Dr. Peters did his practicum at Abbott-Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Internship at Danbury Hospital in Danbury Connecticut and Residency and two year Post Doctoral Fellowship at Hartford Hospital in the Departments of Neurorehabilitation, Neurology and Neurosurgery.
"His love of horses is life long. His horses, dogs and he live in the mountains of Colorado."
In an effort to determine and apply 'best practices', evidence-based approaches are common in science and medicine. Best practices are determined by empirical evidence. They are seen to work or not work in actual practice, not theory. These clinical observations are supported by the most current scientific knowledge and allow for a standard approach. This approach bridges the gap between the scientist and the clinician. There is room for everyone to educate themselves by asking, "What does our current scientific knowledge of the horse, when applied and empirically observed, show me about getting the best outcomes possible for me and the horse? Eventually, people should be able to obtain current best practices in all areas of horse training and care. A deeper understanding from quality information will ultimately be what is best for the welfare of our horses.