Alternative/Complimentary Therapies

P.O. Box 116,
Hamilton, VA
20159

Dr. Sinn is one of only 75 veterinary behaviorists in the United States.  She maintains a private behavior consulting business in Northern Virginia where she sees a variety of clients from horses to dogs to exotic animals.  She enjoys working with cliets and helping them help their horses with a variety of behavior issues such as trailering problems;  veterinary and farrier phobias.

http://www.behaviorsolutions.guru/
540-454-9081
lsinndvm@gmail.com
Leslie Sinn, DVM DACVB
Dunthorpe Farm Equine Services
35709 Suffolk Ln.
Purcellville, VA
20132

Dunthorpe Farm is a specialty practice devoted to enhancing equine wellness and performance through chiropractic, acupuncture and dentistry, and small animal wellness through chiropractic and acupuncture.

http://www.dunthorpefarm.com
315-430-7515
Dunthorpe@roadstarinternet.com
Kelly Foltman, MS,DVM
Elite Power Stables, LLC
15840 Purcellville Rd.
Purcellville, VA
20132

Balancing the equine body and mind through Masterson Method Integrated Equine Performance Bodywork and correct, balanced training.

http://elitepowerstables.com/index.html
484-832-8221
amberfies@elitepowerstbles.com
Amber Fies

Education toward a career as a Certified Equine or Canine Massage Therapist.

http://www.Equissage.com
540-338-1917
Mary A. Schreiber
InForm Fitness
15 N King St.
Leesburg, VA
20180

High intensity slow motion strength training.  I deal for the busy professional and AA equestrian.

*Home of Eventing Nation’s fitness columnist.

http://eventingnation.com/author/lauracrump/

https://informfitness.com/
703-791-1717
laura@informfitness.com
Laura Crump Anderson
39149 Fry Farm Rd.
Lovettsville, VA
20180

Kinetic Balance was created to provide a holistic, pain free approach to physical therapy,  focusing on finding and  treating the cause of any problem rather than simply managing its symptoms.    With a passion for teaching people how to improve their flexibility, balance and posture at any age, for working with  equestrians and their horses, and for finding solutions to chronic conditions that were not resolved by traditional  therapies.

http://kineticbalance.com/
703-994-4834
catherine@kineticbalance.com
Catherine Wyckoff

Powell’s Equine and Canine Therapeutic Services.

http://www.hoofandpawtherapeutics.com/
859-494-1598
Pectspowell1@aol.com
Debra Powell
Shady Grove Magna Wave
370 E Diamond Ave.
Gaithersburg, MD
20877

I provide Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy. PEMF therapy works at the cellular level to produce optimum cellular energy and health which is necessary for proper or accelerated healing of every anatomical part of the body. If we help the cells, we can help everything! A pulsating magnetic field or PEMF is said to produce one main result: stimulating cell metabolism and increasing oxygenation. This action is thought to cause a chain of processes in the body that leads to improvement of health without side effects. Some of the effects of PEMF are: increased circulation, enhanced muscle function, decreased inflammation and pain, increased tensile strength in ligaments, increased healing of skin wounds, enhanced capillary formation, accelerated nerve regeneration and bone healing, less tissue death, stress reduction, and bone healing. In equines, PEMF therapy can be used for: back pain, abscesses and bruised foot soles, muscle soreness/fatigue/atrophy, stifle osteoarthritis and synovitis, fetlocks and pastern joint osteoarthritis and synovitis, white line disease, carpal pain and bursitis, flexor and extensor tendonitis, suspensory ligament and ligament branch desmitis, sesamoiditis, coffin joint synovitis, navicular syndrome and navicular bone bursitis, poll osteoarthritis and nuchal ligament calcification, EPM, Anhidrosis, Cushings disease, laminitis, and founder.

To see how horses have responded to the therapy, please visit the Shady Grove Magna Wave Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/shadygrovemagnawave/

609-970-5924
pollockpemf@gmail.com
Jaimie Pollock
Stonelea Farm – Ride Recovery
39953 New Rd.
Aldie, VA
20105

Riding to Recovery
Horses and healing for sick children
Riding to Recovery is a program now open under the direction of Lucia DiBenedetto at Stonelea Farm in Aldie, Virginia, providing emotional and spiritual healing using the horse. This program is dedicated to serving children with illnesses versus disabilities as one would find at a traditional therapeutic riding center. Children faced with acute illnesses, where medical treatments and endless hospital visits are an integral part of their life, need a mental as well as physical reprieve from their pain.

Riding to Recovery provides children with a much-needed pleasurable outlet and gives them an identity outside of being ill. Horseback riding, along with the close relationships children build through working with horses, is a life-affirming journey toward wellness.

703-475-8711
riderecovery@aol.com
Lucia DiBenedetto
Total Equine Veterinary Associates
15660 Avebury Manor Place Leesburg, VA
20175

We want to take care of your horses, ponies, donkeys, mules, and zebras for a long, long time.  That’s why Total Equine Veterinary Associates has a singular goal: provide the very best healthcare and service to our equine patients and their owners.  We’ve haven’t failed to notice that our health care approach ensure our patients live longer, healthier lives.  It’s what drives each member of the TEVA team!

Office and Pharmacy:
Morven Park Equestrian Center
41793 Tutt Lane
Leesburg, VA 20176

 

https://www.totalequinevets.com/
703 505 2320
info@totalequinevets.com
Jay Joyce, DVM

A controlled and Quiet Alternative for ost-Injury & Post-Surgery Recovery

540-270-4998
tradewindsEquine@aol.com
Katy Browne-Masek
43216 Farewell Dance Dr.
Leesburg, VA
20176

To provide quality acupuncture treatments in the animal’s own environment where it is most comfortable. Primarily treats horses, dogs, and cats.

https://www.facebook.com/wellnessAVS/
804-625-2743
wellnessavs@gmail.com
Katie Lipresti
19798 Foggy Bottom Road
Bluemont, VA 20135

Horse Training for ALL Disciplines, Physical Therapy for Riders, and Hippotherapy.

http://www.journeysendshe.com
518-312-2947
smirkybird@aol.com
Cynthia Anderson