Researcher: Chiropractic care might help address the compensatory pain and dysfunction that result from a primary lameness.
Find out how to keep your middle-aged horse’s teeth, feet, joints, and more healthy.
Veterinarians are using chiropractic techniques more frequently to evaluate and treat back disorders in horses. Here, a CSU professor and researcher outlines basic principles.
In the first of this two-part series, we’ll explore full-body rehabilitation options, from the horse’s head to tail.
Horses that plow, heal, or protect have distinctly different lifestyles than the average riding horse.
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