Originally Posted by deserthorsewoman
Did you ask about acupuncture? I would consider it after the EPSM/PSSM Tests if they come up negative.
Hey Desert...still have it in the back of my mind. I am still trying to find one. The only one I have so far is supposed to be EXTREMELY rediculously expensive. I've been told to be careful with choosing someone, and I've heard bad things about two others. So, I'm still on the search.
Chiro didn't even adjust her today saying that she felt it was a waste of my money while she may have a few little things to adjust, her hind end issue is much bigger and she wants me to put my money towards that. I asked her why, if it was a neurological thing, would she pass the physical tests that I've tried with her. She said it is probably because it is nothing new to her and she has adapted already since she has most likely already been like this since birth...this was just her observation and opinion, since she is not a vet. I appreciated it because the two vets I've had out to look at her haven't even been able to dx what it is with certainty.
I've been in touch with Dr. Beth Valentine, and she suggested starting with the EPSM/PSSM testing and go from there because if the test is positive, I can immediately try the diet change adding the fat etc....same as you suggested in the past. If it is negative, then I have the choice of taking her to a specialist to try and figure out if it is another neurological thing that they have come out with medication for or not that could possibly help. If not, then that's it.....just live with it. I can live with it at any time really and not do the other things, but since there is that glimmer of hope, I will try.