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Recognising Horses Pain: How To Keep Your Horse Comfortable

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Recognising Horses Pain: How To Keep Your Horse Comfortable

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Recognising Horses Pain

Train for soundness and well-being using The Horse Physio’s practical approach to recognising and resolving pain-related behaviours in your horse

"The first step in solving a problem is to recognise that it does exist." Zig Ziglar

Who Is This Webinar For?
•    Horse owners
•    Riders
•    Trainers
•    Coaches
•    Anyone who wants to train their horse with a focus on soundness and well-being

It's great that you're looking out for your horse's well-being and are interested in learning more about training for soundness and well-being through recognising and resolving pain-related behaviours. Is the problem brain, pain or training? This webinar will introduce you to some techniques you can use to assess for soreness, stiffness, muscle spasm and movement restrictions. We will discuss what might be the root cause of the problem, look at some basic treatment skills, and talk about who to turn to for more help.

Course Outline
•    Why you need to know if your horse is uncomfortable
•    Where any sore spots are on your horse
•    What might cause soreness
•    When physio is important
•    How you can help your horse to be more comfortable
•    Who to ask for help


Sue Palmer MCSP is an award-winning ACPAT and RAMP registered Chartered Physiotherapist, an Intelligent Horsemanship Recommended Trainer, and holds an MSc. Formerly a competitive rider and BHSAI, she works full-time treating horses. Through her multiple books and articles, Sue shares with you her passion for ethical and harmonious horsemanship. Find out more at

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