Hippotherapy: Using Equine Movement in Clinical Practice

Debbie Silkwood-Sherer, Deborah Silkwood-Sherer

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This video was developed through the media department of the Hebert H. and Grace A. Dow College of Health Professions at Central Michigan University with a grant from the American Quarter Horse Foundation. The narrative and design of the video is the work of Debbie Silkwood‐Sherer PT, DHSc, HPCS, Kathy Splinter‐Watkins OTR, Tim Shurtleff, OTR, OTD, and Sarah Pictor PT, PCS. All four developers are faculty members in physical therapy and occupational therapy programs. The concept behind the video was to provide all students in physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech language pathology and assistant programs with a correct understanding of the concept of hippotherapy as a treatment strategy to improve function in individuals with neuromuscular disorders.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - 1800
EventHippotherapy: Using Equine Movement in Clinical Practice - Mount Pleasant
Duration: Jan 1 1800 → …


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