Does your senior horse receive complementary treatments?
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Have you ever had acupuncture performed on your horse for any reason, and have you seen noticeable results?
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Learn how equine complementary therapies, such as chiropractic and acupuncture, might help your horse's health.
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- Smith to Discuss Equine Acupuncture During Free Lecture
- Equine Rehabilitation Similar to Sports Therapy for People
- Optimizing the Care and Management of Your Equine Athlete
- Complementary Medicine: On the Rise
- Poll Recap: Readers Discuss Complementary Therapy Habits
- Study: Acupuncture Doesn't Impact Ovulation (AAEP 2012)
- LSU SVM Receives Grant for Integrative Medicine Program
- Illinois, Wisconsin Extensions to host Horse Health Workshop, Feb. 9
- Equine Acupuncture Focus of Sept. KENA Meeting
- LSU to Host Equine Acupuncture, Chiropractics Lecture
- Equine Back Problems
- The Equine Spine--Back To Work
- Neck Problems in Sport Horses
- Equine Physical Therapy
- Diagnosing and Treating Back Pain in the Sport Horse (AAEP 2010)
- Sacroiliac Joint Motion and Pelvic Deformation, AAEP 2008
- Acquired Scoliosis in Equids, AAEP 2008
- Alternative Therapies: Quality or Quackery?
- Sacroiliac Injection Technique
- Hands-On Therapies for the Horse