Abbie Smith
MSc (Hons) AM, MAA, BSc

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Case studies/ Examples



So here is a great example of a horse with very apparent muscle asymmetry across the shoulders.

This particular horse had pelvic rotation meaning that its opposite shoulder was working overtime to compensate for the lack of energy/ propulsion coming from its hind quarters. This horse was incredibly sore and tight through its brachiocephalic muscles bilaterally.

The easiest way to think of this situation is a horse that should be in rear wheel drive being in front wheel drive!