Does Your Horse Need Equine Chiropractic Treatment?
Snapping and pinning back its ears when being saddled, bucking, cinchy, refusals, ear shyness, head shyness, fighting bit, kicking, rearing up, asymmetrical sweating or non sweating, Increased sensitivity to hot or cold, unusual tail rubbing or biting at skin.
Training, falls, stressful situations, trailer accidents, being cast in a stall, stalled for long periods of time.
Inability to engage rear quarters, asymmetrical diagonal movement (short stride, especially side to side.) Lameness, toe dragging, stumbling, limping, loss of collection, cross-firing, refusal to pick up lead, uneven strides, lack of coordination in gaits, stiffness in lateral movements of neck or body, lack of coordination in gaits, lameness that seems to shift from limb to limb.
Tail swishing, head carriage, decreased flexion at the neck or poll, unable to round up or arc, pulls to one directions, uses entire body to turn, difficulty executing desired movements, dominant on one side, refusal to turn to one side, loss or decrease in level of performance, shys away from jumps, rides rough, leans.
Muscle imbalance, muscle spasms or atrophy, heat in certain areas, abnormal sweat patterns, white hairs underneath the saddle, digestive disorders, uneven shoe wear, standing with hips uneven, holds tail to one side, head tilt, weak ear, inflammation or swelling over certain areas. Lack of coordination in gaits.
Such as degenerative arthritis, weak immune system, osteoarthritis, etc.
At Cacc both horse and rider will experience:
• educational nourishment
• tools necessary for restoration of your four legged friend’s well being.