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"The Benefits of Equine Massage Therapy"

By Paige Cerulli - American Veterinarian

Although limited studies have examined the benefits of equine massage, this noninvasive therapy continues to grow in popularity among horse owners, competitors, and rehabilitation facility owners...

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"Evaluating the Benefits of Equine Massage Therapy: A Review of the Evidence and Current Practices"

By Mike Scott LMT, CSF & Lee Ann Swenson MSc, BSc - Journal of Equine Veterinary Science

Following the lead of human athletic training, equine massage therapy is becoming a more common part of the management of equine athletes and pleasure horses alike. The basic science rationale for massage is supported by research indicating that massage may affect a number of physiologic systems as well as cellular and fascial components of the muscular system...

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"Massage Therapy for Performance"

By E. Sinden - Equine Wellness Magazine

You might think massage therapy or bodywork is just for accident recovery and injury rehabilitation, or that it’s simply a way to make your horse relax and “feel good”. These are common applications, but equine massage therapy does even more...

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"8 Ways Equine Massage Could Help Your Horse (you may be surprised…)"

By Laura Marsden - Horse & Hound

As with human athletes, horses can develop strains, muscle tears, adhesions and fatigue as a result of regular or strenuous exercise. In all aspects of modern horsemanship, owners are finding that massage therapy is beneficial not just to the physical aspect of the horse, but is also improving the horse’s mental well-being...

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