A US study has showing that patients recovering from total joint replacement surgery who receive animal-assisted therapy (AAT) require less pain medication than those who do not experience this type of therapy.
Tag: "Equine Therapy"
CQUniversity in Australia is offering a PhD Scholarship in Human-Horse Relations and Disaster Preparedness and Survival.
Stress hormone study delivers “exciting” finding.
American study focused on dogs, but horses, rabbits or cats might be similarly suitable.
Theories on animal therapy have been around since the 1960s, but definitive research light.
“This is a growing area in the horse industry … there is tremendous student interest.”
Early results show children respond well to equine-assisted therapy.
Young adults with strong attachment to pets feel more connected to their communities and relationships.
Britain’s Blair Castle International Horse Trials has named HorseBack UK as its official charity for 2014.
$50K available to equine-assisted activities researchers studying post-traumatic stress or brain injuries.