So I am delighted to have as part of our international teaching team two very experienced instructors who can take you through the application of MSTR® work for both horses and dogs.
Why learn? –
Treatment of animals is completely different to the treatment of people. They have unique ways of communicating their discomfort and pain. They have different ways of reacting to treatment. They have different healing responses. Their time for wounds to heal is different to humans.
All this means that if you want to treat animals you cannot simply transfer human MSTR® onto an animal.
Our instructors have years of experience with dogs and horses and work very closely with veterinarians. They will help you do the same!
The human MSTR® course is a pre-requisite to taking the canine or equine MSTR® course.
Why do I have to learn human MSTR® first?
The answer is very much like this example:
If you wanted to qualify and specialise as an orthopaedic surgeon, a gynaecologist or an oncologist you would have to train in general medicine first. After that you can specialise in specific work.
So in order to take specialist training in MSTR® for dogs or horses you have to learn and understand the theory, skills and concepts within the human course. Not all that information is in the animal course as there are numerous other topics to discuss and demonstrate within the horse and dog course.
We want you to be skilled in this specialised area of treatment which has been demonstrated to be so effective for horses and dogs that we are confident you’ll want to learn as much as you can about this fascinating and effective method.
Our specialised instructors are:
For horses: Vicky Franklin (UK)