Good Horse - Osteopaths available in your area.

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Osteopathic Medicine

I gained a BSc (Hons) in Osteopathic Medicine from the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine after four years training. This allowed me to become registered with the General Osteopathic Council. After moving to North Cornwall in June 2004 to set up a practice around the... > View Profile

Registered GCC McTimoney Chiropractor

Chiropractor for horses with muscle spasm, restricted range of movement, fascia tension, musculoskeletal pain & stiffness. Manipulation, massage, craniosacral/myofascial therapy, rehabilitation stretching & remedial exercise programme, pet & livestock insurance... > View Profile

Animal Therapist

 I am a qualified veterinary manual therapist based in West Sussex, UK, with more than 10 years experience working as an animal therapist. I use an integrated approach using Osteopathic techniques, massage, stress point therapy, stretching & rehabilitation.  I trained and... > View Profile

DIY / Assisted / Part / Full Livery / Grass / Stable

Small family run yard, with excellent outriding. DIY/ Assisted / Part or Full Livery - we are happy to offer as much help as needed. Superb rates (DIY livery only £110 per calendar month) All stables are 12'x12' luxurious, internal Monarch stables. There is quality all year... > View Profile

Shropshire Veterinary Physiotherapy

Providing Equine and Canine Physiotherapy in Shropshire and surrounding counties. Specialising in treating muscular and skeletal problems, and rehabilitation following injury or operation. Experienced, qualified and fully insured . Member of National Association of Veterinary... > View Profile

Osteopathic Centre

My work with animals encompasses techniques that I have learned from training as an Osteopath, but also courses undertaken in other manual therapies, i.e, McTimoney-Corley Spinal Therapy, Massage Therapy, Equine Touch and Canine Hydrotherapy. Many animals suffer from back and... > View Profile

Equine Osteopath

Equine osteopathy is a hands-on treatment that helps to identify and help release restrictions in the musculoskeletal system, thus helping promote improved circulation to the joints and soft tissues.  Therefore with improved circulation comes better healing following... > View Profile

Head to Hoof - whole body treatment

Get better performance, temperament and behaviour. I look at the whole pattern, how everything all fits together and all works together as one whole system.  Then I do a full-body workover, paying particular attention to any trouble spots, to get your horse into the best... > View Profile

Active Equine Osteopathy

Active Equine Osteopathy offers an effective, drug-free treatment for your horse. Every treatment is unique and addresses your horse’s specific needs. At Active Equine Osteopathy we focus on the whole horse, as there is normally more to their injury than meets the eye.... > View Profile

Musculoskeletal Framework

Osteopathy is growing in popularity for animals and works on the same principles and theories as human osteopathy. Just as people suffer from stiffness, soreness, arthritic conditions, degeneration and wear and tear, so do animals. Although osteopathy is a relatively new... > View Profile

Craniosacral Therapy

Bucks Equine Canine and Human Therapy Practice specialises in Craniosacral, a very gentle, non invasive treatment, working on the body tissues on every level, from bone and muscle to membrane and fluids. There must be free unrestricted mobility in all body tissue and fluids for... > View Profile

Equine Osteopathy

Exercise is one of nature's best forms of improving the body's circulation. There are times when your horse may have to be placed on box rest or due to a restricted turn out programme may spend long periods of time in a stable. With osteopathic techniques circulation and... > View Profile

Osteopathy for Horse

Osteopathy can be hugely beneficial to all kinds of horses in all disciplines, and can help with so much more than simply back ache! As with humans Osteopathy with animals continues to recognise the importance of the link between the structure of the body and the way it... > View Profile

Sue Palmer - Equine Physio and Behaviourist

The benefits of massage include increased range of motion, enhanced performance, increased circulation, relieving muscle spasm and tension, whilst increasing muscle tone. Animals, like people, respond to physiotherapy. The purpose of physiotherapy is to restore and maintain... > View Profile

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