Having graduated from Warwickshire College in 1997 with BA (Hons) in Equine Studies, Louise spent a number of happy years working in an administrative role for the racehorse trainer Luca Cumani, in Newmarket.

The desire to make a difference to animals and their welfare led Louise to the McTimoney College in Oxford, from where she graduated in 2006 with a Post Graduation Diploma in Animal Manipulation. Since then Louise has undertaken a number of courses to add to her McTimoney Animal Manipulation treatment. These include the Equine Body Worker course and the Equine Myofascial Release course both run by Equinenery.

The McTimoney College in Oxford provided the first validated course in Europe to teach adjusting techniques for animals. It carries on the work of John McTimoney who in the 1950's modified the techniques he used on humans onto animals.

The McTimoney method, a non-invasive holistic approach, works to re-align and balance your animal's musculoskeletal system. The aim of the treatment is to maintain the correct alignment of your animal's spine to ensure the nervous system works efficiently, restoring soundness and performance, health and movement.


Chiropractors, McTimoney, Therapists


Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk

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