• Muscle, tendon or
    ligament injury
  • Reluctance to trot/canter
  • Poor performance
  • Lameness issues
  • Stiffer on one rein
  • Refusing jumps
  • Head tossing
  • Behavioral changes
  • Muscle imbalance
  • Cold back
  • Bucking
  • Changes in posture
  • Coat changes in
    specific areas
  • Shortness in
    stride or step
  • Older horse
    with stiffness

Chiropractic treatment does not replace veterinary care. It is, however, a concurrent and complementary treatment for many muscular, back and lameness problems.

 

 

Horse and rider must move in synergy – together, as one. If a horse is crooked it’s difficult for the rider to be straight. Similarly, a crooked rider will make it difficult for the horse to be straight. Addressing imbalances such as muscle tightness, muscle weakness and joint restrictions in the rider will improve their performance on the horse.  Correct balance and movement in the rider enables the horse to move more freely.

Treatment improves movement, reduces pain and stiffness, and promotes faster recovery from muscle and ligament injury. Horse and rider achieve balance, flexibility and optimum performance.

"After my horse had a treatment he was feeling 'freer' in his back and he trotted almost 100% to the right, which is his problem side. I think with Belinda's help he will be a lot better " – Eva

To schedule an assessment or appointment, contact:
Belinda Burnside • BelindaBurnside@Gmail.com • 707.971.0830 • CMT 10366

Belinda Burnside obtained her degrees in Australia and is not a licensed physician in the USA. She practices under a California Massage Therapy License (CMT 10366)
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