This is a very common question from owners and everyone wants one answer, however there is often more than one cause. Problems often arise as a result of compensation for trauma, overuse, congenital and conformational defects combined with the activities of normal daily living. These develop often gradually over a period of time and can result in a sudden major injury with no precipitating cause or as a result of a minor injury.

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Horses can present with a variety of symptoms, however the most common presenting feature is pain. The horse will attempt to compensate for the pain by changing its posture and walking and often refuse to perform certain tasks; this in turn can result in other secondary problems.

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The chiropractor will ask questions and carry out an examination which usually includes an analysis of both posture and gait. Usually the rider or handler is aware of areas where the horse responds differently from side-to-side.

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