Saddle fitting

New research into the importance of correct width gullet in saddle fitting has shown that those that are too narrow or too wide lead to reduced topline and increased pressure on the back leading to back pain.


If your horse has been affected by poor saddle fit in the past it could still be affecting them now!


We work in conjunction with your vet and saddle fitter to aid in the building of topline and reduction on back pain in both physiotherapy and massage appointments.


Here’s a link to the full article for those of you that are interested https://res.mdpi.com/d_attachment/animals/animals-09-00842/article_deploy/animals-09-00842.pdf

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