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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

Barnstaple Senior Physiotherapists

Experienced, senior physiotherapists providing thorough, honest advice, treatment and rehabilitation. We combine evidence based therapy with sound clinical experience to help patients with acute sports injuries, through to chronic pain problems. > View Profile

Happy and Healthy Horses

Lee qualified in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Physiotherapy from the School of Health at the University of Teesside. He worked in the NHS for 2 years whilst training to treat animals. Since qualifying as an Animal Physiotherapist in 1999 Lee has... > 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

Kate Fisher - Equine Physio

I am a qualified equine physio working in Dorset and Hampshire. As An ACPAT (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy) member I am a fully qualified Chartered Physiotherapist (MCSP) having trained in physiotherapy and rehabilitation for animals. Equine... > 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

Amy Gilbert - Equine Physio

My name is Amy Gilbert and I work in Derbyshire. 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

Joanna Spear - Equine Physio

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

Anna Davison - Equine Physio

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

Gilliyan Carter - Equine Neuromuscular Manipulator

Gilliyan has been treating horses & humans alike for over 15 years & has extensive knowledge in her field. Not only does she offer treatments that address the skeletal, muscular & nervous system, but she also is the Principle Tutor at Equi-Therapy UK.  Gilliyan also offers... > View Profile

Lesley Holmes - Equine Physio

I offer equine physiotherapy services in Berkshire, Hampshire and Surrey. My name is Lesley Holmes and I am a member of The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT). Physiotherapy is valuable whether competing or simply riding your horse. It is... > View Profile

Jo Sholl-Evans - Equine Physio

I am a qualified equine physio working in Somerset. As An ACPAT (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy) member I am a fully qualified Chartered Physiotherapist (MCSP) having trained in physiotherapy and rehabilitation for animals. Equine physiotherapy is... > View Profile

Sara Barnes - 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

Trudy Wade - Equine Physio

Trudy Wade is a member of The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT) working in Durham. Animals, like people, respond to physiotherapy. The purpose of physiotherapy is to restore and maintain mobility, function, independence and performance. As an... > View Profile

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