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I am a veterinary Professor in Buenos Aires- Argentina and IÂ´m interested in equine nutrition and f
7/27/2009 11:43:36 PM
especially massage and chiropractic
7/27/2009 6:54:45 PM
on all of them Please
7/26/2009 10:39:59 PM
YES to all!!!!
7/26/2009 8:43:43 PM
7/26/2009 2:08:42 PM
including types of massage and therapies focusing on the musculature
7/26/2009 11:01:18 AM
I'm a fan of magnets.
7/25/2009 10:05:35 PM
what are "therapeutic options"? why is it only acupuncture & chiropractic?
7/25/2009 8:17:41 PM
Variety should include holistic med. tools.
7/25/2009 4:48:00 PM
sports massage please
7/25/2009 7:11:03 AM
I have a 20 yo Paint w/OA of the hock. I'd be interested in new things that may help.
7/24/2009 10:18:09 PM
equine massage and raike, too
7/24/2009 7:02:57 PM
It would be nice to have info on other form of horse care.
7/24/2009 2:42:40 PM
I have used both acupuncture and chiropractic with good results & would like more info
7/24/2009 10:29:37 AM
Therapeutic does not necessarily mean alternative!
7/24/2009 9:09:02 AM
We've always used massage and other therapys can work wonders!
7/23/2009 8:58:01 PM
I have seen acupuncture work on my other animals, and me and my family use chiropractic care.
7/23/2009 5:25:58 PM
I am very interested in accupuncture and accupressure.
7/23/2009 5:10:21 PM
acupunture & chiropractic are readliy available in my area
7/23/2009 4:21:50 PM
I have seen both have positive results in horses - as well as with people.
7/23/2009 12:38:20 AM
Alternative topics as well, natural ones
7/23/2009 12:08:32 AM
I started my own chiropractric treatment a month ago & feel a big difference!
7/22/2009 9:54:30 PM
ONLY is supported by RESEARCH
7/22/2009 4:59:01 PM
Acupuncture, massage, herbals--YES PLEASE!
7/22/2009 4:04:23 PM
absolutely! Acetylglucosamine is a lot less expensive than adequan-works just as well
7/22/2009 3:51:06 PM
We have used both these options on horses with great results
7/22/2009 2:56:37 PM
we use both tho don't really know how much good it does
7/22/2009 2:45:09 PM
spread the word on removing sarcoids with acupuncture! It works!
7/22/2009 11:56:34 AM
Yes, I find alternative therapies to be a very important part of actually HEALING a horse.
7/22/2009 11:10:10 AM
case studies of what works / what doesn't would be nice
7/22/2009 10:28:44 AM
Chiropratic and accupunture have helped my horse, my dogs and myself. You hear a big sigh from yoc
7/22/2009 10:25:53 AM
I have had good luck with acupunture and would welcome more info on alternate theraputic options
7/22/2009 9:57:03 AM
Acupuncture, chiro, and massage
7/22/2009 8:46:29 AM
'Only vet-approved articles' can lead to short-sightedness.Massage often maligned/ovrlkd as therapy
7/22/2009 8:07:03 AM
I haven't really heard much about this kind of stuff...and I'm always ready to learn something new!
7/22/2009 7:48:15 AM
I've been using chiropractic for 14 years, can't imagine life without it.
7/22/2009 7:12:11 AM
Cold Lazer Therapy too
7/22/2009 2:14:40 AM
I I have used both with success but would appreciate data from scientific studies.
7/22/2009 1:31:30 AM
Horse owners should be able to have options other than western medicine.
7/21/2009 11:05:42 PM
Reliable information is always appreciated
7/21/2009 10:24:19 PM
Homeopathic remedies worked 100 years ago, I have the old books to look problems up in when needed.
7/21/2009 10:03:32 PM
I have used both options with some success; more serious cases show no real results
7/21/2009 9:37:14 PM
Functional electrical stimulation and myo-fascial release and barefoot hoof care
7/21/2009 9:19:10 PM
I use many modalities to keep my horse healthy (myself, too)
7/21/2009 9:14:50 PM
healing/health should be looked at holistically
7/21/2009 8:59:41 PM
what about massage
7/21/2009 8:43:58 PM
I already use Reiki, Shamanic healing and aromatherapy on my horses.
7/21/2009 8:02:09 PM
All such shelp is appreciated
7/21/2009 7:58:34 PM
Been using A.T.'s over 10 years & laughed at by some
7/21/2009 7:36:58 PM
really like to know if chiropractic works for sure on horses
7/21/2009 6:45:29 PM
am certianly open to learn, never know when a horse chiro will be needed
7/21/2009 6:11:29 PM
Yes, on a variety of methods. Bring 'em!
7/21/2009 6:06:57 PM
I don't know anything about therapeutic options??
7/21/2009 5:37:15 PM
7/21/2009 5:30:58 PM
with assessment of efficacy included in the article
7/21/2009 5:21:21 PM
acupuncture, chiropractic, massage
7/21/2009 5:18:05 PM
7/21/2009 4:48:51 PM
I think you cover this topic well now.
7/21/2009 4:45:29 PM
I have found therapeutic methods to be an excellent complement with traditional medicine in my horse
7/21/2009 4:32:06 PM
No. Maybe some stretches & basic massage I can do myself. Prevention before treatment.
7/21/2009 4:19:38 PM
sports massage therapy
7/21/2009 4:05:49 PM
used massage and chiro on my horse - good stuff!
7/21/2009 4:03:18 PM
I use chiropractic and acupuncture, but would like to learn about other options available.
7/21/2009 3:59:55 PM
I don't think you can ignore the positive results that have been recorded in veterinary practice.
7/21/2009 3:30:54 PM
Chiropractor got my back comfortable.If my horse needs it, she'll get it.
7/21/2009 3:28:43 PM
Chiro helped my pony so much! from unridable to perfect!
7/21/2009 3:26:18 PM
My horse fell on the ice a few years back and her hip bothers her occasionally.
7/21/2009 3:19:40 PM
I think it would be great being I don't know enough about it all..............
7/21/2009 3:17:53 PM
Any and all information on new forms of helping our horses is great!
7/21/2009 2:59:36 PM
And how about equine massage. I'd like to learn more.
7/21/2009 2:56:44 PM
Any information that will keep my Clydesdales healthy is helpful to me.
7/21/2009 2:27:09 PM
7/21/2009 12:07:36 PM
7/21/2009 10:31:44 AM
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