Chiropractic techniques are my mainstay of treatment in practice. I mainly use the techniques taught in the AVCA certified courses but have also added in SOT, Cranial Sacral, Logan basic and Applied Kinesiology techniques to my practice.
Treatment for painful conditions as well as
performance enhancing for competition horses
I believe that all "back" issues should be looked at by someone qualified in animal chiropractic techniques before expensive and often unneeded investigative procedures are done to your horse. This is not to minimize the role of veterinary surgeons, but to add a rapid differential treatment option before the all-too quickly used steroids and long lay-offs occur.
Treatment for pain, paresis/paralysis,
lameness and performance related issues.
Acupuncture and Dry Needling
Mainly used for pain relief both alongside
chiropractic or along with more conventional
pain relief medications. Treats Myofascial pain syndromes.
This is a new service based on a chiropractic neurological
approach to allergies using the Applied Kinesiology
principles as taught by Carl De Stephano.