When is an osteotherapeutic treatment useful?
This is a frequently asked question.
Osteopathic lesions are often not recognized as such. A slightly altered sequence of movements, something that looks like a “habit”, a slightly skewed head, or problems galloping on a certain hand.
These are all signs of an osteopathic problem. Not just a lameness. Lameness is a stage that can be avoided with regular osteotherapeutic treatments.
Osteotherapy is indicated when you see one of the following problems with your horse:
- restriction of mobility
- inhibited bending
- restrictions in lateral work
- general unwillingness
- clock errors
- slight lameness of unknown genesis
- additional therapy after injuries of tendons or ligaments, wounds and scars
An osteopathic problem does not always manifest itself as a movement anomaly. A changed behaviour such as restlessness and fright, but also exhaustion, fatigue or inattention can also be the result of an osteopathic lesion.
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