MwH 080: Dr. Jim Chiapetta

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This episode is with Dr. Jim Chiapetta. Dr. Chiapetta is both a veterinarian AND an attorney. He’s dabbled in many things in the medical field, both in humans and horses. He is one of the creators and principles of Flair Equine Nasal Strips. In this conversation, amongst other things, we go DEEP into the science of respiratory wellness. We discuss Exercise Induced Pulmonary Hemorrhaging (EIPH or “Bleeding”), the factors the cause it, and preventative measures taken to help alleviate this issue that ALL performance horses will likely deal with at some point in their life and performance careers. This one was interesting and has many great nuggets of information in it that you may need to listen to more than once to get. Hope you guys enjoy it as much as we enjoyed talking to him! Thanks for hanging out with us!

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