After training as an equine sports massage therapist in 2006, I've then gone on to train in saddle fitting and qualified as an Mctimoney-Corley Animal Manipulator with OCEPT in 2009.

The effectiveness of different types of musculoskeletal therapies is beyond dispute. Many top riders, trainers and producers agree that musculoskeletal therapy is a viable treatment option, and indeed regard regular spinal checks as a matter of routine health care. There are many factors that can lead to a horse developing issues with his musculo-skeletal system. Ill-fitting saddlery, injury through trauma, stress and over-exertion through performance, muscle strain through insufficient fitness, digestive upset, illness, joint problems, disease, bad shoeing and dentistry are examples.

The aim is to free tension, reduce nerve pressure and restore mobility. This then has a 'knock on' effect on the body as a whole allowing lymphatic, vascular and endocrine systems to function efficiently. You will be advised on after care including stretching exercises. Usually I ask that a horse is given a few days rest following treatment.


Chiropractors, McTimoney, Therapists



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