The debilitating motor symptoms associated with Parkinson's disease are known to drastically decrease the quality of life in sufferers.
Most commonly known as equine-assisted therapy, the use of horses for therapeutic purposes has increased significantly in recent years.
Horses, by their very nature, are the perfect animals to assist in helping individuals who may otherwise struggle to develop presence, self-confidence, and awareness.
Known as equine-assisted therapy, or simply equine therapy, horses have been employed for therapeutic purposes since ancient Greek times.
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