When a horse suffers a musculoskeletal injury, the following events typically include a diagnosis, treatment, and return to soundness. To make a full athletic recovery, however, affected horses might benefit from specific forms of rehabilitation that restore function to the back’s deep stabilizing muscles.
During the American Association of Equine Practitioners’ Focus on the Sport Horse program, held July 20-22, in Louisville, K
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