Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachians, Equine Therapeutic Bodyworks aspires to restore your equine’s physical and emotional well being through the applications of:
RED, GREEN AND BLUE LIGHT THERAPY
MYOFASCIAL EQUINE CUPPING
& ESSENTIAL OILS
Through Equine Therapeutic Bodyworks, we experience the tremendous accomplishment of not just treating the equine, but also impacting the lives of the owners who care so much for their horses, donkeys and mules, that their relief for their equine's improved well being is joyfully visible.
Have you ever had trouble cutting through that tough, sinewy tissue in the chicken you were prepping for the oven? That resilient, strong substance you were wrestling with was the chicken's fascia. Fascia is three dimensional and surrounds every organ, every muscle, nerve fiber, bone and blood vessel in the body. It's impressively strong and gives shape and substance to the entire body -- so when it gets restricted, major issues can result. Often lameness, pain and dysfunction result from fascia restrictions.
Through MYOFASCIAL RELEASE techniques, as well as other therapies offered by Equine Therapeutic Bodyworks, the fascia can be rehydrated and return to healthy, supportive tissue. Many clients use myofascial treatments in conjunction with their veterinarian's chiropractic adjustments to get lasting, measurable,
noticeably improved results.
Please note: out treatments are not a substitute for your trusted veterinarian.
Red light therapy is currently the most understood and employed of the light therapies for horses, although blue and green light therapies are making their way into wound therapy and other uses. Photonic Torches treat tendon, ligament, muscle and skin conditions, as well as poll tension and joint pain. Equine Therapeutic Bodyworks arrives at your barn with several light therapy options, prepared to spend the time it takes to achieve noticeable results.
Often, the first time we see your horse, it takes a little longer as we document history and basic information from you. The average length of a treatment ranges from an hour to two hours.
No! We're there to treat your equine, not to run time on the clock.
No, it doesn't, it's not an invasive treatment. We often see the horse licking and chewing, showing signs of relief and comfort as we work toward wellness.
Equine wellness is our passion! Invite us to your
barn and discover the joy of alternative, noninvasive treatments for your equine partners!
Lauren Kay Lukert, M.A.
Certified in Equine Bodywork
Yawning, licking and chewing are typical expressions of release.