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We offer a flat rate Integrative Equine Bodywork session.

Techniques used may vary per session based on your horse's presentation.

The manual techniques we specialize in are gentle "with the body" tissue release such as:

myo-fascial release, craniosacral, tensegrity balancing therapy and orthobionomy style positional releases.

If you are looking for deep tissue or sports massage, we may not be the right therapist for you, despite being trained in these techniques (and incorporating firm pressure techniques where indicated) we prefer the quieter approach and believe our techniques are highly effective, whilst being gentle on the horse's body. 

New clients usually require a longer session for a full assessment.

Pricing for a new client session is slightly higher than follow up sessions for this reason.

It is necessary for either the owner or trainer/caregiver for the horse to be present for this first session. 

A standard equine bodywork session does not include dynamic evaluation, or  evaluation under saddle.

We are happy to add this if necessary to try and understand how to best help your horse.

This would not be considered a "lameness evaluation".

Diagnosis and treatment plans require a veterinarian and we will refer you back to your DVM for this.

We do not charge a travel fee;

We either schedule a full day of horses for one barn, or visit local barns on the same day.

We cannot travel for single horses unless there are multiple in close proximity,

or you are very local to us in Cypress (TX).

Hauling to us or to one of the facilities we work out of may be an option.

Your horse should be clean and easily accessible or you may be charged a catch/grooming fee.

Most techniques do not require down time from work, but some do, please discuss this prior to your appointment.

For this reason, pre-performance sessions are not the same as rehabilitation sessions.  

It may be that your horse needs to move after their appointment in order to process and incorporate new proprioceptive input, but not be ridden - turnout, lunging or hand walking may be more appropriate.

We are always happy to demo our equipment used and provide owners with tools & techniques to use themselves and often have equipment available to rent when a horse needs daily use for a period of time.

PEMF & Photobiomodulation for example both work at a cellular level to encourage healing from soft tissue injury as well as recovery from muscle fatigue from heavy exercise and training.

They can easily be incorporated into your daily routine for recovery or maintenance purposes.

We use EquiPro Connect to manage our client information, session reporting, invoicing, calendar & forms. 

Please send us an email and we can get you set up with a client portal before your appointment.

The State Veterinary Board Regulations for Texas state that Equine Bodywork requires approval from your regular attending veterinarian; your new client forms will require you to consent that you have spoken with your DVM regarding bodywork prior to your appointment. 

We are always happy to work with the other members of your horse's care team, including but not limited to:

DVM, Chiropractor, Farrier, Saddle Fitter, Trainer.

Whilst we specialize in performance horses & rehabilitation cases we can and do work with all kinds of horses. 

Integrative Equine Bodywork

Restore Equine LLC

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