We offer various options for your horse. Our preference is a multi-modality bodywork session based on your horse's presentation at assessment. The techniques used may not be the same each session.
Standard session length is 45 mins (regardless of techniques used)
1 hour extended sessions also available
If you have a horse that needs longer time, this can be accommodated and is charged at $25 per 15mins increments
If you are interested in a specific technique, single modality sessions are also available.
For example; you may request to have an Acupressure session, or a MagnaWave session.
For information on our training and certifications, please see out about us page.
Farm Call/Travel Fee May Apply for locations with less than 3 horses per visit.
We recommend trying to schedule a group so the fee can be waived!
We are also available to demo the equipment we use and offer classes in Kinesiology Taping & Equine First Aid Certification.
There are certain contraindications to therapeutic treatment, including but not limited to:
acute swelling of a tendon or joint, with or without lameness present
contagious skin conditions
EPM - has SPECIFIC protocols and requires a commitment to continue treatment as well as veterinary clearance.
If your horse presents with any previously undiagnosed contraindications you will be referred back to your veterinarian for approval.
FORMS & DOCUMENTATION
Alternative Therapies are NOT a replacement for veterinary medicine, care or diagnosis. Legally I cannot diagnose, prescribe medicine for, apply invasive treatment to or make skeletal adjustments to your horse (for example chiropractic & acupuncture). ALL of those things require you to be a Licensed Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM). I can only perform the specific modalities for which I am certified. If I encounter anything that I believe requires veterinary intervention I am obligated to inform you to consult with your primary veterinarian or other equine professional, such as your farrier or saddle fitter.
You are required to complete a new client form prior to any session taking place. The Veterinary Board of Texas and requires your primary veterinarian to confirm alternative therapy is appropriate for your horse. This is a legal requirement of the State of Texas and there will be NO exception.
Your veterinarian is welcome to contact me directly to discuss the plan for your horse.