Horse Movement: Structure, Function and Rehabilitation

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J.A. Allen, 2014 - Nature - 192 pages
With its fabulous anatomical illustrations, this book is for anyone seeking clarity about how horses move; why and how equine locomotion can go wrong; the latest methods of assessing movement in horses; and what to do to improve soundness and performance. For equine physiotherapists, osteopaths, and chiropractors; farriers and veterinary surgeons; horse owners, riders, competitors, trainers, and judges--and anyone who is interested in the care and welfare of the horse.

About the author (2014)

Gail Williams BA (Hons), V.Phys, PhD is a qualified Veterinary Physiotherapist and works with many top vets, horses and riders in the UK and in USA. She is the Head of Education and Training/Senior Consulting Veterinary Physiotherapist for the Association for the Scientific Study of Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapy (ASSVAP). Alexa McKenna BVM&S received her veterinary degree from the Royal (Dick) Veterinary School in Edinburgh and has been illustrating scientific texts and teaching material since 1984. She is currently a small animal general practitioner and continues her education in equine rehabilitation, physiotherapy and veterinary acupuncture. She lives in her home town of Santa Barbara, California.

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