Sacroiliac and Lower Back Pain Factsheet

Lower back and sacroiliac pain is common in equestrian horses. Therapy and treatments for back problems are many and varied but simple rehabilitation exercises are effective in helping to re-build and strengthen the croup muscles and sacroiliac ligaments for a quicker and better recovery. A course of Kohnke’s Own Muscle XL™ can help to accelerate recovery and improve top-line, muscle strength and movement.

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Navicular Syndrome Factsheet

Navicular Syndrome (NS), also referred to as Caudal Heel Syndrome or Podotrochlosis, is perhaps one of the most frustrating of all hoof related lameness problems. Establishing a definite diagnosis and treatment plan for Navicular Syndrome is difficult. However, new therapies and management techniques have improved the long- term outcomes and Navicular Syndrome is no longer regarded as a need for early retirement in a successful horse.

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Feeding the Aged Horse Factsheet

As horses age, their nutritional requirements change and digestive efficiency may be reduced. Providing a diet to maintain their health, vitality and immunity will help support them in their senior years. Keeping your senior horse happy and healthy ensures a long and comfortable retirement after they are no longer in active training or competition.

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Sacroiliac and Lower Back Pain Factsheet

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Navicular Syndrome Factsheet

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Feeding the Aged Horse Factsheet

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