“Helping People Help Horses”

The Matrix Best-Vet Certification Program.
Training people how to effectively and safely use the Best-Vet to help heal horses.

Our goal is to spread the knowledge (and training) of the advanced biofeedback Best-Vet device. Equestrians in every discipline should know about the at-home therapy tools they can use to help their horses, and have therapists available for full treatments. For body workers, adding microcurrent therapy can greatly reduce their physical strain, which improves career longevity while multiplying the benefits to the horse.

If you love horses and enjoy helping people, finding problems, and healing horses, then the Certified Best-Vet Instructor program is for you. A Certified Best-Vet Instructor has the knowledge and ability to treat horses safely and effectively with the Best-Vet device. They are also qualified to teach individuals how to use the device for personal use on their own horses.

The Best-Vet and Best-Vet Pro are easy to operate and the treatments are physically undemanding, which is ideal for equine therapists. The Instructor Certification Program is about using the Best-Vet and Best-Vet Pro for veterinary use in a safe manner and using various techniques for optimal results. 

Matrix Best-Vet Certified Instructors


Sandee Foster
(Instructor & Therapist)
Maupin, OR
Phone: (503) 318-3710

Tamy Ryan
Office: (503) 610-1229
Cell: (503) 944-9277
Email: tamy.ryan@comcast.net


Mary Lou Langley
Soap Lake, WA 
Phone: (509) 246-8053


Christie Hebert
(Instructor & Dealer)
Wickenburg, AZ
Phone: (307) 247-5359
Email: chebert16@gmail.com
Website: wholehorseconnection.com

Leslie Maynard
(Instructor & Therapist)
Benson, AZ
Phone: 520-212-7677
Email: bestvetsw@gmail.com
Website: bestvetsw.com

Mary Rainwater 
Saddleback Equine Therapies, AZ
Phone: 541-977-9032
Email: mkrnwtr@gmail.com

Puerto Rico

Kellie Stobie 
Phone: (787) 426-0845
Email: kllstob@aol.com

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Case Studies from Best-Vet Users & Instructors

Django goes to Bodywork Class!

Django goes to Bodywork Class!

Django is a thoroughbred gelding that was purchased about a year ago as a rehabilitation project, he has been very untrusting and nervous about being touched or worked with. It was obvious by the severe “S” curve in his body that he was in some sort of accident.

Case Study: Addressing an Old Leg Injury

Case Study: Addressing an Old Leg Injury

I have owned CJ for the better part of 16 years and his right hind has always been his “problem” leg. A few years ago, he got a cut on his right hind that I kept clean and wrapped but also treated with light therapy and microcurrent. Once the wound fully healed, his...

Hoof Abscesses: Treated with MCT and Soaking Boot

Hoof Abscesses: Treated with MCT and Soaking Boot

This spring has been the perfect recipe for hoof abscesses due to the excessive rain and mud. I knew as soon as CJ walked in from the pasture, dead lame on his right front when he had been fine earlier, the likely culprit was an abscess. Our farrier was scheduled to...