She is partially retired but will never stop caring about them and doing whatever she is able. Her husband Raymond is an integral part of her business and travels with her.
She has studied Acupuncture, Non-Force Chiropractic, Equine bio-mechanics, classical riding, and many other ways of approaching problems in her patients. She will be glad to evaluate your animals and do what is best for them.
30 years or so ago, my wonderful Mustang, Center, and I, fell over this cliff as the trail collapsed under us. I thought I was probably going to die. I did not nor did he, but something wasn't right with my horse and it became an obsession to help him.
I tried to locate the problem myself and with every specialist I could find to no avail. I finally took a short course in Acupuncture, fixed my horse by accident and suddenly realized that I had to learn more about this method of healing. It became my life's work from then on.
I began a serious study of acupuncture and continued to learn serious Classical riding techniques to properly develop a horse. I also continued endurance riding at every opportunity. I limited my practice to Equines and continued and expanded my learning to Non-Force Chiropractic, and Energy Medicine.
I have been forever amazed at how effective these methods can be in relieving pain and restoring many animals to total functionality. I have enjoyed my life's work with my whole heart and love my patients beyond measure.
We love our patients and their owners and caretakers. Does
Acupuncture work? Yes. Does Non-Force Chiropractic work? Yes
By appointment only