Common symptoms that indicate need for a chiropractic assessment in your horse:
  • Short striding
  • Behavioral changes such as refusals, being cinchy, bucking
  • Decreased level of performance
  • Diagnosed conditions, such as degenerative arthritis
  • Problems or difficulty executing desired movements
  • Muscle imbalance, spasms, or atrophy
  • Biomechanical changes caused by various riding and training equipment, performance level and ability of the rider, shoeing
  • Gait changes
  • Injuries resulting from falls, training, or other activities

Keep in mind that spinal check-ups in healthy horses are also important!   Proactive care to catch early problems can make a world of difference.