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by Mary W. Bromiley

eBook Equine Injury  Therapy download ISBN: 0003832856
Author: Mary W. Bromiley
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd (July 1987)
Language: English
Pages: 176
ePub: 1480 kb
Fb2: 1859 kb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: mbr mobi mbr lrf
Category: Act
Subcategory: Business

Mary Bromiley’s book remains essential reading for both professionals and the general riding community.

Mary Bromiley’s book remains essential reading for both professionals and the general riding community. 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

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Mary Bromiley's book remains essential reading for both professionals and the general riding community. This information allows readers to both understand and make an informed choice of appropriate therapy following a diagnosed injury.

Mary Bromiley's book remains essential reading for both professionals and the general riding community.

Equine Injury and Therapy,Mary Bromiley,Captain Mark Phillips. Natural Methods for Equine Health, Bromiley, Mary, Used; Good Book. Equine Injury, Therapy and Rehabilitation,Mary Bromiley. This information allows readers to both understand and make an informed choice of appropriate therapy following a diagnosed injury

Chronic injury is unfortunate for all owners and trainers as it is far more difficult to treat than less serious injuries and in some cases irreversible damage will have been caused by the delay. Prompt and appropriate treatment, however, will always give a performance equal to that achieved before injury. In this text the author explains basic anatomy linked to common sites of injury and describes the machines available to adequately rehabilitate the horse. The book should be useful reading for all owners and trainers of horses involved in athletic activity such as show jumping, racing, eventing and polo. It should also be a useful reference to veterinary surgeons and physiotherapists specializing in this field.