By Catherine McGowan, Lesley Goff
A completely up-to-date version of this crucial reference advisor for physiotherapists and actual therapists, trying to follow the confirmed advantages of physiotherapy to the therapy of spouse and performance animals.
- Seven new chapters offer vastly extended insurance of functional therapy and rehabilitation
- Includes reports of alternative physiotherapy recommendations, drawing on either human and animal literature
- Discusses ways in small animal drugs in addition to for elite equine athletes
- Provides utilized evidence-based scientific reasoning version, with case examples
- Now in complete color with many extra illustrations
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5% BW ate up to 3 kg of wood shavings/day. It is also essential to ensure that micronutrient intake is adequate by advising a balancer. Being overweight is recognised as being a chronic inflammatory disease and as such, antioxidant support is as important for the rehabilitating/leisure horse as for the elite competition horse (Marlin et al. 2002; Williams & Burke 2010). 3 Conclusion It is clear that nutrition is more than just a balanced diet. Feed or meal management, enrichment and appropriate feed materials contribute to the overall health and welfare of the horse as well as its performance.
Development and Validation of a Body Condition Score System of Dogs. Canine Practice July/August 1997; 22: 10-15 Kealy, et. al. Effects of Diet Restriction on Life Span and Age-Related Changes in Dogs. m. m. A. Any other marks are property of their respective owners. 3 Body condition scoring for cats. A. A. 0 years evaluated the effect of calorie restriction on development and progression of hip osteoarthritis was performed in dogs predisposed to develop hip dysplasia (Kealy et al. 1997, 2000, 2002).
Animal physiotherapy: assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of animals by Catherine McGowan, Lesley Goff