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Sacroiliac

 

 

Does your horse have recurrent back problems?

A number of horse owners, riders and trainers have noticed that their horse’s back pain is not relieved by rest or massage, or just temporarily improved after deep massage or chiropractic manipulation. The pain, stiffness and altered movement in these horses is often caused by a sacroiliac injury, which can easily develop into a long-term sacroiliac weakness.

 

 

Does your horse have recurrent back problems?A number of horse owners, riders and trainers have noticed that their...

Posted by John Kohnke Products on Tuesday, 2 June 2015

 

 

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Does Your Horse Suffer from Sacroiliac Back Pain?

Sacroiliac pain is a common occurrence that is often undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. There are a number of symptoms that may be confused with a lack of hind quarter impulsion, loss of top-line and ‘sourness’ and unwillingness in training or performance due to lower back discomfort.

 

Does Your Horse Suffer from Sacroiliac Back Pain?Sacroiliac pain is a common occurrence that is often undiagnosed or...

Posted by John Kohnke Products on Monday, 23 March 2015

 

 

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Sacroiliac Rehabilitation Exercises

Most sacroiliac strains involve ligament and soft tissue injuries associated with a fall, overloading or slipping on a wet working surface or track.

 

 

Sacroiliac Rehabilitation ExercisesMost sacroiliac strains involve ligament and soft tissue injuries associated with a...

Posted by John Kohnke Products on Tuesday, 24 March 2015

 

 

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