The Camden Equine Rehabilitation & Conditioning Center

Gary and Michaela Young of Roger Young Stables expanded their equestrian offerings when they introduced the Camden Equine Rehabilitation & Conditioning Center in the beginning of 2010. Located on grounds of the beautiful hunter–jumper training facility in Kershaw County, South Carolina, the new center offers the latest techniques, veterinary technology and alternative sports medicine to assist in injury recovery, post-surgical care, and accelerated conditioning.

The facility houses state of the art therapy equipment, 12′ x 12′ stalls, a 300′ x 200′ riding arena, large grass paddocks and round pens, and separate treatment areas where the experienced and well-trained staff can help horses recover as quickly and happily as possible.

Treatments at the Camden Equine Rehabilitation & Conditioning Center include the AquaPacer Underwater Treadmill, Laser, Ultrasound and Magnetic Therapy, Electrotherapy, Therapeutic Massage, a European Exercise Walker, Magna Wave PEMF (Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field), Centurion Therapulse, and Equissage. All of the services are supervised by the horse’s own veterinarian and carried out by the center?s staff according to his or her directions and recommendations. Acupuncture, chiropractic and shockwave therapies are also available through certified/professional veterinarians. The staff at the Camden Equine Rehabilitation & Conditioning Center handles the scheduling of appointments, daily medical care, physical therapy and conditioning exercises and short and long term lay-up as well as outpatient services are available.

To help introduce the new option at Roger Young Stables, the couple has launched the facility?s official web site. The new online option includes a list of offerings at the center, easy to understand definitions of both the medical sports techniques and machines that are employed, as well as photos and videos of the equipment and staff in action. For further information call Michaela and Gary Young at (803) 432-3049.

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