Promises Kept Equine Rehabilitation

Find My Horses Presents: Promises Kept Equine Rehabilitation


Morgan Billings Lmt Esmt
Promises Kept Equine Rehabilitation

Benefits for massage and all other Modalities, Increase blood flow, helps with Biomechanics in riding, Prevent injuries, helps improve horses performance, Decrease Swelling, Stops Colic, enhances muscle memory, Helps heal Scar tissue, I can help with saddle fitting and rehabilitation for horse and rider.

  • Massage Therapy
  • Red Light Therapy
  • Summer and Winter Classes Available


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  1. I cannot even begin to put into words how grateful I am to have met Morgan Billings Lmt Esmt, and how grateful Outlaw must be. He is 19 years old and has been showing outward symptoms of pain for about the last 6 years. Those symptoms include lack of balance when moving, lack of willingness to move, dragging hind toes, and the most severe being aggressive behavior in the way of extreme ear pinning and biting at his chest when touched around the girth and chest area. Treatment plans have included being seen by multiple Equine vets, scoping for ulcers (results negative), medication for non-existent ulcer (just in case), and chiropractic care. All of these professional's had wonderful insights and suggestions, but nothing worked. He was still very uncomfortable. When Morgan came out, she literally had him diagnosed in about 2 minutes and within the following 5 minutes of her working on him, his eyes finally softened and relaxed for the first time in 6 years. After 3 visits, he now leans into her hands during the massage and anyone can now approach and rub and pat all over him with no negative reaction. I am over joyed that this guy is finally on the road to being pain free without any medication. If you ever suspect that something just isn't right with your horse, don't give up on searching for someone who will finally figure it out. The horse is always telling us something and it's up to us to listen. Not any one of us or any one professional can know everything, and that it why it is so important as a horse owner to build a network and don't just stop and accept the first explanation. I hate that Outlaw has suffered these past 6 years (and probably longer), but I never gave up and I now have another awesome horse professional to add to my network. Thank you Morgan!
  2. Morgan knows her field and will patiently explain every aspect of her treatments.

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