I have been incorporating The Masterson Method into my work as a veterinary chiropractor {with both horses and dogs} since 2018. Jim’s methods of working with the horse, using light contact, slow movements, holding contact and waiting on releases from the horse is a beneficial and beautiful way to partner with the horse. I find that incorporating the Masterson Method complements my work and helps the horse’s body to eliminate the muscle imbalances and compensatory fixations caused by underlying subluxations. When the muscle imbalances are reduced, a lower level of physical exertion is required from the practitioner. “When less is more,” it’s a win-win for both horse and veterinary chiropractor. ~ Robin Robinett, DVM, Veterinary Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Clinic, PC