The Morrisville State College Equine Rehabilitation Center (MSCERC) offers equipment and rehabilitation techniques to keep healthy horses conditioned and to help injured equine athletes recover, post-injury or post-surgery. One of the very few publicly accessible equine rehabilitation facilities in the Northeast, the MSCERC is run by skilled, trained, and knowledgeable professionals who have dedicated their lives to horses.
Located on 103 acres of land three miles west of Morrisville State College’s campus on Route 20, the new multi-million dollar campus addition boasts a 40,000-square-foot riding arena, stabling for 40 horses, and a complete rehabilitation center with state-of-the-art equipment and therapeutic modalities. Equipment and therapeutic modalities include an underwater treadmill, indoor swimming pool, solariums, a cold salt-water spa, laser therapy, therapeutic ultrasound, Game Ready™, acupuncture, vibration plate, and farrier services.
The MSCERC houses the college’s thoroughbred racing program and has made way for a new equine physical rehabilitation option in the existing equine science bachelor degree program, giving students more opportunities to contribute to and find employment in the equine industry.
The new facility offers the greater equine community of horse owners and trainers a unique level of service that, until recently, was unavailable locally. It also made way for a new equine rehabilitation therapy concentration in the existing equine science bachelor degree program which will provide the equine industry with graduates who have had training in equine rehabilitation and therapy.
For services to the public, contact Dr. Erin Morgan-Paugh or Manager Mike Bednarek by phone at 315-684-6601 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are located on state route 20, 3 miles west of the village of Morrisville.