Most people don't consider their horse to have any pain or discomfort until it gets lame. Lameness happens after pain elsewhere has been present for a long time. The early onset of pain shows up as a behavior issue, movement restriction, or sensitive tissue. An assessment will help you discover if there is pain. Dirt to Diamonds, LLC is a mobile equine therapy unit serving Max, Minot, Bismark, ND and surrounding areas. Our certified equine massage therapist uses a pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) machine to ease your horse's aches and pains.
We travel in the immediate areas of Max, Minot, and Bismarck, ND at no charge.
Here are 10 signs your horse may be in pain:
Introducing Kaycee Wilen, a passionate equine structural integration therapist with a background in human massage therapy who found her calling as an equine massage therapist. She is a certified equine structural integration practitioner through the Equine Natural Movement School in Battleground, Washington. Helping horses is Kaycee's passion, and Dirt to Diamonds lets her live her dream.
Call today to schedule a structural integration massage in Max, Minot, Bismark, ND and surrounding areas.
To keep your horse feeling their best, structural integration therapy. This innovative therapy can: