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Jean-Pierre Hourdebaigt, LMT
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The author is a Licensed Massage Therapist that specializes in the massage of horses. While massage has become a standardized medical practice for humans, only in recent years has the recognition that animals like horses which are stressed physically also also get aches and pains that respond to massage.
This is the second edition of this book that covers considerably more information then the now ten year old first edition. The second edition has 180 photographs and drawings and covers recent developments that keep pace with the changing methods of training and play an important role in prevention therapy and recovery from injury.
The book begins with a fairly short but detailed look at the anatomy and physiology of the horse and then goes into massage. It first covers fairly general information, then goes into specific detailed instructions on particular parts of the horse that may need special attention.
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