References to published work


Throat Surgery

 

1)            Oral Palatopharyngoplasty October 1992, J of Equine Vet Sci 1993 13:

                   185-188.


   2)            Acquired pharyngeal dysfunction (APD), J of Equine Vet Sci 1993  13:

                   125-128.


   3)            Oral palatopharyngoplasty. A survey of one hundred post operative

                    raced horses, J of Equine Vet Sci  1993  13: 670-672.


   4)            The elastic pharynx, J of Equine Vet Sci 1994  14: 462-463.


   5)             Laryngo-pharyngeal desensitisation following a prosthetic

                    laryngoplasty, J of Equine Vet Sci 1996  16: 120-122.


   6)             Epiglottic hypoplasia: a surgical approach to reduce the incidence of

                    associated dorsal displacement of the soft palate (DDSP). Centaur ,       

                   India, 1996   XIII: 1-3.


   7)            A review of the anatomical components, and the process of 

                  entrapment of the epiglottis in the horse, with a comparative synopsis

                   of surgical techniques. J of Eq Vet Sci 1996;16: 408-414.


   8)             Abnormalities of the rostral region of the soft palate: a three case study,

                    J Equine Sci, Jpn  1996 7: 55-58.


   9)            Tonsillitis and tonsilar hypertrophy predisposing to pharyngeal

                   dysfunction in the horse, J of Equine Vet Sci  1997  17: 232-234.


   10)          Pharyngeal dysfunction during exercise,  including Disruption of  the

                   Oropharyngeal Seal (OPS)  and Dorsal Displacement of the Soft Palate 

                   (DDSP).  J of Eq Vet Sci 1999;19. 4 : 226 -  231.


  11)          Primary or secondary upper airways dysfunction? J of Eq Vet Sci. 2005,

                   25,8; 332-333


  12)          Maximum Tension Palatoplasty - Max.TPP. J of Eq Vet Sci. 2005  25: 46-7


  13)          Epiglottic Hypoplasia : A surgical approach to reduce the incidence of

                  associated dorsal displacement of the soft palate (DDSP).  Centaur




Spinal pain / physical therapy



1)   Pain of spinal origin (PSO).Centaur, 1992  IX: 6-17.



2)  Cervical vertebral mobilisation under anaesthetic (CVMUA) a physical therapy

      for the treatment of cervicospinal pain and stiffness. J of Equine Vet Sci  1994 ;

     14: 540-545.


3)  Laminar corial hyperaesthesia in chronic forelimb lameness. J of Equine Vet Sci 

     1995; 15: 460-3.



4)  Reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome (RSDS), complex regional pain

      syndrome - type 1 (CRPS-1),neuropathic pain: an equine perspective. J of

      Equine Vet Sci 1996 ; 16: 463-8.



5) Sympathetic dysfunction, reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome (RSDS) and

     sympathetically maintained pain (SMP). In : Pain Management Of Dogs And

   Horses: Some Alternative Therapies. Cont. Vet. Ed. Murdoch University, Western

    Australia, 1997.



6)  Spinal mobilisation therapy: with particular reference to cervical vertebral

     mobilisation under anaesthetic (CVMUA). In : Pain Management Of Dogs And

   Horses: Some Alternative Therapies. Cont. Vet. Ed. Murdoch University, Western

    Australia, 1997.


7)  Physiotherapy for animals. In : Maitland’s Vertebral Manipulation, sixth edition 2001 ;

     428 - 33.