E managed to drag herself down to the 4-H meeting Sunday after staying out all night for the prom. I had one of our local equine vets come and talk on dentistry and demo teeth floating. Dr. B is also a board certified vet anesthesiologist, chiropractic and acupuncturist.
After Otoelene, I had her check Brother who wasn't too bad. Maybe I'll have her come later to do him but I didn't want her using all of her Sunday afternoon doing horse teeth. Then E caught Pep for her to be checked. She said her teeth weren't too bad either but she had a malalignment of her TMJ. If you pressed on the jaw ligaments on the left side of her face she was fine but she tossed her head and jerked away when the right side was pressed. Dr B opened Pep's mouth and pulled the jaw back into place. It sounded like someone cracking all of their knuckles at once. But the relief on Pep was instant. I guess it is one of those things where you don't realize there is a problem until it's better. I'll have to keep a check on Pep's jaw to see if it is a reoccurring problem.
I think everyone learned a lot including the parents and grandparents that came.