Cripple101

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Hi all,

I’m currently writing my Veterinary Physiotherapy MSc dissertation and my research is looking at how commonly concurrent musculoskeletal health conditions (such as sacroiliac pain, kissing spines, NPA, etc) occur alongside hindlimb Proximal Suspensory Desmitis in horses.
It should only take 5 - 10 minutes maximum to complete.
You can take part in this if you have/had a horse that has had hindlimb PSD, whether they have other health conditions or not. All data is anonymous and securely stored.
Thanks in advance for your help!

 

Hormonal Filly

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Done. My previous horse had PSD diagnosed back in 2019. Interesting questions. He was kept at a yard with restricted turnout and a deep arena for many years prior to diagnosis (before I realised how bad deep surfaces was) and although he was only ridden in there a couple of times a week, I often wonder if they contributed.
 
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