Computerizing the Hoof

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Gabrielle Pullen, GCFP, NCMT, has been working professionally with horses and riders since 1994, enhancing mobility and performance using a variety of skilled modalities that address neuromuscular function. Her take on rehabilitation includes a broader paradigm than mechanically working on muscles as if they were inanimate objects. She focuses on fine-tuning awareness, building on the refinement of their existing highly sensitive consciousness to improve their movement and behavior.

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