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Maria Schlott - Chiropractic Care for Horse and Rider

Maria Schlott works at Equine Sports Chiropractic... treating to support supple joints and healthy years! Does he need a routine back check or you want him to move better? Maybe you have a veteran with arthritis or a horse that needs help with a current... > View Profile

Carla Dixon - Equine Physio

My name is Carla Dixon and I work in Leicestershire, Warwickshire and Northamptonshire. I am a member of The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT). As an ACPAT member I am a fully qualified Chartered Physiotherapist (MCSP) having trained in... > View Profile

Vet Physio

South Downs Veterinary Physiotherapy offers both Rehabilitation and Performance Development Services. All athletes, be they human, equine or canine, need a little help to stay in tip top condition and to perform at their best. Whether recovering from injury, or looking for... > View Profile

Gillian Tabor - Equine Physio

Physiotherapy can help your horse by relieving pain, increasing mobility and promoting healing. Often horses only display subtle signs of pain or discomfort such as a change in behaviour, a change in performance, stiffness or a change in their normal movement... > View Profile

Equine Sports Massage & Rehabilitation Therapist

IAAMT Qualified ESMT  Fully Insured Please feel free to email or call if you have any questions. All equines catered.  Why use a ESMT? Equine Sports Massage is the therapeutic application of hands on techniques. Using these techniques we are able to... > View Profile

Amelia Gourlay - Equine Physio

The benefits of massage include increased range of motion, enhanced performance, increased circulation, relieving muscle spasm and tension, whilst increasing muscle tone. Amelia Gourlay is a member of The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT)... > View Profile

Louise Carson - Equine Physio

Louise Carson is a member of The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT) working in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire. Animals, like people, respond to physiotherapy. The purpose of physiotherapy is to restore and maintain mobility,... > View Profile

Joelle Steyt - Equine Physio

I am a qualified equine physio working in North Yorkshire, East Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire. As An ACPAT (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy) member I am a fully qualified Chartered Physiotherapist having trained in physiotherapy and... > View Profile

Equine Acupuncture and Sports Massage

Experienced Equine Veterinary Surgeon with further qualifications in Acupuncture, Sports Massage. Acupuncture and Massage can benefit a multitude of conditions from those affecting the musculoskeletal system to poor performance. Acupuncture is a complementary treatment... > View Profile

Sarah Clemson - Equine Physio

Physiotherapy can help your horse by relieving pain, increasing mobility and promoting healing. Often horses only display subtle signs of pain or discomfort such as a change in behaviour, a change in performance, stiffness or a change in their normal movement... > View Profile

Fiona Hamilton - Equine Physio

My name is Fiona Hamilton and I work in West Sussex. I am a member of The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT). As an ACPAT member I am a fully qualified Chartered Physiotherapist (MCSP) having trained in physiotherapy and rehabilitation for... > View Profile

Therapy and Exercises

Adriana is a fully qualified, professional veterinary physiotherapist and a member of the Nation Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists NAVP. With a scientific background courtesy of Harper Adams University and with 16 years experience working with animals - from domestic... > View Profile

Amy Hunton - Equine Physio

The benefits of massage include increased range of motion, enhanced performance, increased circulation, relieving muscle spasm and tension, whilst increasing muscle tone. Amy Hunton is a member of The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT) working in... > View Profile

Henrietta Cook - Equine Physio

Physiotherapy can help your horse by relieving pain, increasing mobility and promoting healing. Often horses only display subtle signs of pain or discomfort such as a change in behaviour, a change in performance, stiffness or a change in their normal movement... > View Profile

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