Foal Exercise Might Prevent Future Bone Injuries

Tailored exercise programs involving habitual low-intensity loading during early development could reduce the prevalence of osteochondral injury later in life, said a group of veterinary orthopedic researchers.

According to the researchers, "The positive effect of exercise on bone mineral density has been documented extensively in several species, including the horse."

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