Intro to Graston Technique for the Equine Population – Part 1

Intro discussion on the application of the Graston Technique for the Equine Population




In this course we will review:

  • Graston Instruments and the physiological basis for IASTM 
  • Clinical applications for horses  
  • General Principles of safe and effective Graston Equine treatments

Your Instructors

Dr. Stephanie Crawford DC, CAC

Stephanie is a Registered Chiropractor and Certified Animal Chiropractor. She treats a wide range of musculoskeletal disorders in a multidisciplinary rehab clinic in addition to operating a mobile equine practice. Stephanie graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2016 and holds an honours degree in English literature from Trent University. Prior to attending chiropractic college, she worked for five years as an equine veterinary assistant in a busy sport horse practice. In 2016 Stephanie completed post-graduate training with the Veterinary Chiropractic Learning Centre to become a Certified Animal Chiropractor and has undergone additional testing to gain accreditation with the College of Animal Chiropractors. She completed Graston training in 2018 and is a member of the Clinical Advisors and Instructors team for Graston Technique Equine. Stephanie’s equestrian background includes over twenty years’ experience training, competing and coaching in the English disciplines. She held a working student position with bio-mechanics expert Mary Wanless and later worked as a show groom for Olympic level show jumpers. She continues to train in dressage, and now runs fitness and biomechanics workshops for riders. When she is not treating patients, Stephanie enjoys staying active in the great outdoors on rock climbing excursions with her partner Dan and their Husky-Sheppard, “Jasper”.