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What is Equine Osteopathy?

Horses, like humans also suffer from musculoskeletal complaints!  We ask a lot more of our horses in this day and age and Equine Osteopathy and Sports Massage can help with a number of issues:

  • Injuries following a fall
  • Poor performance
  • Changes to gait or stride length
  • Reluctance to trot or canter on certain reins
  • General back pain (including Kissing Spines)
  • Behavioural changes including bucking, rearing, napping, kicking,
  • Refusing to jump
  • Head shyness
  • Arthritis
  • Tendon or ligament overstrain.

The owner/rider/groom must be present to hold the horse during evaluation and treatment.

Aftercare & Follow up Appointments

After treating if appropriate, advice will be provided on rest, stretches and exercise that the owner can perform with their horse. Follow-up treatments will then be discussed with the owner. Many horses respond rapidly to their first treatment, while other horses may need multiple treatments over the course of a few weeks or months.

Veterinary Act 1966 (Sec 19)

In accordance with The Veterinary Act 1966 (Sec 19) permission from your treating vet will be required prior to treatment. 

Please email or call to arrange an appointment.