February 2, 2015
What happens in the horse’s body when being ridden, how the rider’s imbalance, muscular imbalance and scar tissue in the horse can restrict the horse’s movements and create pain. Often misbehavior due to pain is interpreted as naughtiness. There goes the dream for the ...
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We all recognize that a very badly fitting saddle can be a torture device for the poor horse. What appear to be relatively minor saddle issues gradually affect muscles and their ability to function properly. An insult to one muscle works progressively to spread that insult t...
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AMRT on Arthiritic Dogs

July 19, 2013
When dealing with a dog's arthritis, pain relief is a major goal, since there is no cure for the condition. Pain relief may be achieved through conventional pharmaceuticals or through alternative therapies such as nutraceuticals and bowen therapy / acupuncture. Nutraceutical...
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The diagram below shows how a small injury can over time have a large knock on effect on Equine's body....
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Fascia is a single structural entity that extends from the tip of the horse's ears to his feet and supports and envelops every organ of the body. A gelatinous substance in the normal state, fascia can become rigid and fibrous. It is elastic, but susceptible to shortening and...
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The positive benefits of touch is not only reserved for humans alone. The sensitivity of horses to our touch now is widely recognized. A horse can feel the rider's subtle changes in body position right through the saddle. They easily detect tension in the handler and the emo...
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