Equestrian Physiotherapist Animal Physiotherapy Equine Physiotherapist Horse Physio Horse Welfare






Caring & professional, Veterinary Physiotherapist & Master Saddle Fitting Consultant

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With a 30 year passion of caring for animals, with many cases both within domestic and competition-circuit environments,
your horse is in very good hands.

Welcome To Healthy Horse Physiotherapy

Healthy Horse Physiotherapy is dedicated to your horses care and wellbeing with a friendly, professional approach. Equine physiotherapy has become an integral component of many horses health routine, complementing conventional veterinary medicine.

Equine Physio

With proven benefits for a wide variety of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions, animals from all walks of life can benefit from physiotherapy, be it issues relating to poor performance, or following a surgical procedure

In conjunction with physiotherapy treatments, a well fitting saddle and bridle are an essential component of comfort and well being in the ridden horse.

IAAT Accredited Physiotherapist

The International Association of Animal Therapists is a body of trained professions to whom your animals care is paramount.

To ensure the highest standards, all members of IAAT are regulated and follow a strict code of conduct. Qualified Animal Physiotherapists having undergone extensive training and examination in both the theory and practical aspects of Animal Physiotherapy. After qualifying, all of our therapists are required to attend regular CPD to maintain high standards and keep up to date with the latest research.

All IAAT members only work with veterinary approval, gaining consent from your vet prior to your visit. This will make sure that any relevant history is obtained and that your vet is kept fully informed, ensuring protection for your animal. All of our therapists are comprehensively insured.

Recognised by all major insurance companies.

ASSVAP

The Association for the Scientific Study of Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapy is purely a scientific society and has no collaborations with any other organisation except for the Associate Parliamentary Group for Animal Welfare.

Members must, first and foremost, be scientists with a research interest in aspects of Veterinary Physiotherapy.

Benefits Of Physio

Some of the problems that can benefit from Equine Physiotherapy inclue:

  • Joint problems
  • Soft Tissue Injury
  • Nerve Injuries
  • Rider Related Issues
  • Poor performance
  • Lameness
  • Back Pain