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illbebackPLEASE NOTE: Due to study commitments, I am stepping back from my bodywork practice until 2017. I will continue to accommodate referrals from other practitioners and rehab cases (with veterinary approval) where possible, but will not be taking on regular clients until completion of my Masters degree. I will also have limited availability for educational offerings throughout this year, but if you are interested in securing a 2017 workshop or seminar in your area, please get in touch on info@foundationsofsoundness.com with all of your questions and wild ideas!

I've been waiting a while to have a good look at this little guy's cervical vertebrae as he needed to be carefully handled and cleaned so none of those growth plates would go astray! First hand clean finished and already a few things that make you go hmmmm... More to come on this particular case, but for now...look at all those separate pieces. It isn't just the when-to-break-in debate - everything we do with our young horses matters. The immature equine neck is incredibly vulnerable to abnormal stresses and injury, and while we can't always stop them getting into trouble (who hasn't had a bubble wrap horse?!) it's wise to consider how you can reduce the risk of injury and mechanical stress in all aspects of training and handling. The horse's formative years are as formative for the skeleton as they are the mind.

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