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November 26, 2016

The head and neck of the horse weighs up to 10% of a horses total body weight and so its unsurprising that the position of the head and neck plays such an important part in how the horse moves. Obviously the position of the horses neck will vary throughout the discipli...

November 9, 2016

I frequently get asked by patients (human and equine) what the differences between phyiotherapists, oesteopaths and chiropractors are and which is best. It is not a clear cut difference, in fact there are several things which overlap. I will do my best to try and expla...

November 2, 2016

Squats are frequently used as a screening tool in professional sports to help improve performance and decrease injury risk. This is because squats require mobility, stability and strength. By comparing a patients squat or deep squat  to the correct technique (see below...

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