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29
Feb

Tips from Dr. Mark on equine chiropractic care

Often times Dr. Mark shares great thoughts and tips with his clients when he is out in the field.  We have recently asked him to start writing them down so they can be shared with all horse owners.  Here are a few regarding equine chiropractors: Read more »

28
Feb

Black Tie Sidekick

It was rumored that our second favorite Jack Russell Terrier, Uggie, (don’t worry Dutch, you are still #1) was going to make an appearance at the Oscars Sunday night.  If you are unfamiliar with Uggie, he is the scene-stealing dog from The Artist. Read more »

28
Feb

Introduction to Good Equine Chiropractic

Mark DePaolo, DVM explains what to look for when choosing an equine chiropractor. There are several things to look for; some of which are imperative while others are just beneficial.

The first step in getting the best from your chiropractic treatment is  Read more »

24
Feb

Calm your nerves in the show pen

Stay calm, cool and collected while you ride with the Focus Ear Magnet.  Magnetic acupressure (reflexology) technology will make you ride better!

  • Decrease Nervousness
  • Enhance Mental Clarity
  • Increase Focus
  • Decrease Anxiety Read more »
24
Feb

Proper Equine Chiropractic

In this video, Dr. Mark explains the proper procedure for equine chiropractic. He walks you through a thorough a correct evaluation and treatment. Its imperative to look for an equine chiropractor with this detailed approach. This is the third in a series about Equine Chiropractic, and we strongly encourage you to watch all 4 videos on this topic found on our YouTube Channel. Read more »

22
Feb

Introduction to Equine Chiropractic

Watch Dr. Mark give an introduction to chiropractic care for your horse. He thoroughly defines Equine Chiropractic, explaining why it is important for your horse and how it will help your horse be comfortable. Read more »

14
Feb

A Horse’s Winter Diet

Winter diets usually include supplements for two reasons: nutrients and energy. Hay and dormant grasses don’t have the same nutritional value as fresh pasture. Vitamin & mineral supplements supply the horse with what they are lacking from those sources.  A good comprehensive vitamin and mineral supplement such as Read more »

2
Feb

Diagnosing Ulcers In Your Horse

Yesterday, we had a long (and VERY productive) day shooting an instructional video on diagnosing ulcers.  Gastro-intestinal erosions are the single most preventable syndrome that Dr. Mark treats in his practice today.  By learning to find and palpate certain acupuncture points closely associated with digestion, you will be able to discover when your horse is suffering from health and performance robbing ulcers.  Our diagnostic video will be out next month so stay tuned! Read more »