An Innovative Podiatry System
Motion EPC is proud to announce the release of our online shop. Bringing high quality, innovative products from around the globe. Our products are selected for the management of the equine athlete in the Australian horse industry. We work closely with our suppliers to ensure the best support and knowledge when it comes to caring for your horse.
We are excited about becoming the first distributor of FormaHoof™ products here in Australia. FormaHoof™ is an innovative podiatry system for the treatment and management of many equine foot problems. From thin soles, seedy toe, club feet and laminitis – FormaHoof™ can be a very beneficial in the rehabilitation of these cases.
Check out the FormaHoof™ product range on our online shop. The products are sold individually or as a kit, depending on the types of horses you see in your practice. Farriers, veterinarians, horse owners and managers have shown interest in purchasing the system.
There are two different types of mould variations – Barefoot or Performance. These are available in sizes 3-7 and in front and hind patterns. These moulds can be sold individually or as part of a kit.
We provide the horse industry with veterinary podiatry consultation and therapeutic farriery application for horses with foot related lameness. We provide our service throughout Australia and internationally, both in person and through an online consultation portal (watch this space!). We have affiliated veterinary practices that we work with on a regular basis and also travel for fly-in fly-out cases both nationally and internationally
Depending on the case, facilities available and if your farrier/vet are available at the time of the service, Luke can provide the following services
Establish a therapeutic farriery plan with your farrier and assist with shoeing if required. We recommend pre and post shoeing radiographs to help monitor the change in foot conformation immediately after shoeing. We understand that everyone is busy and sometimes it is hard for your farrier to attend, however we strongly encourage this if possible
Report to be taken home and discussed with veterinarian and farrier. Follow up phone calls and any questions will be answered either via phone or email
Luke has had 10+ years of shoeing horses of different breeds and disciplines with a variety of hoof conditions. Typically Luke encourages the horse to come back for a re-evaluation at 4-6 weeks post shoeing to monitor how the horse has responded to the change in shoeing. From there, further recommendations can be made. The majority of foot problems improve significantly after 3-5 shoeings and typically the horses will go back into a more regular shoeing style. More complicated cases such as severe laminitis can take 6-12 months of specialised shoeing before the horse can be transitioned into more traditional shoes.
Affiliated Veterinary Practices
250 Princes Highway Werribee, Victoria 3030
For bookings call (03) 9731 2268 or email