Many horses can benefit from Physiotherapy, if you are uncertain whether it may be right for your horse please feel free to contact me to discuss your options, or have a chat with your vet. Physiotherapy can help with the following conditions plus many more:

  • Neck/Back/Pelvic Pain
  • Saddle fit problems
  • Muscle injury
  • Tendon Injury
  • Wounds
  • Conpensations secondary to lameness
  • Joint conditions
  • Poor performance
  • Following Surgery

Performance Problems

  • One-sidedness
  • Difficulty maintaining a good outline
  • Refusing at jumps, bucking, rearing
  • Inconsistent performance
  • Preferring one canter lead

The Working Horse
Routine checks on horses in regular work can often pick up minor changes in movement patterns which, when addressed early, can avoid potential for injuries to occur. Physiotherapy can also help to enhance movement and flexibility before competition, then to support tissue repair and health afterwards. Just like human athletes make good use of their Physio, so our equine athletes can too.

The Injured Horse
Physiotherapy is often utilised following Veterinary diagnosis and treatment to assist in supporting your horse back to good health and function.

The Older Horse
Physiotherapy can help reduce aches, pains and stiffness in the older horse, consequently improving quality of life for your veteran.