Therapy Through Horses

Horseback riding is considered to be one of the most unique and beneficial forms of therapy for individuals with disabilities. It has been proven that a horse’s gait, which is similar to a human’s walk, can help strengthen pelvic and spine muscles, as well as improve a person’s posture, coordination and joint mobility. The horses are either ridden or driven, which allows people with disabilities a way to travel to places that are otherwise inaccessible by wheelchairs, crutches and walkers. …


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