Let’s Begin with a few simple questions:
- Has the connection you have with your horse changed recently…but you don’t know why?
- Is your horse unwilling to work as they once did… but had no issues previously with his or her training?
- Do you have a feeling as though something structurally is off with your horse… but can’t quite pinpoint the problem?
- Has your horse lost its rhythm, timing and/or coordination… and despite changing trainers, training methods, saddles, bits, and farriers nothing has resolved?
- Is your horse lame without reason… and no one can seem to figure out why?
- Are you looking to improve performance… but don’t know what steps to take to get there?
- Are you and your horse located in Oakland, Gennessee, Livingston, Wayne, or Macomb County?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, continue reading.
People who work with horses tend to find themselves in these situations every now and again, perhaps more often than they’d like.
The unexplained lameness, the random tripping or dragging of feet, the inability to take a lead on one side compared to another, the unwillingness to transition between trot and canter, and the list goes on and on.
More likely than not you’ve had your horses vetted and examined thoroughly, and still nothing comes up out of the ordinary. If this sounds familiar, you are not alone. The missing link is often much simpler than we realize.
If you have tried it all and still haven’t got the results with your horse, there is likely an underlying reason…
The Real Reason Some Riders Will Always Fail With Their Horse & What To Do About It
Since I first began working with horses, I’ve seen a lot of riders making the same mistake: They try to solve their horse’s problems by changing external things…when they have problems that can never be solved by simply throwing on a new saddle or changing their shoes.
That approach almost never works when the horse’s problem is primarily structural.
In fact, many times only changing the external things made it WORSE for the horse… because now they had to adapt to a new saddle, new shoes while still having an underlying structural problem.
These structural issues must be addressed at the CORE. The changes must come from INSIDE… not from the outside.
What Can Be Done?
But the good news is, as you address underlying structural problems the horse will improve BY ITSELF.
I can tell you from personal experience… that once you start improving the structure of your horse, they will start to respond more positively automatically.
Break Through The Structural Problem Holding You Back
If you’re ready to finally get your horse balanced…and say goodbye to the problems that have continuously held them back, I have the answer.
After studying constantly and working with other equine chiropractors, I’ve been able to synthesize a system for correcting structural shifting within the equine body, that ultimately allows me to help horse owners across Michigan.
Eye Opening Breakthrough in Equine Healing
The secret success is the healing method I use, called Neurostructural Correction. There are no mallets, no instruments, nothing but a block and two hands with precision and speed. Through neurostructural correction I’ve been able to refine the classic mannerism of equine chiropractic with a revolutionary approach to balancing neurology.
Reprogram Your Horse For Success
Here Are Some of The Results That NeuroStructural Correction Can Get For Your Horse:
- Improved Performance, whether you ride Dressage, Western, Hunter Jumper or simply for Pleasure.
- Heal From Mystery Lamenesses, regardless of how long they have been there.
- Rhythm, Timing and Coordination, at the canter, trot and run.
- Better Structural Integrity, better structure leads to better function.
- Get a Harder Working Horse, ride longer and with more confidence in your horses abilities.
- Enhanced Willingness, get your horse do what you want, when you want.
- Deeper Connection, develop a deep connection with your horse with better understanding.
- Fluidity of Movement, better structure>>>better function>>>better movement.
Conventional animal chiropractors may focus on the symptoms, whereas I focus on the underlying cause of those symptoms. Utilizing NeuroStructural correction your horse’s life will change, as will your relationship with your horse.
Timing varies with animals; sometimes you will notice a difference immediately, where others may take a few days or weeks. Regardless, structural correction of your horse will improve upon his or her current state of health and somewhere along the line you will notice a change.
Interested? For more information call (248) 606-0136 or fill out the form below.