By Catherine McGowan, Lesley Goff
A completely up-to-date version of this crucial reference consultant for physiotherapists and actual therapists, seeking to practice the confirmed merits of physiotherapy to the remedy of significant other and performance animals.
- Seven new chapters supply drastically improved insurance of functional therapy and rehabilitation
- Includes stories of other physiotherapy strategies, drawing on either human and animal literature
- Discusses techniques in small animal medication 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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