Post Surgical Care and Injury Rehabilitation
Surgical Care and Injury Rehabilitation
Horse Boarding & Short Term Vacation Boarding
Located in De Soto, KS, the facility is a
family owned farm that has been specializing in geriatric and
special needs horse boarding for over 35 years. Full time on-site
care and a relaxed atmosphere assist in the recovery process.
Proper Rehabilitation Promotes Healing
and Minimizes Re-Injury
Following veterinarian prescribed protocols,
Ohmes Equine Services provides the know-how and creates the conditions
for optimal healing and strengthening.
As a former upper level event rider, Jennifer has
successfully rehabilitated injuries and has experience with preventative
care and treatment of sport horses.
Ohmes Equine Services offers the necessary care and services in an
environment that many horse owners are not able to provide due to time
constraints, facility restrictions or lack of experience.
Continued administration of fluids and/or
needed after hospitalization.
severity and location determine the care and therapies necessary.
Special attention is required for infection prevention, proper
medication and bandaging application. Additional therapies can aid
in circulation, decrease inflammation and stimulate cells to promote
Boots/Cold Water Therapy Boots
swelling/inflammation. Provides analgesic effect. Inhibits
degenerative enzyme production to help prevent further soft tissue
Low level laser therapy is a painless
treatment that uses clinically tested wavelengths of light to
stimulate natural biological processes leading to faster healing and
pain relief. Stimulates drainage from lymphatic system. Reduces
stiffness to increase range of motion.
Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF)
PEMF uses pulsing magnetic fields, developed by pulsing a
small amount of battery current through coils of wire. PEMF
jump-starts biological cellular reactions aiding in decreased
inflammation, increased circulation and pain reduction. Treatment
for conditions from foot to knee.
Veterinarian Prescribed Protocols
rehabilitation promotes healing and minimizes
rest, hand walking and restricted turn out are important
veterinarian recommendations after surgery and for various injuries.
Eventual under saddle rehab is required to properly return the horse
to work. Our goal is to assist the horse physically, mentally and
emotionally during the recovery process for the best possible
Our goal is to assist the horse physically, mentally and emotionally
the recovery process for the best possible results.