dental experience is the most qualified to understand and treat a dental condition that may affect the horse’s overall health.  Most equine dental procedures, including basic floating, irreversibly change the horse’s teeth and therefore are most appropriately performed by […]

  • Treatment Of a Squamous Cell Carcinoma

    Published in Middleburg Life VETERINARIAN PRESENTS AT INTERNATIONAL MEETING Leesburg veterinarian Dr. Jay Joyce of Total Equine Veterinary Associates recently lectured at the World Equine Veterinary Association’s meeting in Sao Paulo, Brazil. “I am honored and pleased to have had the opportunity to represent the United States, and Northern Virginia, as a player in the […]

  • Tildren Support

    Tildren Support For horses suffering from bone spavin (hock arthritis) and/or navicular disease. Tildren™ is composed of Tiludronic acid, a bisphosphonate which inhibits bone resorption. It has been a licensed product in other parts of Europe for the past few years and has been used successfully in treating lameness caused by bone spavin, back pain, […]

  • Cold Weather and Colic

    A few weeks ago, TEVA attended to many impaction colics, and as the weather shifts again, we expect to see more. These life threatening colics can be avoided. Please take a moment to review this information. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Thank you, Dr Jay and the […]

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