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Chiropractic Co-Management of Kissing Spine

KissingSpine Kissing Spine is a common causeof back pain in equines. It has the potential to cause a signi cant degree of pain, which can result in various signs and symptoms; bucking, rearing, bolting, reduced ridden performance such as refusing, rushing, tension or lameness. Horses may also exhibit behavioural change during grooming, tacking up and …

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World’s first clinical research on Canine Massage

World’s first clinical research on Canine Massage Therapy NOW published in Vet Record, distributed by British Veterinary Association (BVA)

New legislation from the RCVS

The RCVS recognises that there has been some doubt as to whether therapists require a veterinary referral for maintenance work, such as massage, in a healthy animal.
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