A Consumer’s Guide to Alternative Therapies in the Horse

A Consumer’s Guide to Alternative Therapies in the Horse

A Consumer’s Guide to Alternative Therapies in the Horse

Consumer’s Guide to Alternative Therapies in the Horse
A Consumer’s Guide to Alternative Therapies in the Horse D.W. Ramey, DVM. Howell Bookhouse, New York, NY. 1999.
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OK, once you get past the glowing newspaper articles and the non-critical reports in horse journals, you’re left with one important fact about “alternative” medicine for horses:  there’s no scientific support for it.  This book reveals the facts behind a number of “alternative” practices, facts that may conflict with the misinformation that’s been put out there.  It’ll make you think!

One thought on “A Consumer’s Guide to Alternative Therapies in the Horse

  1. dina

    Same as with human medicine. Not sure what the driver is for people to want to use treatments for which there is no data . . . Bee stings for multiple sclerosis etc. and this is even less regulated in veterinary medicine. Personally, I want placebo controlled randomized clinical trial data . . .

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