Narkolepsie, Ataxie - oder massive Beckenblockade mit Nervenirritation?

Ich lernte Frau Kopp kennen, als ich vor der Frage stand mein 19J. Warmblut ein zuschläfern. Der Tierarzt äusserte die Diagnosen Narkolepsie, Ataxie, Verdacht auf Cushing und er sei nie mehr longier- oder reitbar. Er fiel mehrmals am Tag um, stolperte und magerte ab. Als Folge hatte er immer wieder das Hüftgelenk und die Karpalgelenke offen.

Frau Kopp hat bereits nach der ersten Untersuchung gesagt, dass Sie die Diagnosen nicht bestätigen kann und ihn auch nicht euthanansieren würde.

Bereits nach der ersten osteopathischen und homöopathischen Behandlung war er nicht mehr narkoleptisch! Auch sein eingefallener Rücken fing durch das Lösen der Blockaden and sich zu heben. Es folgten noch mehrere Behandlungen, bis ich ihm, vier oder fünf Monate später zu trainieren begann. Nur nach einem halben Jahr habe ich das Tierärztliche OK mit dem Reiten zu beginnen!

Mein Warmblut hat nach Stallumstellung und guter Behandlung durch Frau Kopp laut Aussage des Tierarztes weder Narkolepsie noch irgendwelche Anzeichen von Ataxie oder Cushing! Geblieben ist Arthrose bzw. Entzündungen an den Karpalgelenken - aber DIES bekommen wir auch noch hin!

Frau Kopp begleitete mich in einer schweren Zeit. Sie erklärte mir Vieles, u.a. Physiologie und Psychologie biem Pferd, Sattelkontrolle u.v.m. Sie suchte nach Mitteln seinen Stoffwechsel in Gang zu bringen und löste alle paar Wochen seine Blockaden und Verklebungen.

Und Sie hatte mit allem Recht! Mein Pferd hat auch Ihr sein Leben zu verdanken! Er nimmt Fett und Muskeln zu, dank der Futter- und Trainingsberatung von Frau Kopp. Auch dafür - DANKE!

Lieben Gruss

Heike Eis, (GER) Erlangen, April 2016

 

 

 

 

Akute massive ISG/KDG Blockade mit massiver Lahmheit

2013 verunglückte unser Tinker Tattoo und zog sich eine Beckenverletzung zu. Der Tierarzt konnte ihm medikamentös nicht helfen. Die zufällig anwesende Osteopathin Annette nahm sich des Pferdes an und wir konnten zusehen wie es Tattoo von Minute zu Minute besser ging und er sich deutlich entspannte. Insgesamt waren einige Anwendungen nötig um die Verletzung in  Griff zu bekommen. Seitdem läuft unser Tinker locker flockig durchs Leben und geniesst immer wieder mal mit Hingabe Annette's heilende Hände. Dank ihres schnellen und kundigen Einsatzes ist Tattoo heute noch reitbar.

Adelheid, (GER) Bräuningshof 2013

 

 

Broken Saddle Tree results in massive back issues

I got Chester when I was 12yrs old. In about the year 2005. I was having some huge back troubles with him. He would kick his legs up when I would walk towards him with the saddle blanket, through his head up and lots of others too. When I did get on his back, he would constantly buck. It wasn't a comfortable ride at all. He didn't enjoy it and neither did I. In the end I could just never catch him, he would run to the other end of the paddock. I knew something was wrong, so I called the Vet down to come and have a look at him. She told me that he was unable to be ridden as he had a back injury that could no longer be fixed, so I should sell him to the works. I didn't want to sell him to the works, so I kept him for a couple more weeks. When my farrier came over to shoe my horses, I told him what the Vet said. The farrier said that he was glad I never sold him as he knew of an Equine Osteopath who could look at my horse for me. The following day he came over with the Osteopath and introduced Annette Kopp to me.

I was fascinated with the way she worked with Chester. She used all sorts of things on him, like little coloured torches that move all the muscles. He loved it when she would massage him. Chester would lean into it and in the end he would go to sleep. It was the happiest i had seen him in a long time. Annette told me that she would like to come back to do another session with him if that was alright. I was more than happy to have her come back to manipulate my horse. The first session took about 2 hours.

I also noticed that Annette listens to the horses a lot when they tell her what hurts and what feels good. She gave Chester some medicine of his choice.

The second session, she got me to help her to put his pelvis back into place. He had 3 verterbrae out on his lower back. That was the reason for his bucking. I then got her to look at my saddle I was using, and she only looked at it for about 30 seconds when she said that it had a broken tree. I am very pleased with my horse now after what Annette did for us. I can ride him anywhere, any day. He is keen to go for a ride now. I still lunge and massage him, he loves it! I am much appreciated with what Annette did. As I still have my horse.

Jessica Calvert, (NZ) Waikawau 3.11.2008

 

 

Oversized Saddle caused Blockages

I got this little mare for Endurance. I bought her in March 2006. She was going really well for me the first season. Then in about the middle of 2007, she wouldn't allow the farrier to pick up her back feet. She started to buck and show all the signs that my throughbred (Chester) was showing. Later that night I phoned up the Vet I worked with and she told me it sounded like I should leave her in the paddock for a few days, then go out for another ride and see what happens. If she comes in sore I was to sell her to the works and find another Arab. I did what the Vet said and she came back with an extremely sore back. So I gave Annette Kopp a phone call and explained what the Vet said and Annette said she was able to come down the following day if I would be home.

That morning I went and caught Ripples for the treatment. Once Annette arrived I explained to her what was happening with her. The bucking, not allowing her back feet to be picked up and the throwing of the head. She started by using the little torches and found that she had some vertebrae out in her lower back and a clot on the top of her head in-between her ears. Annette said that she had had the injuries for a few years, just with doing the Endurance it had brought them back again. I watched her massage Ripples and found that she really liked the messages on her back legs. I still do those massages as Annette showed me and told me to keep doing them so that i can get her to relax her muscles. When Annette came back the following day, to treat her again, she wanted to look at my saddle. I showed her the saddle, it had warped causing pressure to be on the back. Also the fact that I was using a western type of saddle it was too long in the back for Ripples. She told me the style of saddle to get, so I have now purchased it and I have no problem with her. She can do a 40km Endurance with no problem at all.

Jessica Calvert, (NZ) Waikawau 3.11.2008