By Mary Bromily
Mary Bromiley's book remains essential reading for both professionals and the general riding community. This new edition builds on the huge success of the previous editions, first published in 1987. Fully updated to reflect recent technological advances in diagnostic ability, as well as the proven physiological effects of light, magnetic fields and electrical currents on body tissues. This information allows readers to both understand and make an informed choice of appropriate therapy following a diagnosed injury.
-Includes a discussion of basic equine anatomy
-Considers the evolutionary differences between man and horse
-Common equine and rider injuries are covered
-Explains in simple terms the horse's recovery processes
-Describes the need, and the appropriate methods used, to re-educate movement.