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Headshaking releif with Craniosacral Therapy

20/08/2013 by Caroline Hamilton

Headshaking syndrome is surely one of the most perplexing conditions to afflict the horse and human partnership. For the horse, there is ongoing discomfort and - it must be assumed - pain, while the owner is presented with an unhappy horse who is hard to ride and a lack of identifiable treatment options.

Caroline Hamilton talks to Maureen Rogers, leading expert in the field of Equine CranioSacral Therapy, and presents a case study of another horse that obtained relief from this debilitating condition

As a syndrome, headshaking can present a vast array of signs.