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20. The Downfalls of riding & Injury Rehabilitation. a shlee p etroski. Index. That’s me. 3 What Is Equestrian? 4 Three Day Eventing 5 Attire 6 Dressage 7 Crosscountry 8 Show Jumping 9 Western 10 Horse Racing 11-14 Riding Injuries 15 Therapy 16 Christopher Reeves

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index
Index

That’s me

  • 3 What Is Equestrian?
  • 4 Three Day Eventing
  • 5 Attire
  • 6 Dressage
  • 7Crosscountry
  • 8 Show Jumping
  • 9 Western
  • 10 Horse Racing
  • 11-14 Riding Injuries
  • 15 Therapy
  • 16 Christopher Reeves
  • 17-18 Physical Therapy
  • 19-20 Occupational Therapy
  • 21 Results
what is equestrian
What is Equestrian?
  • Also known as horseback riding
  • Horseback riding is one of many sports where riders are at high risk of injury

Me again!

“Use of horses for practical working purposes, transportation, recreational activities, artistic or cultural exercises, and competitive sport.”

types of riding
Types of Riding
  • Types of English Riding
    • Dressage
    • Jumping & Hunting
    • Crosscountry
    • Western
    • Racing
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Jumping Attire

Dressage Attire

XC Attire

Jockey Attire

Western Attire

dressage
Dressage
  • Dressage
    • Horse & rider preform from memory a series of predetermined movements.
    • Minimal Aids
    • “Highest Expression of horse raining.”

AKA Horse Ballet

crosscountry
Crosscountry
  • Crosscountry
    • Speed, endurance, & jumping ability
    • 2-4 miles long
    • 24-36 obstacles
      • water, trees, logs, ditches, and banks
show jumping
Show Jumping
  • Jumping
    • Judged based on how fast you go through the course
    • Jump over 8-13 obstacles 3ft to 6ft high.
  • Hunt Seat
    • Judged based on how the rider and horse look.
    • How nice your equitation looks over fences, and in between fences.
    • Not timed.
western pleasure
Western Pleasure
  • Western
    • Leisure Riding
    • Cowboys
    • Ranching, Trail Riding, Barrel Racing
horse racing
Horse Racing
  • Racing
    • Flat or over fences.
    • Betting involved
    • 4-20 horses per race
    • Long distance racing
riding injuries
Riding Injuries
  • Most Frequent Injuries
    • Bruises
    • Strains
    • Sprains
    • Fractures
    • Broken Bones
    • Concussions
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Riding Injuries
  • Upper Extremities
    • the wrist
    • Elbow
    • shoulder
riding injuries2
Riding Injuries
  • Lower extremity injuries
    • Knee
    • ankle
    • Foot

More frequent in rodeos and less common in other equestrian activities

riding injuries3
Riding Injuries
  • Serious Injuries
    • Spinal/Head injuries.
      • leave permanent impairment
      • paralysis.
      • long-term side effects
        • such as seizures from

a head injury.

therapy
Therapy
  • How can therapy help riding injuries?
    • Physical Therapy
    • Occupational Therapy
christopher reeves

He was Superman!

Christopher Reeves
  • Reeves horse refused a jump
  • Injury: Cervical Spine Injury
    • Result: Paralyzed from the neck down
  • Recovery/ Rehabilitation Process
    • Physical Therapy
    • Occupational Therapy
physical therapy
Physical Therapy
  • Health Care Profession
    • Promotion of mobility
    • Promotion of functional ability
    • Promote quality of life
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Physical Therapy
  • Studied through:
    • Examination
    • Evaluation
    • Diagnosis
    • Physical intervention
occupational therapy
Occupational Therapy
  • Physical condition
  • Mental condition
  • Developmental condition
  • Use of Treatments
    • Recover and/or maintain daily living
    • Recover and/or maintain work skills
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Occupational Therapy
  • Physical needs
  • Cognitive needs
  • Psychosocial needs
  • Environmental needs
results
Results

Equestrian can sometimes be a very dangerous sport.

If injuries do occur, depending on the injury, physical and occupational therapy are great ways of rehabilitation.