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Photonic Red Light Therapy course at Biltmore Estate

Published 2:52pm Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Dianne Jenkins will present an information and demonstration evening on Photonic Red Light at Redgate Farm in Tryon on Wednesday, April 18 at 6 p.m.

Photogenic Red Light Therapy

This evening will follow a five-day course, April 13-17, at the Biltmore Estate associated with the presentation. Photonic Red Light Therapy studies the integration of traditional Chinese medicine practice with science using a modern and safe technology, Jenkins said.

As Photonic Red Light Therapy is complementary to veterinary medicine and all other known therapies, the course attracts professional students, veterinarians, physical therapists, human and equine massage therapists, chiropractors, farriers and dentists.

Horse owners, trainers and horse caregivers who wish to broaden their skills to support equine health can also benefit from this demonstration.

Students learn gait analysis, reading the equine body, strategies for emergency first aid – shock, colic and bleeding control – and protocols for movement dysfunction and a number of systemic conditions.

A guided externship/field work is then undertaken post course for certification.

– article submitted by Dianne Jenkins

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