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    10-04-2010, 09:01 PM
Post Horse Chiropractors/Equine Massage Therapists

Whta's your take on them? Lakota's been having some back issues where its almost impossible for him to physically give to his left side and my friend told me to call a chirpractor for him. Has anyone used them and what did you think of what they did/did you see any improvment in your horse? Thanks!
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    10-04-2010, 09:20 PM
My horse has a bad hip, and we had a chiropractor come look at it, and it helped a lot! I think it would help. It can't hurt to try right?
    10-05-2010, 02:48 AM
Don't get the ones that all "woo-woo". A good one will do actual massage and manipulations. A vet who is also chiropractic trained is best, but costly.
Get recommendations.
I think a good chiro is totally called for in Lakota's case. Something may really be out of alignment and even one visit could make remarkable changes.

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