ONE GOAL, ONE PASSION.

"Animals are the bridge between us and the beauty of all that is natural. They show us what's missing in our lives, and how to love ourselves more completely and unconditionally. They connect us back to who we are, and to the purpose of why we're here." ― Trisha McCagh

 

 
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Equine Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy accelerates healing and improve the repair, regeneration, and remodeling of tissue in the horse. Some indications for laser therapy are wound healing, pain management, tendon/ligament injuries, muscle tears, and neurologic injuries. Some benefits of laser therapy are decreased pain, increased wound healing, decreased inflammation, increased tensile strength of tendon/ligament and a return to function.

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Canine Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy accelerates healing and improves the repair, regeneration, and remodeling of tissue in dogs. Laser Therapy employs deep-penetrating light to promote a chain of chemical reactions known as photobiomodulation. This process helps relieve pain through the release of endorphins stimulating injured cells to heal at an accelerated pace.

Zink-Notley Equine Solutions & Consulting offers alternative therapies for both horses and dogs. Our non-invasive, side effect free options are fast and effective for treatment of pain relief, injuries and sports conditioning.

We come to you! No need to load up your trailer or drag your pup to the dreaded clinic. We work directly with your veterinarian to treat many different conditions in the convenience of your home and/or barn. 

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Acupoint Laser Therapy

Acupoint Laser Therapy is an alternative treatment to traditional needle acupuncture. This non-invasive technique uses laser stimulation to excite precise points on the body, the same points used in traditional acupuncture, to activate their functions, and affect deep tissue layers.

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BEMER Horse-Set

The BEMER Horse-Set is an FDA registered medical device and the most revolutionary and innovative technology to support your horse's health, injury recovery, well-being and performance.

BEMER is scientifically proven with no negative side effects, non-invasive and thus safe to use. As a result, the horse's body can work more efficiently to heal itself, and feel more energetic.

BEMER is an FEI approved supportive therapy.

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Kinesiology Taping

Kinesiology Tape can be used as either a sole or adjunctive treatment in equine and small animal therapy, helping to reduce and control pain, manage swelling and edema, increase joint range of motion, and improve muscle function.

Kinesiology Tape microscopically lifts the skin away from the muscle and fascia below, creating a decompressive effect and helps maintain a level of functionality and comfort for the animal throughout injury rehabilitation.

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Stretching

Stretching is one of the best preventative measures you can take to avoid injury. Stiffness can result in injury, leading to inactivity, and eventually speed up the aging of the musculoskeletal system. By increasing your horse’s suppleness and elasticity, you can greatly reduce the risk of pulled muscles or tendons. Proper stretching can appropriately lengthen contracted muscles and extend them to their proper position, taking stress off of the joint, improving circulation and relieving pain, inflammation, and muscle spasms.

Strength & Rehab 

Programs

Strength, power, and endurance are the three major components of any athlete's goal. These components are imperative to achieve your competitive goals, but more importantly to prevent your teammate from injury. The particular sport or competition in which your horse is involved will decipher the primary training requirement of the muscles (i.e. for power or for endurance). Your strength training program will be based on knowledge of the movements and muscular actions involved to simulate the range and speed of motion used in that sport or competition.

 

ABOUT US

At Zink-Notley Equine Solutions & Consulting we are dedicated to achieving the ultimate outcome for every patient, whether the focus is conditioning, maintenance or rehabilitation. We offer state-of-the-art portable services to meet the needs of both equine athletes across all disciplines and dogs whose owners are looking to improve their performance or comfort levels at home. We work directly with veterinarians and trainers to create customizable programs that are personalized to the needs of the individual animal.

Trista has a lifetime of experience with animals, but her passion lies with horses and dogs. She graduated from Montana State University with a degree in Animal Science with an emphasis on Equine Sciences. She has added to her experience as a Certified Animal Cold Laser Practitioner and Veterinary Medical Laser Safety Officer. Previously, Trista worked in both small and large animal veterinary hospitals and rehab centers as a veterinary technician, therapist assistant and hospital manager.

Trista grew up showing both horses and dogs. She started competing in the equestrian industry at the age of 4 and has competed in many different disciplines at a national and international level in events such as hunter/jumpers, stock horse shows, cow horse events and rodeo. This gives her the knowledge and experience to know what it takes to maintain and rehabilitate all different levels of equine athletes.

 

As a child, Trista also competed in the Jack Russel Terrier trials; competing in conformation, go to ground, racing, agility and super earth. Her dogs are her world and understands how hard it can be to see them age, she takes great pride in helping all canines not only recover from injuries but remain as pain free as possible through their senior years.

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Email: info@equinesolutionsandconsulting.com
Tel:  386.279.8152

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The veterinary information on this site is provided as an information resource only, and is not to be used or relied on for any diagnostic or treatment purposes. This information does not create any patient-physician relationship, and should not be used as a substitute for professional diagnosis and treatment.

Please consult your veterinary provider before making any veterinary care decisions or for guidance about a specific medical condition. Zink-Notley Equine Solutions & Consulting expressly disclaims responsibility, and accepts no liability, for damages, loss, injury, or liability whatsoever, as a result of your reliance on the information contained in this site.