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Physical therapy and massage for the horse
Jean-Marie Denoix and Jean-Pierre Pailloux.
Table of Contents
Pt. 1. Basic anatomy and physiology. 1. Concepts of neuromuscular physiology. 2. Anatomy and basic biomechanical concepts -- Pt. 2. The equine athlete. 3. General points concerning the young horse. 4. Communication and relaxation -- Pt. 3. Physiotherapeutic methods and techniques. 5. The techniques of massage. 6. Mobilization and stretching. 7. Electrotherapy and ultrasound -- Pt. 4. Treatment of commonly encountered lesions. 8. Common lesions in joints, tendons and muscles -- Pt. 5. Treatment specific to the various anatomical areas of the body. 9. Treatment by anatomical area. 10. Preparing muscles for specific competition.