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Thursday, 9 July, 2020

Horse Well-Being And Health After A Long Period Of Inactivity: Lockdown And Discomfort, How Does A Chain Of Injury Set In?

With the osteopathy development in the equestrian field for about twenty years now, a concept spread itself to become very trendy between riders and osteopaths: “physical compensation”. A term that has become familiar to explain, as a rider, what seems logical (or not…) on the horse’s movement deficiency. This term is rightly used to ...

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Thursday, 25 June, 2020

Horse well-being and health after a long period of inactivity: how to solve a lack of tonicity?

Not all horses are equal when it comes to tonicity: some of them stay in shape and tonic with only two training sessions per week, when others need to be trained daily (no more than one or two days off a week) to maintain a musculature that is adapted to their sport level. Marbuzet’s ...

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