Before I found Lindsay, I had tried several equine body workers and vets in an attempt to help identify and resolve a hind end lameness that showed up in one of my horses a few months after a riding accident. He wasn’t lame, exactly, but he had developed a habit of excessive rubbing of his hind end, particularly the area of his pelvis on both sides. Most everyone I consulted pretty much just shrugged and walked away after a treatment or two, either giving up on diagnosis or not even trying to diagnose the source of his problems. I was in the process of trying to find a Masterson Method practitioner in another attempt to figure out and solve what was going on, but had trouble scheduling with the one I found down in Colorado. Then I saw Lindsay’s flier at a local feed store and gave her a call. It was the best thing I’ve ever done for my horse. She has now been working on him regularly for several months, and not only has she made a huge difference for him, and she's given me quite an education! What has made her successful when others couldn’t help is her endless curiosity and willingness to look beyond what she might already know, to go down “rabbit holes” following educated hunches, in order to figure out what is going on. I am enormously grateful for Lindsay’s knowledge, skill, and determination, and I consider myself lucky to have found her. Plus, my horse loves her. - Nell Hanley, Laramie, WY
L-M Bodywork Services does an outstanding job. She’s meticulous and thorough with her work. I have a 7yo thoroughbred that has injured himself too many times to count, and she’s been able to help him in ways I didn’t recognize were possible. She understands underlying issues and is quick to recommend others’ opinions and work (vets, dentists, etc) when appropriate. Her education is above and beyond any other equine body worker I’ve experienced. She shares knowledge and exercises with owners to allow us to better understand and help our four-legged best friends. The time and dedication she puts towards her business is astonishing, and it shows in her work. My horse loves her and her work; she will always be the first person I call. - Kelly Meadlo, Laramie, WY
L-M Bodywork Services, LLC does not constitute as or replace veterinary care. Diagnosis, treatment and management of concerns, illnesses and injuries will not be given. Horses needing veterinary care will be sent for veterinary approval before bodywork or therapeutic services occur. Bodywork complements farriery, training, and management of horses. In some cases, it can be beneficial for rehabilitation but veterinary care is required first.