Alternatives in Physical Therapy - Equine and Human Divisions | Magna Wave PEMF
  • August 23, 2017

Alternatives in Physical Therapy – Equine and Human Divisions

Alternatives in Physical Therapy – Equine and Human Divisions

SERVICES OFFERED Reducing pain and soreness to promote healing, comfort, and movement will help to improve performance and stress levels in you and or your equine partner or pet. Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Frequency (PEMF) machines produce pulsating magnetic fields that are intermittently applied to the body where injury, weakness, or soreness occurs. Magnetic fields are used to generate cellular energy at the molecular level to promote cellular normalization. This increased energy helps bodies heal and regain cellular balance. The Magna Wave PEMF is delivered through coils and attachments placed on the body to increase blood oxygen and reduce inflammation to help your horse move more freely. Using trigger points, it can also be used to reduce stress and anxiety. Magna Wave is used treat horses, small animals and humans with great success. “The improvement in my mare’s movement and mood has been incredible. Since starting PEMF therapy, she is more comfortable, pleasant, and able to perform at a higher level.”To schedule appointment please call 413-221-4956 or email alternativesinequinetherapy@gmail.com Human Fees: Contact for insurance and payment information Equine Fees: $30 per 15 minute session

Practitioners


Julie Ann Costello

Julie Costello holds a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified personal trainer. Julie has been riding horses for over 40 years and showing Morgans for the last 15 years. Now treating a limited number of new patients

Thomas Bianco

Tom Bianco a licensed physical therapist for over 25 years, specializing in cranial sacral therapy, visceral manipulation, chronic pain, and exercise prescription for patients of all ages, has now added an equine division to his practice. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Springfield College, his private practice is located in Western Massachusetts.
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