Equine Physiotherapy

Equine physiotherapy is widely recognised to aid performance and enhance healing times associated with injury.

A physiotherapist will be able to detect subtle changes to your horse's musculoskeletal frame work, thus preventing and reducing the risk of injury. The combination of clinical palpation and gait analysis will allow us to create a unique treatment programme to enhance your horse's performance and overall wellbeing.

How do I know if My Horse Needs Physiotherapy?

You may notice some of the following as symptoms of your horse being uncomfortable of which we can assist with.

  • Disruption to performance

  • Head tilting

  • Altered behaviour

  • Lameness

  • Cold backed

  • Difficulty with schooling and jumping

  • Bucking, rearing and/or napping

  • Reduced hind limb engagement

How can a Veterinary Physiotherapist help your Horse?

​As on our previous page, we use a mix of equipment, skills and experience to treat and relieve the following;

  • Back pain 

  • Neck pain

  • Pelvic pain 

  • Soft tissue injuries

  • Swellings

  • Would healing and tissue repair

  • Joint impairment 

These lists are not exhausted, do not hesitate to get in contact if you feel physiotherapy may be of benefit for your horse.