I had a grade A 14’2 qualified for Millstreet and it was my daughters last year on ponies when she had a tendon injury on her front fore. We took her to Equine Hospital in Hillsborough and they put her off for a year after they scanned her.
Someone recommended Joan to me I had no idea what she did but I was willing to try anything to get my pony back. The bow was very obvious to see when the leg was shaved. The first session took about an hour and looked very simple . She used a light pen on the tendon only for a few minutes. I was amazed with the results the next day the bow was nearly gone. The second session was a week later and it was similar and took about 40 minutes. The third session was two weeks later. We went back to vet for another scan and there was noticeable improvement and the vet passed her to return to work two months later.
Thanks to Joan and her Kinesiology.