Sat, Nov 06|
La Dolce Vita Equestrian Center
Equine Therapy Clinic
Receive an overview on alternative lameness and injury treatment options available including acupuncture and chiropractic.
Time & Location
Nov 06, 2021, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
La Dolce Vita Equestrian Center , 13244 E Bullard Ave., Clovis, CA 93619, USA
About the Event
Date: Saturday, November 6th from 10:00am-12:00pm
Location: La Dolce Vita Equestrian Center, 13244 E Bullard Ave., Clovis, CA 93619
Cost: $10.00 per person, snacks and drinks will be provided
What will this clinic offer?
· Receive an overview on alternative lameness and injury treatment options available
· Gain perspective on when is the best time is to work with alternative therapy practitioners
· Learn how to prevent injuries by increasing joint and muscle mobility
· Gain insight on how to assist doctors on finding lameness sources and old injuries
· Observe treatment demonstrations
· Build a stronger riding partnership between you and your horse
Meet the practitioners:
Dr. Alyx Debenedetto-lared, D.C.
As owner of Animal Chiropractic Group and now with her new practice, Country Chiropractic, Dr. Alyx has been treating horses, dogs, cats, and humans in the Central Valley for 13 years. She was board certified 2009 by the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association after receiving her Doctor of Chiropractic in 2008. In addition, Dr. Alyx is also certified in a new technique called Graston Technique that compliments Chiropractic adjustments. She also offers Kinesio Taping, BEMER (Physical Vascular therapy) and educates patients and their owners in stretching techniques that compliment chiropractic adjustments.
Dr. Lindsey Eby, D.V.M
Veterinarian and acupuncturist, Dr. Eby practices at Redwood Veterinary Hospital in Visalia treating patients large and small. She graduated from Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2012 after earning her Bachelor of Science degrees in Equine Science and Animal Science. In addition, Dr. Eby was certified with the International Academy of Veterinary Medical Acupuncture in 2012. She not only provides acupuncture treatments at Redwood Veterinary Hospital, but she also travels to equine patients outside of her normal working hours.
Dr. Alyx and Dr. Eby have a great working relationship where they have sped up recovery to many injured horses through the alternative treatment options they offer. These treatments focus on restoring range of motion that in-turn speeds up the healing process.