Archives for March 2012

Anatomy of a Healthy Equine Joint

Soundness in the horse is dependent on the healthy functioning of all the components of the musculoskeletal system. A horse’s joints need proper alignment and support in order to remain healthy and pain-free. An unstable or poorly aligned joint is subject to inappropriate strain and wear and tear and can contribute to joint inflammation and injury. … Read the rest

Research study reviews: Coming soon!

There’s been lots of interesting research going on in the field of equine sports medicine.

Stay tuned for a look at the latest in equine massage, physical therapy and biomechanics research.

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Getting “in touch” with your horse’s body

All of us are born with the sense of touch and a set of feeling hands. 

You don’t have to know the names and function of every muscle, bone and joint in your horse’s body to garner benefit from, well, quite simply, feeling your horse. … Read the rest