Evaluating the Sore Back in the Horse

The equine back may be compared to a suspension bridge with the added requirement that the bridge must be able to move!

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Evaluating the sore back in the horse

Great article!!! I am an equine massage and photon therapist and the majority of my work begins in the back. Many horse owners do not realize that if the back is not balanced it will eventually put exessive pressure on the legs and serious issues. Saddle fit, repetition, and rider weight and imbalance are also where I find most musculoskeletal issues begin. Thank you for sharing this information!!

Janet Crow more than 2 years ago

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