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The first visit will be a full evaluation of the horse. This session will take longer than the follow-ups since it's the one visit where every part of the horse will be examined in order to understand the horse’s body in depth and be able to assess accurately the problems the horse has. With the results of the evaluation session, a program of routine sessions can be established depending on the results of the evaluation.

 This technique releases the soft tissues, it is very good to help with horses that are missing their leads, excessive bucking, shorter stride than normal. It helps align the skeletal system through motion in the muscle. 

Pre competition sessions: 
 Help increase the horse’s circulation, stimulation, and blood flow throughout their body. This session will also include light stretches to get your horse ready for a better performance.
Post competition sessions: 
Alleviate the horse’s muscles, ligaments, and tendons from the onset of soreness. This aids the horse in its recovery after the performance. Post massage should be done between the day of the competition and the 48 hours following.    
Bemer therapy is not disease specific, it stimulates the self healing of the horse through microcirculation.  You will notice your horse more supple, more focused, balanced, able to move better.  Bemer is also great to use pre and post work, your horse will feel ready to do the job at task and you will also notice a faster recovery from the work done, and feeling fresh and ready for the following day.  It will help your horse enhance it's performance and have a better quality of life
 Massage Therapy can help a horse recover from injuries by keeping the muscles loose and promoting blood circulation in the body. This will help the horse feel less tension in an area, lower swelling, and promote overall body healing. In situations where there is an injury, the authorization of the veterinarian treating the horse is needed along with a list of medications the horse is taking.  
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