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Thermal Imaging? Is it a gimmick?

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        03-15-2013, 10:28 AM
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    Body alignment ? Adjustments ? Umm sorry I don't buy any of that stuff. Snake oil salesmen are taking your money.

    Your own words, Problem started after I changed the saddle.
    You don't need chiro, vodoo, or 11 herbs and spices you need to Un change your saddle.
    If you change "A" and problem "B" starts. Don't go looking for solution "C". Reexamine "A".
    It's not as simple as changing the saddle back. Yes, the problems started after I had the saddle adjusted. However with the mare's history, it is impossible to tell if the saddle was the actual problem, or if there was an underlying issue that by adjusting the saddle she was no longer able to carry me in a way that was comfortable for her.

    I have ridden her, albeit very briefly, in a saddle that I didn't have readjusted and she made it perfectly clear that she is sore. I'm not able to pin point where exactly it is, and I'm hoping that the thermal imaging will provide me, my vet and the other professionals that I use, a clearer picture as to how to make her comfortable.
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