Wow, my head is spinning, I just got the results back for Kylie's nuk scan....and it wasn't what I wanted to hear. I know competition horses, especially ones that jump, are prone to injury (big body and stick legs are a bad combination), but geez. Dr. Greenman said her withers, lumbar, back, stifle, and hocks were fine, HOWEVER, there is alot going on in her left hind (direct opposite leg of her initial injury in the right front). The areas of concern are Kylie's sacroiliac joint (The sacroiliac area is where the pelvis attaches to the spine at the lower back), left hind high suspensory, left hind fetlock/ankle. She needs to do more diagnostics to determine (x-rays and ultrasounds) exactly what is going on in those areas. I am glad that I did the nuclear scintigraphy, because the first vet had no idea where the problem was...neck, back, stifles were her guesses, and then she suggested to inject her hocks. The legs were not even an initial area of concern. Dr. Greenman did an fantastic job fixing up her front leg, I have confidence she is the best vet for Kylie.