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May 17, 2007

Myofascial Release for Horses

KeepMEcurrent profiles a local massage therapist wh also travels her state offering myofascial release for horse clients.

Horses are about 60 percent muscle. If a horse has a tender area, he can overcompensate for another muscle, which could lead to a serious injury. And because the fascia is connected, a trouble in the back could lead to a problem in the neck. Every horse has a job and whether it’s a dressage horse or a working horse, like Jeffrey, myofascial release will help keep the tissues healthy and benefit their everyday life.

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Posted by linda at May 17, 2007 11:00 PM

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