Case Study in progress
I recently purchased Mona, a 6yr old 17.2 TB/Clyde cross. She has a little bit of every thing going on. Last Friday
Jan 22nd she started her transformation. I had a trimmer Dawn Willoughby come over and pull her shoes. After
giving her a couple of days to adjust to her new feet, I plan on starting to balance her mouth this week.
Lots of pictures and video will be following very soon..
|This is an 8yr old Mare who had a wave complex on the far side of her mouth. This
is a pattern in the teeth that would feel like the rolling of a wave or kiddie roller
coaster. This is a major imbalance in the horses mouth, especially only being on
one side of her mouth. This will extremely limit the movement of the jaw.
Without her having the ability to move her jaw freely it then effects her ability to
use her muscles elsewhere in her body. She has learned to posture herself to
avoid contact with the interferences in her mouth, which ultimately limits the
movement throughout her body. She will change her stride and posture to
accommodate her teeth.
She would be a horse who definitely favored going in one direction, did not like to
collect and had a farrier/trimmer who was always trying to get her feet balance.
|horse. But the fact of the matter is, it is not important. As long as you balance:
the Teeth, Feet, Body and Mind, you will end up with an amazing animal.
|Picture taken April 2009
6 months after her first dental Balancing
|Picture Taken July 2008
This is an accurate image of her body at her first dental balancing in Oct 2008,
|Before and After