Horse Movement: Structure, Function And Rehabilitation by Gail WilliamsHorse Movement: Structure, Function And Rehabilitation by Gail Williams

Horse Movement: Structure, Function And Rehabilitation

byGail Williams, Alexa MckennaForeword byHilary Clayton

Hardcover | September 12, 2014

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With its fabulous anatomical illustrations, this book is for anyone seeking clarity about how horses move; why and how equine locomotion can go wrong; the latest methods of assessing movement in horses; and what to do to improve soundness and performance. For equine physiotherapists, osteopaths, and chiropractors; farriers and veterinary surgeons; horse owners, riders, competitors, trainers, and judges-and anyone who is interested in the care and welfare of the horse.
Gail Williams PhD has a first class honours degree in animal science and a PhD in equine biomechanics from Bristol Veterinary School. She is a qualified veterinary physiotherapist and works with many top vets, horses and riders in the UK and USA. In the USA she operates from Santa Ynez Valley, California. Gail lectures around the globe...
Title:Horse Movement: Structure, Function And RehabilitationFormat:HardcoverDimensions:192 pages, 10.5 × 7.5 × 0.78 inPublished:September 12, 2014Publisher:Trafalgar Square BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1908809116

ISBN - 13:9781908809117

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Editorial Reviews

Expecting a dry textbook full of confusing diagrams and vocabulary I'd never understand, I was pleasantly surprised to find an interesting, readable book full of practical information and exercises. ... A must for riders who want to understand their horses from the inside out."-American Cowboy'Congratulations to the authors for compiling a book that is both interesting to read and relevant to current training practices. The information herein will be useful for analysing, interpreting and improving the performance of our equine athletes.'-Prof. Hilary M. Clayton, BVMS, PhD, Dipl ACVSMR, MRCVS'Williams conveys complex information in an easy-to-understand manner. Her tone is conversational and compelling. Most of all, she eloquently expresses her care and concern for the horse, and that makes her book a most worthwhile read.'-Practical Horseman "