Schaefer Equine Therapy Sessions
June 3 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
SCHAEFER EQUINE is proud to be donating eight therapy sessions to the Ride With Pride program on June 3rd.
We have been having great success with a new type of treatment that we are developing. This therapy is our interpretation of the combination of several different modalities. It is an indirect approach that has shown a lot of promise. This type of therapy has been proven in the human world with much success. We have seen results in a wide array of pathologies including limb deviations in foals, anxiety, EPM, front end and hind end lameness, hypersensitivity, ulcers, colic, navicular, fibromyopathy, polyneuritis, girth sensitivity, muscle imbalances, gait irregularities, depression, calming an overreactive personality, and hard to pinpoint saddle issues to name a few. This technique manipulates precise anatomical structures in an indirect method which allows the body to begin the healing process. Horses have proven to be wonderful patients for this type of therapy. It typically has a calming affect as the horse starts to feel the benefits. Most owners see a noticeable improvement after just one session. In some cases, patients may need additional sessions depending on the diagnosis. We are excited to introduce this new form of therapy into the horse world and are extremely happy that with this technique we are improving their quality of life.
To register your horse for the June 3 Equine Indirect Release session at Cedar Creek Stables email firstname.lastname@example.org.