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  • Tierisch bewegt | Ganzheitliche Tiertherapie Michelle Santy | Sulzbach-Rosenberg

    Welcome! Physiotherapy and chiropractic are well-known forms of therapy in human medicine. They have become essential to treating orthopedic medical conditions. It stands to reason that what is good for us humans is also good for our animals. Just like us, they have tension, stiffness and pain. Manual therapies such as physiotherapy and chiropractic help your pet move painlessly and with more joy. With my mobile practice, I come to your home or the stable and treat your animal individually, tailored to its needs. Contact News European Pet Pharmacy ​ ​ I am now a partner of European Pet Pharmacy. The Swedish company produces supplements for dogs in food quality and completely without fillers that can cause problems for allergy sufferers. Whether young or old, osteoarthritis patient or active athlete, there is something for everyone. ​ Click here to come to the European Pet Pharmacy shop. our_services Physical Therapy More info Chiropractic More info Leech Therapy More info Naturopathic advisory More info Acupuncture More info Canine Athlete Care More info Horsetraining and Riding Lessons More info Seminars for Pet Owners More info When does my pet need physiotherapy? Animals can compensate for minor stiffness and tension. Regular checks prevent small problems from becoming big ones. This way injuries as well as premature joint or tendon wear can be prevented. Prevention in young, working and sport animals Kontakt ​Email: Tel: 0151-14863160 Michelle Santy 1:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Saturday ​ Sunday emergencies only telephone availability If I cannot be reached by phone, I am very likely in session with a patient. You are welcome to leave a message or send an e-mail and I will contact you as soon as possible. Alternatively, you can also use the contact form. Contact I have read the Privacy Policy note. I have read the privacy policy and I agree to it. Submit Thanks very much! Very pleasant manner and a lot of knowledge Great work. Horse has relaxed nicely and it has become permanently more supple - Nathalie S. My older horse benefits so much from the treatment and there are also great training tips and something to learn! - Nannette W. - Sabrina W.

  • Chiropraktik | Tierisch bewegt

    Chiropractic Chiropractic deals primarily with dysfunctions or subluxations of the joints, especially the spine. Horses and dogs each have over 50 vertebrae. Between each of these vertebrae there are not only joints, but also exit points for nerves. A spinal subluxation can affect the nervous system and consequently also internal organs. In addition, joint dysfunctions lead to a restriction in mobility. In chiropractic I treat functional disorders of the joints. This means that the full range of motion is limited or not present at all. As a chiropractor, I give a targeted thrust to the dysfunctional unit in order to restore mobility.

  • Doggy Workout | Tierisch bewegt

    Welcome to the doggy workout! Sport is murder, right? No of course not. On the contrary, sport - or let's say exercise - is life. A body that is moving and trained in some way is more resilient and generally healthier. In physiotherapy there are many exercises that strengthen the animal's body and thus prevent various orthopedic diseases. On this page, May and I show you the basics of muscle work and various exercises that you can easily do at home. Warm-Up Equipment Exercises Targettraining Types of Muscle Activity Warm-Up Before we get started... The most important thing first, of course: W arming up . The warm-up is often forgotten or kept too short, unfortunately also in dog sports. Regardless of whether it is a horse or a dog, the regular warm-up should always last at least 10 to 15 minutes. In particularly cold temperatures, at least 20 minutes are recommended! When warming up, muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints and the cardiovascular system are prepared for the upcoming workload and thus the risk of injury is significantly reduced. If you don't warm up your animal, you risk tendon damage, joint wear and tear and other injuries. Warm up your dogs before you exercise them. You don't have to think of a specific warm-up program. It's best if you just do these fitness exercises directly after a proper walk. Otherwise, these well-intended fitness exercises can quickly pose a risk of injury. Do I need equipment for the doggy workout? And which balance pad is best for my dog? A balance cushion/pad is actually required for a few of the exercises. Right from the start I would like to say that you don't have to spend a lot of money and buy the K9 Fitbone, for example, to do the exercises with your dog. In fact, in some cases, a slightly firmer couch cushion may suffice. The balance pads that can be bought from discounters are also completely sufficient and our dogs don't care at all. It is important to get advice beforehand, by the attending physiotherapist. The degree of hardness or the filling quantity always depends on the respective dog. If he has difficulty just standing on it or if he trembles in a tour, it is too difficult for him. The size and weight of the dog also plays a role in which pillow is suitable. A Chihuahua will do very well on a firm foam cushion, but a German Shepherd can struggle if the muscles are weak. Feel free to talk to me about it, then we can find the balance pad together that is best suited for your dog. ​ ​ I would like to address one more topic, although I am not a dog trainer. I recommend that you start target training with your dog . What is target training? The dog learns to touch an object with its nose or paw. On the one hand, this makes it easier to work with the balance cushion, and on the other hand, the exercise becomes cleaner. A target can serve as a boundary, for example if the front paws should remain stationary while the rest of the body moves. A good example is exercise 1. In the video you can see that May's paws don't come off her target. Just talk to your dog trainer about it. They can show you how to teach your dog to do this. Equipment Targettraining Types of Muscle Activity muscle work Isotonic muscle work During isotonic muscle work, there is a change in muscle length while the tension in the muscle remains the same. That is, with this type of muscle work, we see movement in the body. We distinguish between two types of isotonic work. 1. The Concentric Muscle Contraction In the first section of the video, I show you the concentric contraction of the biceps. Here the muscle shortens, I can lift the dumbbell. 2. Eccentric muscle contraction In the second section of the video, you can see the eccentric contraction of the biceps. Muscle length increases and I slowly think my arm. Without the eccentric muscle work, my arm would snap down. Isometric muscle work As you can see, you see nothing. In isometric muscle work, muscle length stays the same while tension varies. That is, with this type of muscle contraction, we do not see any movement in the body. Isometric muscle work is holding work. When we ask our dog to withstand lateral pressure, or our horse to hold its head in one position for a long period of time, that is isometric muscle work. Now, in my case, to increase the tension in my biceps, a second person could try to push my hand down. But what you have to keep in mind: just because you can't see anything doesn't mean that this type of muscle work is less strenuous. It's quite the opposite. Try it yourself. Take a weight, water bottle, whatever you have and hold it in a bent position so your biceps work isometrically. Well, how long can you hold that? The doggy workout can start! You can find all exercises here More exercises are coming soon. Exercises Exercise 1 Sit-stand alternation Exercise 2 seat-stand change dw 3 go backwards.mp4 DW- hold back in front.mp4 Exercise 5 back pressure Exercise 6 balance cushions in front dw 5 rear.mp4 dw 8 paw.mp4

  • Über mich | Tierisch bewegt

    About me ​ My passion for animals made me decide to become an animal physiotherapist. I grew up mainly with cats, later also with the first family dog, the golden retriever Rusty. Riding has been my favorite hobby since I was allowed to start at the age of 11. I started as a show jumper and after a few years I mutated into a dressage freak. In the meantime, I particularly enjoy working with young horses or correction horses. Since 2020, the shepherd lady May has enriched my life and together we venture into the world of dog sports, from agility to canicross. In April 2022 a little surprise tumbled into my life and Cody the Cocker Spaniel moved in. Due to a growth disorder that led to a luxating patella, several veterinarians wanted to euthanize him. I was convinced that he could be helped and I took him in without further ado. Together, the two ensure that I never get bored. ​ Primary and Further Education ​ The knowledge I have learned and the manual techniques enable me to increase the well-being of the animal and give it more joy in movement. I always enjoy seeing positive changes in my patients. That's why I'm always trying to acquire new knowledge, whether through specialist literature or attending seminars. ​ 2016 - 2018: Studies in animal physiotherapy for horses and dogs at the Academy for Animal Naturopathy (ATM) 2017-2018: Studies chiropractic for horses and dogs at the ATM 2019-2021: Qualification course to become a horse specialist at the European Horse Academy 2020- : Studies in acupuncture and naturopathy for horses, dogs and cats at the ATM 2020- : Studies in dog sport sciences at the ATM ​ 06/09/2018: The Tellington TTouch method basic course with Skara Günther 05/30/2019: Seminar on leech therapy with Georg Moser (animal therapy center) 26.10.-27.10.2019: Dry needling for horses with Dr. re. of course Jeanette Rudolph (Vetwissen) August 2nd, 2020: Kinesio taping for horses with Esther Weber-Voigt 08/27/2020: Kinesio taping for dogs with Dr. Sabine Mai (Dogtisch Academy) January 2021: Webinar "Active Training in Physiotherapy" with Carmen Heritier March 18th, 2021: Webinar "Little moppel - overweight animals" with veterinarian Nina Blaschke 03/30/2021 and 04/06/2021: Webinar "Understanding X-ray images" with veterinarian Kim Übermuth 13.11.-14.11.2021: VetScreen laboratory basic seminar 01/13/2022: "Athletes as lifesavers - rescue dogs in prevention and therapy" with veterinarian Dr Juliane Waas February 12-13, 2022: VetScreen laboratory advanced seminar April 2022: Naturopathy consultant for dogs with Paulina Adamczyk (Dogtisch Akademie) November 14, 2020: Participation in the 3rd Animal Physiotherapists Conference with specialist lectures on mycotherapy, cupping therapy, trigger point treatment, physio-riding and orthopedic acupuncture German Riding Badge of the KL. IV German lunging badge of the KL. V Assistant trainer in mass riding

  • Lab Work | Tierisch bewegt

    Laboratory Testing Diarrhea, itching and hair loss. Sometimes proven home remedies or the emergency medication from the last vet visit help with these symptoms. But sometimes, especially in chronic conditions, nothing seems to help anymore. The laboratory diagnostic examination can shed light on this. ​ ​ ​ Blood Tests Most pet owners are familiar with the large or small blood panel. These provide an overview of the current status. It is important to note that this is a snapshot and the results can change very quickly at any time. Furthermore, specific tests such as the ACTH levels in horses with Cushing's disease or certain hormones can be checked using a blood sample. Allergy tests are also possible. ​ ​ Fecal Examinations The stool sample is an important tool in the parasitological examination (worms, giardia). It is also necessary to monitor the intestinal flora. Are there enough "good" bacteria, or are there already too many "bad" ones? The pH value, fungi, viruses and bacteria can also be detected. In horses, you can also check the sand content in the horse's intestines to prevent sand colic. In dogs, on the other hand, pancreatic elastase can be examined to determine pancreatic insufficiency. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Skin and Hair examinations With the help of mucous membrane swabs, various bacteria and fungi as well as viruses can be detected. Hair and skin scrapings and swabs help identify external bacterial, fungal or parasitic infestations. A coat mineral analysis shows whether there are deficiencies over a longer period of time or whether there has been a prolonged exposure to toxins. Urinalysis The urine can also be tested for pH and bacteria. A urine sample can help diagnose diabetes or kidney or liver failure, but can also provide evidence of kidney tumors. ​ ​ Here is the current price list from Vetscreen: ​ There is also a processing fee of 10-15€ and shipping costs. If an appointment is only made to collect samples, there are additional costs for time and travel.

  • Naturopathic Consultation | Tierisch bewegt

    Naturopathic consultation - Healing with nature's help At the moment I am still partly in training! Naturopathy has been with us for a very long time. As early as the Middle Ages, people knew that certain plants could help against diseases or inflammation. Today we have a huge variety of products that we can use to support our animals. Please consider that naturopathy does not replace modern medicine! Phytotherapy Or also: healing with herbs. It is probably the most common natural healing method. Who hasn't had chamomile tea for a stomach ache? I would be happy to consult you on the herbs you can use for your horse or dog. ​ Mycotherapy A very special branch of naturopathy is that of medicinal mushrooms. Due to their ingredients, they are able to have a supportive effect on a wide variety of diseases. Medicinal mushrooms are also used in traditional Chinese medicine. ​ ​ Aromatherapy Essential oils not only smell good, they also have a firm position in naturopathy. The oils can already be absorbed through the skin, even better through the nasal mucosa. From here they can influence the entire organism. The effects range from anti-inflammatory to antipruritic to calming. Homeopathy Homeopathy is a very complex science in itself and is not my area of expertise. In addition, it is restricted by the new Veterinary Drugs Act in its application to animals. That's why I limit myself accordingly to the heel ad. us. vet products at a homeopathic consultation.

  • Bioresonanz | Tierisch bewegt

    Leech therapy These little bloodsuckers are now also part of my therapy toolbox. Leeches have been used for therapeutic purposes for hundreds of years. The reason: the many active substances in the leech's saliva, including hirudin and calin. Blood clotting is inhibited and the blood vessels expand. The blood circulation is stimulated, there is a gentle bloodletting, the lymph flow is improved. Leech treatment takes an average of 30 minutes, but bleeding can last up to 12 hours. ​ Important for treatment: leeches are a bit fussy and sensitive and don't just bite everyone. Shampoos, fly sprays, tick remedies, but also antibiotics and other drugs in the patient's blood can interfere with the treatment. Therefore, such agents or medications should not be used for at least 48 hours before treatment. ​ Leeches can be used for many issues, including tendon injuries, hip dysplasia, laminitis, nerve inflammation, spondylosis, osteoarthritis and patellar dislocations.

  • Physiotherapie | Tierisch bewegt

    Physical Therapy In physiotherapy, the entire musculoskeletal system with muscles, tendons, ligaments, connective tissue and joints is considered. All of these individual units are networked with one another and form a complex mechanism. Even the smallest tension or joint issue can lead to major dysfunctions. Affected animals often show a limited range of motion and ability to perform and/or a reduced general well-being. I work almost exclusively with my hands and use various massage and mobilization techniques. But every animal is different and every disease requires different therapeutic approaches and so different devices are included. Physiotherapy offer classic massage active and passive mobilization Muscle building and active exercise therapy Gait training and proprioception training Magnetic field therapy Electro therapy Laser therapy Dry needling for horses Kinesio taping Moor wraps Novafon Treatment of neurological failures Tellington TTouches and body straps

  • Akupunktur | Tierphysiotherapie Michelle Santy | Sulzbach-Rosenberg

    Acupuncture is part of ancient Chinese medicine. It is based on the principle that there are different channels in the body through which the life energy Qi flows. If the flow of energy is disturbed, the body can no longer work properly. The patient gets sick. By placing thin needles, acupressure (with the hands), lasers or similar tools, the flow of energy can be improved again. Although the musculoskeletal system can also be supported, other illnesses can also be treated in this way, often also those where Western medicine reaches its limits. The goal is to treat the body as a whole and bring it back into balance. The animals enjoy it and sometimes relax as well. To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key. Acupuncture (from the end of 2022)

  • Sporthundebetreuung | Tierisch bewegt

    Today there is a wide variety of dog sports that dog owners can choose between. But no matter what sport is to be practiced, the dog must not be harmed. To ensure this, the dog must be suitable for its sport and it must be physically prepared. As part of the sports dog care, the actual condition of the dog is evaluated, including an exterior assessment (is my dog built for the respective sport?) and willingness to perform, as well as the training supervised. A training plan is created to match this, with exercises for muscle building and / or conditioning training and / or coordination training, adapted to the sporting requirements. Sports dog care (from mid-2022)

  • Preise | Tierisch bewegt

    Preise Hier findet ihr die aktuellen Preise. Bitte beachtet, dass bei Nichteinhalten der Termine ohne Absage bis zu 24 Stunden vor dem Termin, der Preise in voller Höhe bezahlt werden muss. Dies gilt nicht in Krankheitsfällen bei Mensch oder Tier. Physio-Chiro treatment Physiotherapy and chiropractic are combined here to achieve the best possible effect. Erstbehandlung Pferd _cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ 110€ ​ Nachbehandlung Pferd _cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ €80 ​ Erstbehandlung Hund _cc781905-5cde- 65€ ​ Nachbehandlung Hund _cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ 45€ Contact Kinesio taping A tape system supports the physiotherapeutic treatment. Pro Taping Anlage _cc781905-5cde -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ 5-15€ Contact courses From a minimum of 8 participants Bis 15 Personen _cc781905-5cde -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_ 15€ ​ ​ Ab 15 Personen _cc781905-5cde -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_ 10€ ​ Contact cards If your animal needs long-term care, you can save costs with post-treatment cards. 5er Karte Hund _cc781905-5cde -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_ 195€ ​ 10er Karte Hund _cc781905-5cde -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ 385€ ​ 5er Karte Pferd _cc781905-5cde -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_ 350€ ​ Contact Active movement training horse You can choose between riding lessons under biomechanical aspects or therapeutic training or hand training Pro Einheit _cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ _cc781905-5cde-3194 -bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ 20€ Contact special prices I offer special prices for school and therapy horses. Erstbehandlung Schulpferd 75€ ​ ​ Post-treatment for school horses 55€ _d04a07d8-9cd1-323d-6cd1-323d-2039-97139 Contact leech therapy A leech treatment lasts from 30 minutes upwards. The number of leeches used will vary depending on the size of the problem and also the patient Behandlungspreis _cc781905-5cde-3194 -bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ 65€ ​ ​ Preis prop Blutegel _cc781905-5cde -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ 10€ _d04a07d8-9cd1-3239- 9149-20813d6c673b_ Contact ride costs The first 10 km are included in the treatment. pro 10 weitere gefahrene _cc781905- 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_5€ kilometre Contact Zeitlich begrenzte Sonderpreise Bis zu meiner Prüfung biete ich Akupunkturbehandlungen zu einem vergünstigten Preis an. Die vollständige Anamanese, Diagnose und anschließende Behandlung dauert bis zu 120 Minuten. Erstbehandlung Akupunktur 45€ ​ ​ Nachbehandlung Akupunktur 30€ ​ Kontakt

  • Reitunterricht und Pferdetraining | Tierisch bewegt

    The goal of every rider should be to have a supple horse that enjoys working with the rider. And preferably for many years. In order to achieve this goal, the horse must move freely under the rider and be ridden without force or coercion. Today's strong focus on a beautiful head posture and extravagant gaits unfortunately wrecks the horses too early. When a horse really carries itself, it lifts its chest between the shoulder blades and seeks connection on its own. For this to happen, the horse must have time to build up its muscles, it must not be hindered by excessive hand pressure and it must develop a good body feeling. In my riding lessons and horse training (from the saddle or ground) I introduce you to the biomechanical background of riding and help you develop more feeling for your horse, as well as teaching the horse to carry itself healthily under the rider. Horse training and riding lessons

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