Hey everyone! I know good quality evidence for many of the typical maintenance methods used is limited at best. What have you found to be most beneficial while also somewhat cost-effective to keep your hard working jumpers healthy in the long-term? Interested to know how this differs by area. Thanks!
Massage, chiro, acupuncture etc - How often, I think it’s probably more symptomatic relief for horses and less likely to affect their long term health. They deserve it though.
Laser, shockwave, PEFM etc - only for acute injuries, what about previous injuries?
Osphos, Legend, Adequan, joint injections, etc. Specifically for osteoarthritis.
Supplements, feed, exercise, shoeing, lifestyle etc. ?