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Horse riding helps children with developmental problems

New Jersey has started what the call Rocking Horse Rehab. It is designed to assist children with developmental problems. They believe that horse riding lessons help to exercise the bodies muscle and coordination skills which help the child with vocalization skills as well as building muscle strength and coordination. Horse riding helps to stimulate the nervous system. The children enjoy the novel form of exercise and hence tend to be more enthusiastic.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by WPBF News

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About: Horse riding helps children with developmental problems

Date: 13 December 2004

Source: WPBF News

URL: http://www.wpbfnews.com/health/3992141/detail.html

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