Equine

Massage & Myofascial Release

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  • Traditional massage and trigger points to release sore & tight muscle spasms
  • Passive range of movement (PROM) stretches to improve flexibility and co-ordination
  • Myofascial releases
  • Joint mobilization
  • Neuromuscular techniques

Acupressure & Mobilisation

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  • Sore and stiff back
  • Muscle imbalance or weakness
  • Tendon/ligament damage
  • Lameness and gait abnormalities
  • Wounds: non-healing and acute
  • Compensatory problems
  • Stiffness
  • Maintenance 

Physiotherapy

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  • Therapeutic Ultrasound
  • Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy
  • Exercises and stretches will be prescribed as appropriate, with instruction for you to continue the treatment at home if suitable

All animals require veterinary permission for animal therapy treatments to begin 

Individually Tailored Treatments

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Treatments are individually tailored for each patient according to the condition being treated 

Your horse may be treated in the comfort of its own yard, or at our clinic

Herbal Self-Selection

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Animal Self Selection of Plants & Oils for 

Well-being:

Integrating the study of the innate behaviour of animals to self-select and self-medicate from nature, with knowledge of oils and wild herbs. 

Animals including us to some degree, have the ability to self-medicate on herbs or plant oils via smell and taste, picking up on the secondary metabolic components of plants. 

A selection of dried herbs and oils matched to your animals need to offer support

We will work with you

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 To discuss how we can help with any of these conditions, or others your horse may be suffering from