The Holistic Approach . Pam Rosenberg Shawn Dolan. Five modalities. Massage Hydrotherapy Chiropractic Aromatherapy Homeopathy. Improves circulation Increases range of motion Preventing injury Reduces inflammation Relieves tension. Massage Therapy . Stimulates lymphatic system
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Increases range of motion
Relieves tensionMassage Therapy
Eliminate toxins and promote healing
Improves animal disposition
Treat body as a wholeMassage Therapy
Lowers blood pressure
Speeds up metabolism
Could spreadWhen not to massage
One week course in VA
Certified with the (IAESMT) International Association of Equine Sports Massage TherapistsMassage Programs
Improve general fitness or in, water.
Improve muscle tone
Helpful in recovering from injury or operation
Bone are not put under great stresses as on landBenefits of Hydrotherapy
Thermal effects or in, water.
Warm for dogs, cooler for horses
For weight bearing problems
Increase hydrostatic pressure
Resistance moving through water
TurbulenceHydrotherapy’s unique features
Ie: shoeing, badly fitting saddle, injuryChiropractic
One fixed joint causes excess movement of surrounding joints.
Deals with the entire body as a wholeWhat is Chiropractic?
Last thing to come and the first to go
Changes in animal’s
Signs of stiffness, soreness, muscle spasmsWhen to use Chiropractic
3 yr old Appendix cause.
Green broke, off the track
Injury to right hind in July of 2001
Caught in a fence?
Can not physically stand square
How did this happen?
How do you fix this without chiropractic?Bones’ Butt
• Western practitioners respond, “because I am tired of not being able to help.” (Particularly in managing chronic illnesses.)
•“There are more options to animals healing than we ever imagined…” (Allen Schoen, DVM)
• There is a difference between treating and healing. Treatment comes from the outside. Healing comes from within. (Dr. Andrew Weil).
• Practice builder –
You’ll be unique in your area!
If the infection is not bacterial in origin or is resistant to antibiotics:
ADD supportive measures to the antibiotic treatment to help boost the immune system:
Western or Chinese Herbs
Immunostimulant homeopathic remedy
Chicken soup (no joke!!)An Integrative Approach to Upper Respiratory Infections
Diagnostic Tests: to antibiotics:
If the problem is acute:
SURGERY to remove blockage
Followed by diet change and/or antibiotics (depending on the cause)
Close observation to detect reoccurrencesAn Integrative Approach to Bladder Problems(in cats)
“Use the best medicine that is effective on that day, for that condition, and is least invasive.”
Keep in mind that might range from improving saddle fit to surgery.
(Joyce Hatman, DVM)
Equine Acupressure Meridian Chart