Django is a thoroughbred gelding that was purchased about a year ago as a rehabilitation project, he has been very untrusting and nervous about being touched or worked with. It was obvious by the severe “S” curve in his body that he was in some sort of accident.
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This class is taught by Bambi Doré and is a two-day format at the Matrix Training Facility in Beavercreek, Oregon. The course materials introduce her unique blend of soft touch bodywork methods to help horses be their best selves structurally. With her 35 years of experience, the horses often leave taller, straighter, more comfortable in […]
Healing Suspensory Ligament Injuries Using an Alternative Protocol of Microcurrent and Iontophoresis Many veterinarians suggest Shockwave therapy for treating horses’ suspensory ligament injuries. And this is often being paired with PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma). However, there are safe and effective alternative therapies available. Shockwave, originally called ESWL (Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy), was developed for the […]
The History, The Science, and More on Microcurrent Article by Deborah Powell, written in 2002 Microcurrent therapy has been used on equines for twenty-plus years with thousands of horses treated with great success. Used for treating horses with conditions such as sore muscles, tendon and ligaments injuries, abscesses, laminitis, paralysis, confounding lameness problems, TMJ, and […]
The work complied in the book The Body Electric, by Robert O. Becker M.D., is a compilation of thirty years of his work. Dr. Becker, an orthopedic surgeon turned researcher, experimented on salamander and frog regeneration and his work proved electricity triggered healing.
For horses that are bleeders or have COPD, we have several options to help you make the right therapy care choice for you and your horse. MicroCurrent Therapy The first method is using microcurrent therapy (MCT) and following the Lung Setup protocol, which is described in our Quick Guide: MicroCurrent for Bleeders by Deborah Powell. […]