Poll Recap: Complementary Therapies
Chiropractic. Acupunture. Massage. Does your horse receive any of these complementary therapies? In last week’s online poll, we asked our readers which complementary therapies their horse receives on a routine basis. More than 650 people responded and we’ve tallied the results!
Of the 665 respondents, 220 (33%) said their horses receive chiropractic care on a routine basis. Another 66 individuals (10%) said their horses get acupuncture treatments regularly, and 33 respondents (5%) use pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF) on their horses routinely. Some 23 individuals (3%) said their horses use vibration plates on a routine basis, while 77 respondents (12%) said their horses receive other types of complementary therapies. The remaining 246 (37%) respondents said their horses do not receive any complementary therapy on a routine basis.
Additionally, more than 80 people commented about equine complementary therapies:
Several people shared the different types of complementary therapies their horses
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