Exercies for Young Dogs

October 17, 2017

Hi Everyone,

I have recently been getting a few young dogs coming in for AMRT sessions for arthritic changes and joint pain. So, I decided to do a newsletter ‘series’ for dogs that will include exercises and care from the young dog through to the older dog.  The purpose of the s...
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Hi,  I wanted to share with you one of my neurological head shaking case studies and her progress with Acupuncture, Moxa, Muscle release and certain supplements that have helped diminish extent of the head shaking.  This particular case I met in June and the mare h...
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Girth Pain

November 26, 2016
Having a girthy horse is a common problem for many owners. Many times, your horse came to you that way. Girthiness" can be caused by painful withers, which commonly result from ill fitting saddles, from girth galls (sores) and from abnormal sensitivity of the chest behind ...
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Equidays 2016

September 25, 2016

Come Talk to Nash at Equidays 14-16 October (Site P16)

Animal Muscle Release Therapy uses Acupuncture and Muscle Release Therapy for treating a variety of conditions: Muscoskeletal Conditions, including myofascial trigger points (firm, painful, taut bands in muscles) Inflammation in or around joints Spinal disk disease or ner...
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Saddle fit Issues

As a therapist I do continually deal with saddle fit issues. To tackle this issue I have also just started studying to become an Accredited Saddle fitter as there are many inconsistencies in saddle fit for both horses and riders. Many of my clients as myself are never sure t...
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As a therapist I regularly see horses with signs of ulcers. Acupuncture points for Horse's with Ulcers and Gut Pain. From an equine therapist point of view often after treatment these points are still sore or the pain goes but comes back. This is due to gastric ulcers. Often...
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Regular bodywork isn't just about keeping your horse feeling soft, supple and happy in their training - it also allows us to keep our finger on the pulse, monitor how they are handling new exercises and demands, and frequently, pick up on minor issues well before they become...
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Understanding some basic equine anatomy goes a long way in understanding why the saddle must fit correctly for your horse to perform pain free. We need to be able to identify saddle-bearing area. This is important because pressure outside this region can do significant harm ...
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February 2, 2015
What happens in the horse’s body when being ridden, how the rider’s imbalance, muscular imbalance and scar tissue in the horse can restrict the horse’s movements and create pain. Often misbehavior due to pain is interpreted as naughtiness. There goes the dream for the ...
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