Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Fear of Power

“The power float cut the inside of my horse’s mouth and there was blood everywhere!”.  “My horse wouldn’t eat for days after power floating!”.  “Power floats remove too much and kill the teeth!”.  “Power floats cause heat damage and kill … Continue reading

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Chiropractic Accreditation: Almost There

So Dr.Kathryn Surasky and I are well over halfway through our training to become certified as animal chiropractors! The workload over the first several modules was surprisingly intense, we learned not only the theory and techniques of chiropractic but also … Continue reading

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Back to School: Equine Chiropractic Accreditation

I have to admit – 6 years ago, when I wrote my final board examination at the start of 4th year vet school, I was so excited to be finished exams!  Don’t get me wrong, I loved school, I loved … Continue reading

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