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SyncThermology

Equine and Canine Thermography Screening - Our screening service is non-invasive, low cost and 100% safe. Our technology is mobile and provides a thorough examination of your horse's physiology. Thermography has been recognised as a useful tool in the identification of... > View Profile

Intuitive Horsemanship - Horse Behaviour Specialist

I provide Training and Rehabilitation for Horses through communication rather than force. My holistic Equine Assessment Report covers all aspects of your horse's personality, intelligence and athletic potential. I have over 20 years of experience training, riding and dancing... > 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

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

Equine Osteopathy

I'm Sara Chittleburgh and my passion is helping to improve the lives of horses and dogs through massage and manipulation. I'm a qualified Equine Body Worker and hold a Diploma in Animal Manual Therapy from the European School of Animal Osteopathy. Animals are no... > View Profile

Chanctonbury Osteopathy

Jenny Hammond is an animal osteopath specialising in the treatment of horses (equine osteopathy) across the South East of England, covering West and East Sussex, Hampshire and Surrey. An Osteopath for animals applies the same principles to that of people, manually treating the... > View Profile

Garnes Osteopathy

Justine Garnes began her osteopathic degree at the British School of Osteopathy in London and qualified with a Masters Degree in Osteopathy in 2010. Since being qualified, Justine has been working as a self-employed osteopath treating private and NHS patients in... > View Profile

Equine and Canine Osteopath

Osteopathy is great for animals of all shapes and sizes. It works using the same principles developed and used on humans. Common problems and conditions helped: Gait problems; slow to warm up, reluctance to stride out, poor collection, tracking up, better on one rein,... > View Profile

McTimoney Chiropractor - GCC registered - people and animals

I am Fiona Dowdell, I qualified as a McTimoney Chiropractor in 1997 and in  McTimoney Animal Chiropractic  in 1999.  I am registered with the GCC and am approved by a comprehensive range of insurance companies for both human, equine and canine treatment.  I own and run The... > View Profile

Osteopathy Treatment

Animal osteopathy (also known as veterinary osteopathy) is the name given to osteopathy when it is applied to animals. Animal osteopaths most commonly treat horses, dogs and cats. They can also occasionally treat other household pets such as rabbits. All animal osteopaths are... > 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

Osteopathy Clinic

Most horse riders will appreciate that if they ride unevenly the horse doesn’t move evenly, or even comfortably. If you’re sensible you’ll visit an osteopath as soon as possible after a major injury, (providing nothing is broken), not only to speed up recovery... > View Profile

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