Katya graduated with a BSc (Hons) from the McTimoney College of Chiropractic in Abingdon, Oxfordshire in 2007 and after a year in practise she began her MSc in Animal Manipulation, completing this in November 2009.

A veterinary surgeon should always be your first port of call but you should consider McTimoney treatment if your horse displays any of the following signs:

  • Unlevelness, especially behind
  • Uneven wear of shoes
  • Sore or cold back
  • A reluctance to exercise
  • Unexplained deterioration in performance
  • Stiffness on one rein or a disunited canter
  • Unexplained reluctance such as bucking, rearing, refusing, napping
  • Uneven muscle development or atrophy.

Your practitioner will use her hands to assess the balance and symmetry or your horse at frequent bony landmarks, mostly along the spine and pelvis. Where necessary adjustments are used to correct any imbalances found using quick and precise movements of the hands.No anaesthetic is involved.

This process of realignment frees up the joints in the adjusted area, promoting flexibility and suppleness and freeing up the nervous system to work at its optimum. This allows for the relief of muscle spasm, pain and restriction, allowing your horse to feel fit and strong again.


Chiropractors, McTimoney, Therapists



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