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Dr Sabine Ware

Horse Health / Care

Dr. Sabine Ware works at her own practice, Equine HSD – Health, Spine & Dentistry. Equine HSD prides itself on a “whole horse approach” to pain management and care of your horse.

Dr. Sabine has a special interest in creating sound and happy ridden horses, setting them up for a successful ridden career. This is done through offering balance dentistry, x-rays, shockwave therapy, acupuncture, laser, spinal manipulations and rehabilitation.

Dr. Sabine graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2011, and has since completed her Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (CERP) through the University of Tennessee, and further studies in Equine Dentistry and Podiatry.

Outside of work Sabine is a passionate horse rider and competitor, practicing what she preaches with her own horses. Sabine has a diverse riding background since her teenage years, competing in Polocrosse, Eventing, Showjumping, Mounted Games & CowHorse. It is this diverse riding background that has helped fuel her passion, and solidify a lot of her equine biomechanics knowledge.
During her daily work, Dr. Sabine enjoys helping horse owners navigate their own horses pain management journey, and helping them make sense of the veterinary industry chaos.

Visit Dr Sabine Ware at the following sessions

Details

Friday November 15th

EQUITANA Classroom (Royal Block)

Signs of pain in the ridden horse – the “whole horse” approach.

A horse in pain can be complicated and tied up in behaviours and poor performance. However their message is often simple, if you choose to notice the signs.

Everyone knows the obvious signs of pain – lameness, bucking, biting, kicking etc – but do you know the more subtle signs of pain?

Your horses’ body leaves us clues from their mouth, right through to their tail. You just need to know what to look for, and that is what I would like to help you with. Let’s have a look through some of the well known, and some of the not-so-well-known signs of pain in your horse.

Once you have then recognised some of the signs, what can we then do?

There are so many options out there, and so many opinions, it can be hard to know what is right for you and your horse. How to treat pain in the ridden horse is a very personal decision for some people. We will touch on some of the options out there such as medications, exercise, injections, shockwave therapy and much more.

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