As many of you already know, we evaluate horses using Osteopathic Technique. Osteopathy takes the scientific knowledge of anatomy and physiology that veterinarians have already obtained, and trains their hands to interpret minute restrictions of the fascia that cause the stasis of blood and fluids in the body. This stasis compromises the external and internal anatomic structures of the horse. Compromised structure leads to disturbed function and disturbed function leads to compromised structure. We are planning a seminar at The Whole Horse Veterinary Clinic in San Marcos, Texas that will begin during the American Association of Equine Practitioners Convention being held in San Antonio. Many equine veterinarians will be at that convention, and they will only be 40 minutes from San Marcos. We urge you to forward this email to all of your “horsey” friends, and ask that they forward this email to any veterinarian who might be interested in knowing more about how to release restrictions in the pelvic room that impair the function of the hips and stifles of horses.
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KAM HEALTHY COOKIES
KAM has developed some wonderful new cookies that are safe for insulin resistant horses, as well as problem specific cookies for horses that are obese, nervous, stressed, need their immune systems boosted, are ulcer prone, or have pain and inflammation from chronic joint disease or acute sprains and strains. All of the cookies are organic, all natural, GMO free and have no fillers, additives, chemicals or sugars. None of the cookies have anything in them that will test at a show. For more information, visit our KAM Supplements web page.
THE WHOLE HORSE VETERINARY CLINIC
Horses with a good immune system will have less trouble with parasites. Make sure your horse has good nutrition above everything else. Whole Food Vitamins like blue green algae and chlorella promote healthy immune systems. Always give the horse a sufficient amount of dewormer for his weight. Giving less dewormer than the amount the horse weighs will make all the worms sick and resistant to the dewormer, but will kill zero worms. If the horse weighs more than the 1250 lbs that come in the tube, buy two tubes and give one tube plus a partial tube to make up the proper weight.
Rotate: changing the active ingredient, not just the brand name, giving a dose every two months