Last week Stormy was incredibly lame. It looked like he’d injured his right stifle (hind leg). It was so bad that I feared a possible torn ligament. I started analgesic therapy immediately. Stormy said he slipped outside, and I saw/felt him in a creek.
Luckily, the local vet was coming the next day. He concurred that it was his right stifle.
I made plans to take Stormy to an equine clinic for radiographs and ultrasound. I started vibrational remedies and color therapy right away along with using a zero point energy wand to promote healing.
Because his turn out was limited, I hand-grazed him for 45 minutes each day.
I arrived at the clinic anxious to assess the damage and add whatever traditional medicine was appropriate. Unexpectedly, Stormy was sound. I attributed an adrenaline effect to his remarkable improvement knowing full well the wand, remedies and colors had contributed as well.
I was impressed with the vet immediately. The radiographs looked good, which was a relief. The ultrasound showed any old injury in his cartilage, but his ligament was okay creating a huge sigh of relief. The vet switched Stormy to corticosteroids, both orally and topically with another two weeks of rest.
While the vet examined Stormy, I mentioned what I did for a living. He admitted to being skeptical, but in a manner that showed curiosity. I explained what I’d been doing for Stormy therapeutically. He looked surprised and asked why I came to him. I told him I wanted all traditional medicine had to offer too, especially it’s imaging techniques.
Having been a pharmacist, I’m open to all forms of healing. I combine whatever is necessary to achieve a successful outcome. I want the best of traditional, vibrational and spiritual healing, which I believe are not mutually exclusive.
Before we departed, I offered to work with an animal for him. He asked me to help his tech’s dog who is terrified of gun shots. I smiled at the universe’s orchestration. Thanks to Stormy, the tech’s dog will get help and become a teacher for this wonderful, yet skeptical, equine vet. I rest much easier knowing an excellent vet is only an hour away from Stormy, but enough already….
HAPPY THANKSGIVING to everyone!