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Headshaking releif with Craniosacral Therapy

September 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.