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All inquiries will be responded to within 48 hours.

These therapies are NOT intended to replace proper veterinary care.

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Benefits of EMFT

  • Relieves stiff, sore, or tired muscles
     

  • Improves blood circulation
     

  • Keeps muscles, tendons and facia supple
     

  • Aids in healing certain types of injuries
     

  • Improves mobility
     

  • Relaxes the horse and 
    improves responsiveness

     

  • Improves overall conformation

Equine 

Myo-manipulative

Functional Therapy (EMFT)

What is Equine Myo-manipulative Functional Therapy (EMFT)?

Massage is the kneading or rubbing of muscle tissues at varying intensities and depth to help relieve pain and/or tension. Massage for humans and horses is essentially the same, except there's a lot more ground to cover with a horse.

Why Would A Horse Need A Massage?

A horse, like their rider, is an athlete, and the best athletes are the ones that take excellent care of themselves. This care includes proper rest, good nutrition, stretching, and massage in addition to an effective training regimen.

Benefits of Massage

In addition to relieving pain and tension, massage can also improve blood circulation, reduce blood pressure, improve skin quality and elasticity and help reduce potential injuries by keeping the muscles, tendons and myofacia flexible and supple.

Combining Therapies

While EMFT is very effective on its own, combining it with other healing modalities such as ECST, chiropractic and veterinary care, equine dental services and more can create a very powerful and supportive routine.