The Consumer's Guide to Alternative Therapies in the Horse is a discussion and exploration of what works and what doesn't based on scientific evidence. This book will help you evaluate both common and alternative treatments, and in doing so, help your horse to live a more healthy, productive life. Here you will sort through the misconceptions and myths surrounding alternative therapies, and learn what science has discovered about them. You'll get the latest scientific buzz on:
* manual therapy
* energy medicine
* herbal therapy
* laser and light therapy
* magnetic therapy and much more.
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About the Author: David W. Ramey, D.V.M. has been in private practice since 1984 and handles all aspects of equine health care, including surgery, lameness, and medicine. His first book, Horsefeathers: Facts versus Myths About Your Horse's Health, was published by Howell in 1995. He has also written the Concise Guide to Medication and Supplements for the Horse, the Concise Guide to Tendon and Ligament Injuries in the Horse, the Concise Guide to Colic in the Horse, the Concise Guide to Arthritis in the Horse, and the Concise Guide to Navicular Syndrome in the Horse, also published by Howell.
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