Good Horse services in Wiltshire

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Wiltshire: Equine Indiba Therapy

The Equine Indiba system, is a new adaptation, specifically for use in animals, of Indiba®, a system that has been used successfully to treat humans, since 1983. The Indiba® system is used for medical aesthetic, trauma and physiotherapy, and medical applications in humans, and... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Equine Therapy

Grace has been heavily involved in handling, riding, breeding, breaking and racing all her life. After obtaining an honours degree in Equine Science from the University of Limerick in Ireland, graduating at the top of her class and winning the Ford Prize for excellence in Equine... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Animal Chiropractic

Sue has always had a special interest in horses and she qualified as a vet from Bristol University in 1983. Sue joined The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society and enrolled on a one year course to study acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in depth. In 2000 she... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Safe Treatment

Helen Jacks-Hewett is a McTimoney Animal Practitioner and Sports Massage Therapist providing safe and effective treatment for horses and small animals. Helen is fully trained and insured to use a variety of techniques including: Static assessment and gait... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Care for All

We are a prestigious well equipped equine hospital situated in the heart of the Cotswolds since 1951. The practice has 11 equine vets working from a purpose built clinic mid-way between Bourton-on-the-Water and Stow-on-the-Wold. We pride ourselves on offering an excellent... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Will to Succeed

Having spent far too long shouting down telephones in the City (and elsewhere), George was granted a licence to train by the BHA at the beginning of 2008. Music Box Express was his first runner on March 1st of that year, and became the yard's first winner later the same... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Turn Out Services

Harris Croft was established in 1986 and was one of the first yards to gain approval by the British Horse Society. We have a total of 44 modern stables with rubber matting for DIY Livery customers. Prices are all inclusive of home grown hay, haylage, straw, grazing, use of... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Equine Veterinary Acupuncture and Behaviour

Experienced Equine Veterinary Surgeon with further qualifications in Acupuncture, Sports Massage and interest in Equine Behaviour. Acupuncture and Massage can benefit a multitude of conditions from those affecting the musculoskeletal system to poor performance. Behaviour... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Combat Pain

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... > View Profile

Wiltshire: 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

Wiltshire: Equine Manipulation therapy

Anthony Webber has always enjoyed a natural affinity with horses. Born and raised at Cropredy Lawn in North Oxfordshire, on the farm and racehorse training base of his late father John and now his brother Paul, it was natural that horses soon became a way of life for... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Tip Top Condition

Jo Heuff is a fully qualified, registered and insured McTimoney Animal Therapist covering the South West of England. Jo treats all varieties of animals but specialises in horses and dogs. Her clients range from "happy hackers" to Grand Prix dressage horses, show... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Carrie Mattinson - Equine Physio

Carrie Mattinson is a member of The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT) working in Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire and Hampshire. Animals, like people, respond to physiotherapy. The purpose of physiotherapy is to restore and maintain mobility,... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Rebecca Sedgwick- Equine Physio

I am a Chartered Physiotherapist registered with ACPAT (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy), qualified to treat humans and animals. I also have extensive experience within the equine industry. Physiotherapy aims to restore function and performance... > View Profile

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