Amy Cutter

Amy Cutter,LMT,VCPT

Hello. Massage has been part of my life for the past 20 years.  During this time I have had the pleasure of gaining certification in several specialized fields. I have had training in Prenatal massage, Active Release Techniques, Reflexology, Shiatsu and Thai massage.  I am also a certified Equine Sports Massage Therapist and a lifetime member of the International Sports Massage Therapy Association.

The introduction of Cold Laser Therapy to my world has been an exciting adventure; opening new avenues for healing that I had never thought possible before.  Through Cold Laser Therapy I received advanced certification for Veterinary Chiropractitioning.  This is a special hybrid certification that allows me to provide vital chiropractic services to animals that may otherwise fall between the regulatory cracks in the system.  I am available to see animals in two different locations. "House/Barn" calls are available by scheduled arrangements.

The recent introduction of ASEA to my life has been almost as life altering as cold laser therapy in the most positive of ways. I call it a “liquid laser” in that it enhances your body’s natural processes, using ingredients native to your body to dramatically improve your health in a very short time. Please feel free to click on the link and explore that site as well.

Chiropractic care can improve our pet's health and overall quality of life. Healthy dogs, cats and horses at any age can benefit from periodic chiropractic checkups. Regularly scheduled chiropractic adjustments can help animals with hip dysplasia, arthritis, spondylosis, and other orthopedic challenges by maintaining movement, stability and relieving pain.

Animal chiropractic care is called Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM). VOM lies between veterinary medicine and chiropractic care, a hybrid, and thus it is more effective than either by themselves. The patient benefits from the positive aspects of both.

More about Low Level Laser Therapy (3LT) 

Low Level Laser Therapy (3LT) works with the bodies’ natural communication system to stimulate the production of ATP. ATP is cellular energy. “If your body was a car, ATP is the gasoline your body runs on”.  An increase in a cell’s production of energy can present immense benefits when any tissue is damaged or nutritionally starved because of poor blood flow, inflammation, or injury. This revolutionary technology is sweeping the country.  It has earned several FDA approvals for safe and effective pain relief and has helped numerous athletes improve stamina and performance in all species.

How Long is a session?

Most Laser protocols are only a few minutes long. Some require several sets of frequencies. Planning on about a half an hour per animal should allow enough time to have an adjustment and laser treatment at a comfortable pace for you and your pet.