Prices

At the Equine All-Sports Medicine center pricing structure is open and clear. We have set fees for several procedures and exams as listed below. During each examination procedure we will discuss with the client which procedures we think would be needed, so you can make informed decisions about which procedures you want us to perform and what they will cost.

 

Initial examination, including interview, physical exam, communications with client, referring vet and insurance company, development of treatment and rehabilitation plan duration max 2 hour   350
Recheck examinations, including interview, physical exam, communications with client, referring vet and insurance company, adaptations to treatment and rehabilitation plan, duration max 1 ½ hour   200
Ultrasonographic examination initial region, including preparation and cleaning, burning of CD with images   300
Radiographic examination, digital X-rays per image including interpretation and burning of CD with images
per image limb
  50
per image spine large image (14 x 17 inch cassette)   100
Podiatry session;  4 initial images (1 lateral and 1 front view per front limb) and 4 images after farrierwork, including interpretation and communication with resident farrier   450
Sedation, when needed, with Sedivet (safest drug available)   50
FEI Passport preparation and verification (for international FEI competition)   225
Performance check-up including report and training advise   150
Pre-purchase examination (clinical) including report and communications   450
Digital X-rays per image for pre-purchase examination including interpretation, burning CD and transfer images   50
Scintigraphy (bone scan) half body (front or hind) at MSU  (including hospital stay and medication (sedation and radiopharmaceutical)   1200
Full body   1700
MRI at MSU including anesthesia, hospital stay and medication per region   1900

CT at MSU including anesthesia, hospital stay and medication per region

PRP treatment with onsite prepared PRP including ultrasonographic guided injection and surgical preparation

 

1800

950


We do not charge an office call fee or in-hospital, nor any set-up fee for X-ray and ultrasonography.

Payment is due at examination.

Examples:

When your horse comes in for an initial exam with ultrasonography and 2 X-rays the total costs will be
350 + 300 + 2 x 50 =  $750

When your horse comes in for a recheck exam and ultrasonography the total costs will be
200 + 300 =  $500

Pre-purchase exam European standard ( full clinical exam and 18 X-rays):
450 + 18 x 50 =  $1450

 

Your horse comes in with back pain complaints:

Conservative approach: initial exam and Ultrasonography of the spine:
350 + 300 = $ 650

All-out approach, initial exam, scintigraphy at MSU, Ultrasonography and 2 spinal radiographs:
350 + 1200 + 300 + 2 x 100 = $ 2050

Your horse comes in with navicular/distal foot pain:

Conservative approach: initial exam, 6 X-rays (lateral, frontal and skyline view both feet) and Ultrasonography of navicular region and tendons:
350 + 300 + 6 x 50 = $ 950

All-out approach: initial exam,  10 rays (lateral, frontal, skyline and oblique views), Ultrasonography of the navicular region and tendons, MRI at MSU:
350 + 300+ 500 + 1900 =  $ 3050

These examples show how different approaches (paying attention to costs and perform the minimal examination modalities that will give a dependable diagnosis or performing all possible techniques to have the best diagnosis possible) can have different price-tags.

Realize that our doctors just will give you advise how to proceed with the examination of your horse, you are the one that makes the decisions!