BioScan. Have you heard of it? Wow!

I wanted to share with you the HORSE AND MAN interview with Nadine Donahue. She is the inventor of the BioScan.  Are any of you familiar with this technology?  Well, let me fill you in.

First off, this has been in development since 1988.  I applaud Nadine’s tenacity to get this device through all the legal hoops to bring it to market.  I know she kept at it because of her love of the horses.

BioScan is complicated technically but really easy to use.  I will do my best to explain, but you should watch the video to hear Nadine describe it.

OK, here goes…  Horses’ (and our) bodies carry an electrical current.  When things aren’t right in a horse (sore muscle, strain, damage… etc.), that current is affected.  Basically, the body is over reacting in that area to try to heal whatever is wrong.  The BioScan tool is a comb that works on the skin to find those areas that are out of alignment.  Then, the light diodes are placed on those areas for a short time to stimulate healing.


I used to have many performance horses. Just like any athlete, they needed help to remain sound. Since I had already interviewed Nadine, I knew all about this science.  So, I tried it.  It worked so well, I got the entire system. After a while, my trainer had me using it on all of the horses at every show I attended!  He was a believer just like Jack Berg (race trainer seen in the video).  We don’t know exactly how it works, but it works!  Now, I use it on anyone (retired, pasture, trail or rescue horse) around here that is sore or “off”.  I love it.

Anyway, watch the video!  If you want to try it, you can go to the website and find a technician near you.  Or, if your horse has a chronic area, there may be a specific wrap for that.   You can look on the website.  Oh, and they even have a blog for all of the users that is really helpful.  See what you think!

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SATURDAY IS PHOBLOG DAY! More Mini Baby, Silly Cat, Odd Couple

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Today is Phoblog day!  Please feel free to comment.


Of course, I have to add this week’s photos of the mini baby that I find so adorable.  Her Mama was rescued by Beauty’s Haven Farm and Equine Rescue.  You can read her story (and many other rescue stories) there.


Here is a pic of my friend’s cat.  He is really a character.  He loves to hide in this urn and pop out at people as they pass by.  Crazy Kitty!


I got this via email so you may have already seen it. The story is that this deer comes into this cat’s backyard every morning and they play.  The owner said that she couldn’t believe it wasn’t a fluke until it happened regularly. So, she took some pics.

TIP O’ THE DAY: Don’t train when you are angry.


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