Dr. Seelye spent over 20 years in traditional veterinary practice and became more and more frustrated with the temporary band aiding of medical conditions with toxic drugs that sometimes caused more harm than good. Typically these side effects would have to be counteracted with other drugs, and so it would go. At the cellular level deterioration continued until the next crisis occurred, and in conventional medicine there is no way to adequately cure degenerative or chronic conditions.
All of this was very troublesome to Dr. Seelye. Her decision to search for true healing for her pets, patients, and herself lead her on a journey spanning over 5 years of intensive apprenticeships and studies. The results were startling and exciting! Her excitement in what she found caused her to close her established practice of 25 years and move to Western Washington to pursue the development of an alternative practice where true healing is created without the use of toxic drugs and invasive procedures.
Dr. Seelye’s incorporation of Quantum physics, along with her knowledge and experience of allopathic and eastern medicine in her healing work, sets this apart from other healing modalities.
Dr. Seelye is devoted to health and healing through non-toxic wholistic/holistic methods while addressing both body and mind. Her approach is effective for the treatment of all medical conditions, behavior problems, and lameness. This is the ultimate in preventive medicine. You too can find the answer to truehealth and healing for your pet or equine partner.
Benefits realized by Quantum Healing
- Reduce the frequency and severity of injury and illness.
- Increase production of joint fluid.
- Increase joint range of motion.
- Release stored toxins in the body.
- Optimize physical performance.
- Decrease and eliminate problem behaviors.
- Optimize function of circulatory, respiratory, lymphatic, digestive and neurological system.
- Prevent disease through the optimized function of the above systems.
- Bachelor of Science in Bacteriology
- Bachelor of Science in Animal Science
- Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
- ~ Washington State University
- Certified Tui-na practitioner (Chinese medical manipulation)
- Chi Institute graduate
- ~ School of traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM.com)
- Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist
- ~ China National Society of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine
- Private Mixed Animal Practice
- ~ 25 years
- Postgraduate Studies
- ~ Quantum physics, neurophysiology, molecular biology
- Further studies
- ~ TTouch, Qigong, Homeopathy, Nutraceutics, Chinese and Western Herbal medicine, Feldenkrais
- Equine Externship ~ Santa Anita racetrack
- Equine Research Assistant ~ Washington State University
Suggested reading and viewing materialsto gain further understanding of these healing concepts:
Why Classical Training Works and How Incorrect Riding Negatively Affects Horses’ Health, by Gerd Heuschmann – A client first showed me this book towards the beginning of 2007 and my first thought was, “Thank goodness someone has put this knowledge into print; one less book I have to write!”Dr. Heuschmann is an equine veterinarian and Pferdewirt (a professional rider and trainer with veterinary training) who writes in a clear, concise manner how incorrect “modern” riding negatively affects horses’ health. Don’t be mislead by the dressage word – remember this word simply means “training” and every time you work with your horse you are “training”.Dr. Heuschmann speaks out clearly against many of the “training” methods used today that mentally and physically damage the horse, the results of which I treat every day in my practice. The book is filled with wonderful pictures and diagrams to demonstrate how training horses too quickly and incorrectly results in long-lasting damage. He shows how lameness and other problems are associated with incorrect alignment and why relaxation, mentally and physically, is so important to develop.Dr. Heuschmann is a true horse advocate. The world is a better place for those who speak out in truth against the techniques created for human agendas rather than the betterment of the horse. Read this book and give a copy to all your horse friends. Your equine companions will have a better life for it.
*Dressage = training, regardless of your riding discipline
“Trainers and handlers who resort to such intricate tactics are often the same people who insist that horses “don’t have much going on upstairs”. When it comes right down to it, these people want their mounts to act like easily manipulated imbeciles, and in fact, the horse industry has created all kinds of techniques to make sure these animals never assert their will, never develop discerning, agile minds of their own. But for some reason, the human contingent has to add insult to injury by ceaselessly complaining that horses suffer from a hopeless case of stupidity. The seemingly more progressive among them have told me, “The horse has a little brain, but a big heart.”
“Horseshit”, I say. “You condition these animals to submit to your will without question because that’s what you’re paid to do. You may be dominant over your horses, but you’re submissive to the system. When you talk about how your training techniques follow prey animal instincts, what you’re also telling me is that you deny horses the power of innovative thought. It’s so much easier to suppress someone’s spirit when you see him as a childlike, mentally deficient creature whose entire life must be managed for his own good. But even a happy, well-cared-for-slave is still a slave.”I strongly recommend this book. Be careful when you start, you might not be able to put it down. Dare to step out of your old paradigms. The joy of riding as one in body and spirit with an equal partner in mutual trust and respect rather than dominance is worth the change.