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FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT AND REHABILITATION OF THE EQUINE AXIAL SKELETON

@inproceedings{Haussler2012FUNCTIONALAA,
  title={FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT AND REHABILITATION OF THE EQUINE AXIAL SKELETON},
  author={K. Haussler},
  year={2012}
}
Key Points  Temporomandibular joint motion asymmetries may indicate dental disease and be a cause of poor performance in sport horses.  Cervical osteoarthritis can be is a significant cause of pain and stiffness, without causing overt neurologic signs.  Saddle fit issues are an important component of assessing causes of back pain.  Rehabilitation of sacroiliac osteoarthritis is focused on pain management and core stability. 

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