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INTRODUCTION TO SERVICES

 

Equine

Massage Therapy

Equine Massage is the practice of massage on horses and helps with improvement in movement and the reduction of pain and stress responses. 

Benefits

-Pain Relief

-Relief from restlessness and Sleep Disturbances

-Stress Relief

-More efficient movement

-Increased flexibility and range of motion

-Immune System Support

 

Benefits of

Craniosacral

Therapy

Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle, noninvasive form of bodywork that addresses the bones of the head, spinal column and sacrum. The goal is to release compression in those areas which alleviates stress and pain.

Benefits

-Facial nerve paralysis

-Head shaking

-Head injuries and trauma

-Emotional problems

-Lameness

-TMJ

-Tinnitus

-Blocked Tear Ducts

-Cribbing

-Spinal Injuries

-Hind End injuries

Equine Kinesiology Taping

Equine Kinesiology Taping Therapy helps to reduce or control pain manage swelling or edema and increase joint range of motion.

Benefits

-Pain management

-Decreased swelling and /or edema

-Increase joint range of motion

-Normalize muscle tone

-Comfort for the horse throughout the rehabilitation process

Benefits of

Red Light

Therapy

Red Light Therapy

Helps the horse to feel and perform better and is effective in treating a number of conditions in horses including sore or tight muscles joints and injuries.

Benefits

-Repairs 

-Renews

-Regenerates

-Heals

-Reduces inflammation
 

PRICES*

EQUINE MASSAGE

$75

EQUINE KINESIOLOGY TAPING

$50

CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY SESSION

$50

EQUINE MASSAGE + TAPING

$100

EQUINE MASSAGE + CRANIOSACRAL OR LIGHT THERAPY

$100

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*10% OFF

Multiple-Horse Discount

Equine massage is never intended to replace veterinary care.  The Healthy Horse Company does not diagnose or treat injury or illness.  There are times in which equine massage may not be appropriate and in these instances, we will choose to not work on a horse.  Please consult your veterinarian before enlisting your horse in any equine massage regimen.