An investigation into relationships of horse and rider pelvic asymmetry.

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Oral presentation at BSAS conference, Nottingham, April 2014
Oral presentation at International Conference on Equine Exercise Physiology, Chester, June 2014.
Published in Advances in Animal Biosciences Vol 5 (1) March 2014; EVJ supplement , June 2014
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Highlights

  • Assessment of single horse and rider partnerships for misalignments and asymmetry of neck, spine, pelvis
  • Positive evidence of a relationship between the direction of the pelvic rotation of the horse and rider pelvic tilt.
  • Positive basis for further research into causal effect relationships of horse and rider asymmetries.

Browne L., Hedderly S., Charlton S., Cunliffe C. (2014)

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