Good Horse services in West Midlands

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West Midlands: Equine Physical Therapy

Liz is a fully qualified and insured McTimoney animal practitioner, having undertaken a MSc course at McTimoney College of Chiropractic and is registered with the McTimoney Animal Association which is the professional association responsible for setting and upholding standards... > View Profile

West Midlands: Kathryn Welland - Equine Physio

I am a qualified equine physio working in West Midlands, Warwickshire, Leicestershire and Northamptonshire. As An ACPAT (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy) member I am a fully qualified Chartered Physiotherapist (MCSP) having trained in physiotherapy... > View Profile

West Midlands: Alleviate Pain

Midlands Veterinary Physiotherapy provides a professional, quality, caring service for animals throughout the Midlands, South Yorkshire and the East of England. We are able to help to: Alleviate pain and improve quality of life, mobility, and function. Assist in the... > View Profile

West Midlands: Horse Manners

Horse behaviour problems can arise due to a number of issues. There is always a reason behind the behaviour be it pain, discomfort, fear, tension or learned misbehaviour. My methods are based on the research and science of horse behaviour and I take a holistic approach which... > View Profile

West Midlands: Regular Treatments

Jacky has been interested and involved in health and fitness from a very young age. A keen sports woman and animal enthusiast. Fully qualified in Swedish Body Massage and Bowen Therapy for people and Animals. An Animal Bowen treatment involves a series of gentle,... > View Profile

West Midlands: Saddle Fitter

Mel Lewis of Shropshire specialises in saddles, and more importantly fitting them. Achieving a wealth of experience over 25 years, being one of the first fully qualified Society of Master Saddlers saddle fitters, you can be assured you will receive the very best advice and... > View Profile

West Midlands: Di Stevens - Equine Physio

Di Stevens is a member of The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT) working in Shropshire and the West Midlands. Animals, like people, respond to physiotherapy. The purpose of physiotherapy is to restore and maintain mobility, function, independence... > View Profile

West Midlands: Equine Physiotherapy

Hi I am Emma Smith (ACPAT Registered), based in Cheshire ,  and the owner of Equine Canine Human Ltd.  Tailored assessments and treatments from an experienced Chartered Physiotherapist specialising in Veterinary Physio. Physiotherapy helps restore/maintain... > View Profile

West Midlands: Equine Osteopathy

Has your horse developed a musculoskeletal problem causing problems with lameness, gait, and tension? Have you noticed reluctance to canter, shorter strides or head carriage issues? These are common signs and symptoms that can affect the performance and behaviour of your horse... > View Profile

West Midlands: Physiotherapy Techniques

Front 2 Back is an holistic approach to animal care, taking into account the functioning of the whole body. The treatment process aims to realign the musculoskeletal system, beginning at the front of the horse, working through the back and into the hindquarters to create... > View Profile

West Midlands: Established Veterinary Laboratory

Abbey Veterinary Services is a well established diagnostic veterinary laboratory (founded in 1985) specialising in histopathology and cytopathology but also provides other services including clinical pathology (haematology, biochemistry, serology and endocrinology ) and... > View Profile

West Midlands: Emotional Problems

Hello! My name is Faye Stacey and I am a qualified animal communication practitioner. My aim is to help people improve their relationships with their animals, helping them to work through behavioural and emotional problems and have a greater understanding of each other. In... > View Profile

West Midlands: 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

West Midlands: Cure and Prevent

The Equine Recuperation and Therapy Centre offers a ‘Taylored’ programme of bespoke treatments for horses either recovering from injury/surgery or as a preventative measure. The centre is purpose built to offer the best possible care for your horses whether as a long... > View Profile

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