Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Homeopathy for eye disorders

Homeopathy for eye disorders

Homeopathy has shown to be useful for treating some of the most common eye disorders and injuries seen in practice today. We say the eyes...
Two approaches to laser therapy in horses

Two approaches to laser therapy in horses

Have you ever treated a horse for a tendon injury, only to run out of treatment options? You’ve tried shoeing changes, a modified exercise...
Natural solutions for summer bugs

Natural solutions for summer bugs

As the hot weather settles in, what are your thoughts on the insect pests that cause disease and irritation in your patients? Do you...
TCVM perspective and treatment of equine metabolic syndrome

TCVM perspective and treatment of equine metabolic syndrome

More than 20% of all horses are at risk of developing Metabolic Syndrome. This article looks at one case successfully treated with alternative therapies. In...
TCVM for RAO in horses

TCVM for RAO in horses

Learn how acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine can effectively treat recurrent airway obstruction in equines. Recurrent airway obstruction (RAO) is one of the most common...
Extruded horse feeds pros and cons

Extruded horse feeds pros and cons

Though they’re not for every horse, extruded feeds offer important benefits in some circumstances. My first experience with extruded horse feed occurred in the early...
Integrative Treatment of Equine Endocrine Disease

Integrative treatment of Equine Endocrine Disease — 4 case examples

These four case studies show successful treatment of endocrine disease with homeopathy and veterinary spinal manipulation (“chiropractic”). In horses, the main endocrine diseases are Cushing’s...
Allergies and the benefits of serum testing

Allergies and the benefits of serum testing

The best definition of an allergy is: “a classic overreaction by the immune system to an otherwise harmless substance”. Pollen from Bermuda grass, for...
Applied kinesiology for horses

Applied kinesiology for horses

Four cases of subtle neuromuscular weakness in horses and how to asses and correct them using kinesiology. Subtle neuromuscular weakness is common in horses. It...
A well-fitting saddle connects horse and rider

A well-fitting saddle connects horse and rider

“A prerequisite for harmony between horse and rider is the pairing of a healthy, mature horse with a practiced, empathetic, sensitive, and well-trained rider....