Corinne has had a lifelong passion for animals, and has been riding horses since she was a young girl.

After leaving school Corinne completed a BSc in Equine Sports Science at Nottingham Trent University, graduating in 2005 with a 1st Class Honours Degree. After graduation Corinne applied for, and was accepted on to the Masters Degree course in Animal Manipulation at the McTimoney College of Chiropractic.

This is a 3 year part-time course, which Corinne combined with a full time job as Senior Rider at The Thoroughbred Rehabilitation Centre in Lancashire. It was here that she got to work with a huge variety of ex-racehorses, many with both physical and pyschological issues, and where she realised the value of physiotherapy and manipualtive therapy. After qualifying as a McTimoney Animal Therapist in 2009 Corinne left the TRC, but still has a particular interest in Thoroughbreds and ex-racehorses, and specialises in dealing with difficult and problem horses.

Signs that your horse may benefit from a treatment include:

  • Loss of performance
  • Change in behaviour
  • Asymmetry, such as stiffness on one rein or a disunited canter
  • A sore or cold back
  • Muscle atrophy or uneven muscle development
  • Uneven shoe wear
  • Unlevelness, particularly behind
  • Resistances such as napping, bucking, rearing or refusing.


Chiropractors, McTimoney, Therapists


Cheshire, Cumbria, Lancashire, North Yorkshire

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