In this week’s H&H a top osteopath warns about unprecedented levels of back pain in young riders, as the ‘Facebook generation’ takes to the saddle with inadequate strength, fitness and posture

Find out what to expect and what to look out for when using equine biomechanists

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Equine practitioners explained: the osteopath

Find out what to expect and what to look out for when using equine osteopaths

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Equine practitioners explained: the equine body worker and massage therapist

Find out what to expect and what to look out for when using equine body worker and massage therapists

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Equine practitioners explained: the chiropractor

Find out what to expect and what to look out for when using an equine chiropractor

Find out what to expect and what to look out for when using an equine physiotherapist

Ceva Animal Health has launched a leaflet to be given out in vet practices, underlining the basic principles of equine back pain for owners

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Rehabilitation for horses’ backs

Back pain can be as debilitating for equine athletes as it is for riders but there are some valuable aids to help rehabilitate a horse’s back following injury

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Mystery back lumps on horses

Should you ignore a lump and ride, give your horse a day off and reassess the situation tomorrow or call your vet?

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Five tell-tale signs of sacroiliac pain

Injuries to the sacroiliac joint — the horse’s hind-end motor — are hard to diagnose and even harder to treat