Originally Posted by CLaPorte432
That may not always work Sky. I'd like to think I'm pretty experienced in many aspects of equine categories...Yet when I was poking/prodding Rumor before her adjustment, she never reacted to me. My Chiro hit just the right spot with her and she tucked her butt like she got bit by something.
Unless your as experienced as Chiro/massage therapist, you may miss something. I certainly did.
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No I definitely agree with you, just sometimes there is apparently soreness and it's good to have an idea of what is going on entirely. Kind of like a full body check. I check for heat, swelling, apparent soreness, changes in attitude, in gait, gum colour, etc. so that I have something to tell the vet/chiro.
I'd never go without either if my horse was off like this.