Current Equine Therapy provides full-service therapy and we want to be your one-stop for all your equine therapy needs. "we work closely with your veterinarian and ferrier as needed."
We will be happy to address all your horse-related concerns and answer all your questions.
A happy healthy pain-free animal is what we strive to accomplish here at Current Equine Therapy. Lynn has the skills to help you and your horse in their time of need.
Mobilization And Range Of Motion Techniques Service
We are excited to offer a variety of services and packages that utilize myofascial work, deep tissue, microcurrent, and thermography scanning, relaxation, and relief of pain and tension. We provide a professional blend of client-specific techniques that may include deep tissue, myofascial, trigger point, stretching, and energy work.
Manual therapy includes a hands-on postural, pain and mobility assessment. The treatment addresses soft tissue and joint restrictions, including myofascial release, deep tissue work, spine and extremity mobilization utilizing release techniques.
The Equine Leg Saver is a wonderful addition to treating lameness, and stiffness, easing arthritis, address infections and general health issues in the horse. Microcurrent attacks inflammation at a cellular level for accelerated healing and provides significant results. This device uses ting point electrotherapy, a holistic, multi-frequency method to treat the area of injury by affecting the body's own electrical pathways. It is very well tolerated by the horse and cost-effective.
All Our Clients Receive The Following Benefits:
Lynn offers industry-leading techniques to her clients. She educates you about which services would be best and will work closely with your veterinarian and ferrier when needed.
Lynn has over 30 years experience in the field of rehabilitation, and her training and experience will yield results.
“Lynn Bankston has been extremely instrumental in helping my horse return to work from an idiopathic front left shoulder and leg lameness that we have struggled with for over a year. My horse’s shoulders were extremely tight and he had adapted an odd gait. I was ready to give up riding and just retire him. Once Lynn started therapy ...Read more
“I feel so blessed to have found Lynn! I have been using her services for over a year now and they have brought new life and possibilities to me and my equine partner. My dressage Morgan is 26 years young and is still moving well, dare I say it, for his age. However, he still has some stiffness and reduced movement in his joints. I st ...Read more
“Lynn has a very unique combination of skills. She not only has excellent manual therapy skills for people, she also understands the horse and is able to similarly use those skills to work on the horses. I find her very personable and caring. She has worked on me as well as on my horses for 10 plus years. She has been able to keep me ...Read more
“Lynn has done both work on me and my 20 year old gelding who is working PSG. I had her work on my horse several times before I thought to have her work on me. I saw significant improvements after just one session with her. She has also given me exercises to do both for myself and for my horse, so that I know I will continue to improv ...Read more
“Lynn has been doing microcurrent and body work on horses at our barn for well over a year. It has made a tremendous difference in how they are moving. Lynn’s knowledge is extensive. She understands how all the parts fits together and move together. I truly recommend giving her a chance to help your horses be as comfortable as the ...Read more
Review by Tina B. I purchased my horse at 6 years old. We did well for the first five years but eventually we were injecting his front feet, hocks, and stifles. That worked for a few years but I was not happy injecting so much cortisone and so often. Then the injections didnt seem to last at all, not even a year! I could not train ...Read more