We are Bald Peak Equine and specialize in rehabilitation and foaling services for equines in Newberg Oregon. We have been in operation since 1995. We limit the number of horses in therapy to ensure we can dedicate enough time for each horse in our care.
503-319-4568 or 503-319-2507
Hydrotherapy uses the buoyancy of water to allow horses to walk/trot with a more normal gate while taking the stress off their joints. Because the water helps with weight bearing, it allows the horses to move more freely with less stress and pain.
High powered PEMF devices for horses generate results at an accelerated rate and can be easily adjusted for optimal level of penetration. PEMF promotes cellular exercise, which increases circulation, blood oxygenation, and helps the body recovery naturally, while reducing inflammation, and, relieving pain. Using MagnaWave sends a pulsating charge through tissues to provide energy to large focal areas like joints and major muscle groups. Penetration of the charge can be up to 16 inches into the equine body. Twitching muscles help to identify imbalances, pain or sore muscles that need to be further worked on with MagnaWave. By pinpointing the problem areas, the practitioner is able to work at the source of pain rather than just manage its symptoms.
Laser therapy helps improve the quality of horses life by helping with:
Shockwave is a treatment that is used for a number of equine injuries. Shockwave aim highly concentrated and powerful sound waves at the affected areas and stimulate the release of growth factors and increasing circulation. Suspensory ligaments, superficial and deep tendons, and other soft tissue injuries have very positive responses to this mode of therapy.
Therapudic ultrasound has three amazing benefits:
These benefits come from the thermal and nonthermal effect of the ultrasound waves.
Studies have shown that therapudic ultasound physically stimulates the cells by vibrating cell membranes which enhances repairs to the inflammatory response and enhancing the cells metabolic rate.
Michelle has a degree in Animal Physiology & Biology and became a Certified Veterinary Technician in 1984. For over 25 years, Michelle has been rehabilitating horses & foaling mares. Michelle opened Newberg Canine Rehabilitation in April 2009 after seeing a need for quality animal physical therapy.
When Michelle is not busy treating animals, she enjoys spending time with her son & daughter, her own dogs, and horses.
Kailee has her bachelors degree in biology from George Fox University. She has been assisting Michelle with foaling and rehabilitation for over 15 years and took over managing the business in 2020.
When Kailee is not busy with the rehabilitation side of things she enjoys showing her minis and spending time with with her mom and brother.
Melissa received her Veterinary degree in 2006 and has been practicing alternative medicine since 2011. She treats a variety of different animals with chiropractic, acupuncture, and herbal formulas based on the clinical signs of the individual animal.
Dr. Shaver also shows Arabians and Half Arabians in Reining and Western Pleasure. She also enjoys spending time with her husband Matt and with her Australian Shepherd dogs.
Dr. Shaver's practice is separate from Bald Peak Equine but we have a strong working relationship.
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For emergencies please call your local emergency vet.
Monday - Friday: 9am - 6pm
Saturday: 9am - 4pm