Equine Bodyworks and Sports Therapy/ Upstate NY County Saddle Representative
Physical rehabilitation is not a substitute for veterinary care, it is complimentary therapy to help get the best possible outcome for your horse. It works best when your veterinarian, trainer. farrier, rehab specialist and the owner can all work together.
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Kerri has been working on my horse Toby for over a year now. She has been wonderful to him and amazing to work with. He has always had arthritis and stiffness in his hind end and neck. After a couple sessions of Kerri working on him and showing me stretches that I do with him daily he was bending better lifting through his back more easily and over all felt more comfortable. She has reduced stiffness and expanded his range of motion. Her knowledge of the muscles, anatomy, and overall knowledge of horses is helpful in everything that she does with Toby. She has developed long term benefits by maintaining Toby's muscles. Most recently Toby has developed laminitis. He has been foundering for the past couple of months and he is on stall rest. Kerri has been working on him weekly. It is the best day of his week. He looks more relaxed and comfortable after Kerri is done with her massage. She has modified his massages to increase circulation and relax his muscles that are working overtime to help take pressure of his front feet. His eyes are never softer and he is never more calm then when Kerri is working on him. She also finds all the good itchy spots!
Kerri works on a lot of the horses in my barn and she has been able to help with multiple muscle related issues. All the horses she works on sees beneficial results. My boarders can not say enough nice things about working with Kerri and we all love when she's at the barn!
Sara Groschadl, Owner of Whitney Hill Stables