We have realized acupuncture and chiropractic therapies not only offer effective ways to treat current performance related conditions but are even more valuable in preventing them.
Dr. Scott Anderson completed certification courses in acupuncture in 1991 and chiropractic medicine in 1993. It has been his goal to integrate these forms of medicine with traditional lameness work and he uses them in conjunction with each other. Dr. Anderson has found the combination of these two disciplines to be helpful in assessing and treating the equine athlete.
Dr. Charlotte Tate is very interested in lameness and diagnosis in the equine athlete. She easily combines traditional medicine modalities with both acupuncture and chiropractic medicine in order to provide a variety of treatment and preventative options to her patients. She completed chiropractic training at Parker University in Dallas, TX and acupuncture training at the Chi Institute of Chinese Medicine in Florida.
Dr. Catherine Côté wanted to add more tools to her repertoire when treating horses and completed her chiropractic training through the A.C.E.S program based out of Texas. She is passionate about preventative medicine and enjoys the role that chiropractic medicine can play when helping to keep horses comfortable and performing their best.
Dr. Wynnie Angus is certified in acupuncture through the Chi Institute of Chinese Medicine. She also completed her chiropractic training through the A.C.E.S program. Her veterinary medicine interests include preventive care, acupuncture, lameness, and emergency care.
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