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Therapy Center Has New Name and New Strength

Nottingham Equine Therapy Center (NET) -- formerly Hannums Equine Therapy Center -- in Nottingham, PA, is celebrating its Grand Re-Opening and 10-year anniversary.

Doug and Bonnie Hannum announce the financial restructuring of their equine rehabilitation and therapy center. A group of New York investors have acquired the facility and intend to carry on the Hannums' commitment to excellent equine therapy. Doug will remain as the Center's Senior Equine Therapist.

Bill Godbold will serve as president. Bill has worked with Doug Hannum since the beginning of their careers in holistic health in 1992. Bill's expertise lies in nutrition, therapy, and training. Bill has also accompanied the US and Canadian teams to world class events as the team therapist. Most recently Bill and Doug went to the 2002 World Equestrian Games in Jerez, Spain where Doug performed therapy on the Gold Medal 3-Day team.

The new company will allow Doug to continue work with all of the USET teams, on the road and at home. Doug Hannum's therapy programs are used on all disciplines, from the trail horse to competition jumpers to western reining horses. NET prides itself on the ability of its staff to provide services, drug-free, for equines of all levels.

The NET Center is a full-service facility including training and riding of horses in the program as well as offering horsemanship training to individuals entering a career in holistic horse health. The center also offers a full-circle system including veterinary, chiropractic and acupuncture, massage, myofascial release, pulsating magnetic and laser therapy, electrical stimulation, hydrotherapy in the Hannum Hydraciser(tm), dental and state-of-the-art horseshoeing - all under one roof!

The NET Center also provides ongoing clinics, seminars and shows along with therapy for horses, on-site at events. Doug and Bill are available to perform clinics at your facility.

For more information call 610-932-2406, e-mail, or write to PO Box 117, Nottingham, PA 19362.


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