About Us

Energy Equine has a specific interest in Sports Medicine.

Our team has been built in order to provide the most outstanding service to all who walk through our doors.

Our Story

Between 2006 and 2016, Dr. Hewlett operated ambulatory out of O’Brays Equine Services in Carstairs, Alberta. On July 7, 2016, Energy Equine moved into its new, custom designed and built facility just north of Airdrie, Alberta. So far in 2017, Energy Equine is fast becoming Western Canada’s premier veterinary facility. Joining Dr. Hewlett in offering exceptional services are Dr. Jessica Romanow and Dr. Kasara Toth, who all add extra depth to what the clinic has to offer.

Our veterinary technicians and support staff have all been chosen with customer and patient service in mind. Our team has been built to provide the most outstanding service to all who walk through our doors.

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Our Area of Focus

Based out of South/Central Alberta, our clinic is focused on providing leading edge services to our clients and their equine athletes. In areas of repair, conditioning, development and recovery, we assess the complete structure of the horse so perfect balance can be achieved. Dr. Chad Hewlett has built his practice primarily around the soundness and locomotion of the horse, and is well known in his field for providing results and applying effective strategies to obtain optimum results for the client. Whether you're on a rodeo, eventing or any show circuit, our therapies offer options to improve the overall performance of your horse.

Energy Equine has a specific interest in Sports Medicine. The ability to apply new and cutting edge healing technologies, then watch the horse recover from a performance limiting injury and continue to compete is what we love to do.

We value the communication lines established between veterinarian and owner, as well as the farriers and bodyworkers. It can often take a team approach to fully understand the story your animal has to tell.