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Drs. Suzan Oakley and Anne Moretta performing diagnostic imaging on a patient.

Dressage professional Todd Bryan has worked with Dr. Suzan Oakley of Wellington Equine Sports Medicine for 16 years.

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Top Dressage Professionals Choose Wellington Equine Sports Medicine Team

Written by: Carrie Wirth
Client: Wellington Equine Sports Medicine
Release Date: 2015-09-25

Wellington, FL - Sept. 25, 2015 -Top dressage professionals rely on the practitioners at Wellington Equine Sports Medicine to help keep their equine athletes performing their best.     

FEI dressage trainers Todd and Becky Bryan of Chuluota, Florida, first began working with Suzan Oakley, DVM, Dipl. ABVP (Equine), Certified Member International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP), 16 years ago, when they started spending the season in Florida to compete on the winter circuit. Theypermanently relocated their training business, The Bryan Center, to Florida in 2011 and chose Dr. Oakley to be their regular performance vet.

Todd Bryan has earned multiple national and international awards including USDF Bronze, Silver, and Gold medals, multiple BLM and USDF Regional Champion and Reserve Champion honors, FEI World Ranked at Grand Prix 1996, Carl-Heinrich Asmis Scholarship award winner, NAYRC Individual Gold Medalist. He has been featured inDressage Today, SpurHorseplay, and Horse Talkmagazine. Becky Bryan is a USDF Bronze and Silver Medalist and, like Todd has been immersed in horses since her childhood.
"Suzan is amazing at diagnosing and treating even the most subtle and elusive performance lameness," said Todd Bryan. "In this way, we can address small issues before they ever have the chance to become larger ones."
As dressage professionals, the Bryans said it is important to them to keep their horses sound and happy well into their teenage years.
"We feel that that Dr. Oakley's keen eye and knowledge, as well as her expertise in alternative therapies, gives us a competitive edge. She is the first vet we recommend to our friends and clients," said Todd.
Through a whole-horse approach, Wellington Equine Sports Medicine veterinarians Oakley and Anne Moretta, VMD, MS, a 30-year equine sports medicine veteran with advanced training in acupuncture, in conjunction with Dr. Sheila Schils, an innovator in equine rehabilitation, evaluate each horse and design a treatment plan that often combines medical and physical therapies, as well as training exercises.

The practice offers supplemental services, such as acupuncture and Functional Electronic Stimulation (FES), which has proven highly effective for equine athletes. Dr. Schils, a developer in the use of FES in horses, utilizes the science of physical therapy to develop specific exercises, both in hand and under saddle, to aid in the rehabilitation process and prevent future injuries. 

Wellington Equine Sports Medicine offers a new approach to specialized care, consulting, and referral services for dressage, hunter/jumper, polo and Western sport horses in Wellington, the US, and Europe.

Contact Wellington Equine Sports Medicine: 
(561) 762-6111


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