Is your horse showing signs of pain? Does he have a back problem? Has his behaviour changed when ridden or when handled? Is he reluctant to perform certain school exercises or canter on a particular lead? Has he begun to refuse jumps, feel stiff or just “not quite right”? Physiotherapy may be able to help.

Using gait analysis and palpation I can help find the source of pain and, if appropriate, treat the problem with various non-invasive techniques. Physiotherapy can also achieve great results when used following tendon/ligament injury, for wounds, fractures and for arthritis management. Used after surgery or extended box rest physiotherapy helps them to return to work quicker and makes re-injury less likely.

I live in Sixpenny Handley, between Blandford and Salisbury, and cover the Dorset, Wiltshire and Hampshire region. I am fully insured and a member of both the Association for the Scientific Study of Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapy and the International Association of Animal Therapists. I hold a post-graduate diploma from the College of Animal Physiotherapy achieved following 3 years of study.


Physio, Therapists


Hampshire, Somerset, Wiltshire

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