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DOC JAMIESON GETS RESULTS FOR YOU AND YOUR HORSE, WHEN OTHERS DON'T SUCCEED!
**TREATING HORSES AGAIN IN 2014**
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Doc Jamieson spends at least 45 minutes to 1 hour on each horse
Treatments includes chiropractic adjustments, muscle manipulation, reiki, laser acupunture and the use of magnetic therapy machines if required
Doc will also give you advice about what work to do with your horse in between treatments and where to apply products, if needed, to your horse
Doc advises owners NOT to tell anyone who comes out to your horse what you think is wrong with them - a trained person should be able to tell what the problems are by looking at your horses movement.
Docs adjustments are gentle and achieved with the co-operation of your horse.
With years of experience and horsemanship true results are a reflection of this.
An Owner emails: I have a 19 year old thoroughbred gelding who is dragging both his back legs when he walks and has some tenderness at his withers and along his backbone. Would like to know if you would be able to come out to assess and treat him. We have had him massaged several times since owning him but the relief is only temporary.
"SAM" AFTER ONE TREATMENT
"SAM" AFTER TWO TREATMENTS
If you would like some names of top class horse studs at which Doc has worked on horses in recent times, so you can contact them to hear of their experiences please email today!
SYMPTOMS TO LOOK FOR
No extension in front or rear
Dip in the wither
Loss of muscle tone
Loss of appetite
Change in temperament
Doesn't like being touched
Doesn't like being ridden
WATCH THESE VIDEOS!! THE RESULTS DOC GETS AFTER 1 TREATMENT
QH FILLY - LAMENESS ISSUES
NOV 2010 Horse after one treatment
Owner emailed - I have a Q.H. filly needing treatment asap, there is no use training her at the moment untill I have some idea as to help her problem. She is not lame as such, but cannot use her off side front leg to step out properly, I can see it while lunging and when riding her. Also she finds it hard to hold the canter to the right and it feels as though it is in her hind leg. I have just purchased this filly, I wasn't able to ride her before I bought her. Now I have found this problem with her and have to try and fix it if possible. Could you see her asap. She is a western pleasure horse, I have had horses all my life and trained many, and do not believe in just spurring them to get results....
HORSE CANT GET UP-BEEN DOWN 4 DAYS AUGUST 2008 Horse Rehabilitation Centre
Doc treats a horse that was unable to get up. This horse had been down in the paddock for 4 days. Many other practitioners had attended and not been successful in helping this animal. Doc uses his natural horsemanship skills and applies chiropractic techniques, does equine massage, laser acupuncture to increase blood flow and reduce inflamation and uses magnetic therapy machines. The improvement in the horse is amazing - in a short period of time the horse was up, walking, drinking and eating (not alot of audio to listen 2) - 2 hour session edited to 9 minutes.