Acupuncture

Ouch! – The Tendons 

Acupuncture and Acupressure to address Tendon Problems in Horses   Tendon and ligament damage and injuries are among the most common causes of lameness, especially in race and sport horses. They are also feared because healing and rehabilitation often take a long time.  Tendons and ligaments connect muscles and bones and include structures which are …

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What does an Equine Acupuncture and Acupressure Treatment actually involve?

In a first step, a visual examination of the horse to be treated is undertaken, which is followed by a detailed anamnesis and inquiry of the owner / handler and further examinations. These include the palpation of the horse’s body, including diagnostic points and areas. Based on these observations and collected information, I prepare a …

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Because Acupuncture is Holistic You may kill Two Birds with One Stone

From practice I am currently working with an older Arabian gelding. I was called out primarily to treat his COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). He also has some age-related musculoskeletal problems. He is in light work and the main issue to be addressed primarily from the owner’s point of view was the COPD. Traditional Chinese …

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