Equine Chiropractic is a specialized area of Chiropractic. Its primary focus is on improving biomechanical functioning of the Equine Spine and related areas of the musculoskeletal system that may help improve movement, decrease pain, promote a higher quality of life, assist in minimizing / preventing injuries and optimize performance.
The Equine spine is a very important area of a horse, it is both the location on which the saddle is placed and the rider sits. The Equine spine is also central to the horse’s locomotion activities including it’s propulsion, it’s flexibility and the coordination of a horse’s movement.
Back and neck biomechanical joint & muscle problems are very common in horses, perhaps as or even more common than in humans.
Back and neck biomechanical joint & muscle problems may significantly affect many horses involved in a range of activities & disciplines such as:
and may result in or contribute to; pain, behavioural & performance problems.
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The information on this web site including all web pages, articles, video streams & linked videos, blogs etc are a general guide only and are not to be interpreted as individual advice. For specific information and individual advice please see Dr. Watterson (Animal Chiropractor), a Veterinarian or appropriate animal health care provider.
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