Your Horse's Health Team

Over the past decade, Electro-Acuscope/Myopulse therapists have gained respect among veterinarians, trainers, farriers, horse owners and other professionals in the equine industry for their commitment to the equine health team.

The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) describes the use of equine therapy as non-invasive techniques for the rehabilitation of injuries. Work performed by an equine therapist of any kind must be in accordance with the state veterinary acts, which in the state of California requires a veterinary referral following a diagnosis before treatments can begin.


Health Team Leader
Your Veterinarian

Your horse's health team leader is your veterinarian. Your veterinarian evaluates the injury, makes the diagnosis and works with the therapist, trainer, farrier and you (the owner) to formulate the best form of treatment. Your veterinarian is responsible for interpreting the evaluation, formulating the plan for recuperation, prescribing medications and overseeing the therapist and farrier.
Team Members The other important members include the Electro-Acuscope/ Myopulse therapist, your trainer, your farrier and you.
Acuscope/Myopulse Therapist,
Nancy Hall
Upon a referral and a diagnosis from your veterinarian, Nancy creates a treatment plan, she uses the Acuscope/Myopulse therapy system to accelerate the natural healing process, reduce pain and increase range of motion.
Your Trainer Changes wraps as may be required by your veterinarian, works to avoid future injury and hand walks your horse daily until treatments are completed.
Your Farrier Works with the veterinarian, therapist and trainer to provide proper hoof support.
You You work with all the members of the health care team to provide your horse with the best care possible. After all, it is your love and concern that will bring this team together on behalf of your horse to help him heal quickly and completely.

Use of the Health Team provides your horse with
the best opportunity for the accelerated healing,
increasing strength and range of motion.

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Nancy Hall
Certified Equine and Canine Therapist
Sisters, Oregon
(909) 241-8235
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