Engage your horses core

Category: education

I have some exciting news to share…! I am in the process of developing an online course: Engage Your Horses Core! I’m sooo exciting to be doing this, so that more of you can access what I do, and I can help you further with your horses!  This will be the first in a series […]

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Practical tips for managing & preventing laminitis

Category: education, laminitis

Practical tips for managing & preventing laminitis Unfortunately for some, we are now well into the spring/summer months which is the most difficult time of year for horses prone to laminitis. Although we now know through research that laminitis can happen at any time of year, as sugar increases or ‘spikes’ in grass for a […]

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Kissing spine

Category: education, kissing spine

‘Kissing spines’ Hi everyone, and welcome to my post about ‘Kissing Spine’. I hope there will be some useful information in here for you. Please follow me on Facebook and check my website regularly, as I am in the process of developing an Ebook and some training all about Kissing Spine… 10 years ago most […]

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Arcequine use

Category: education

  For all the new Arcequine owners! I thought I would write an article about how I use the Arc and some hints and tips as lots of you have taken up the current special discount offer… As of May 2020 the less than half price deal is still on – contact me for details […]

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Variable Feeding Positions

Category: education, feeding

Sometimes I am able to gain valuable knowledge from highly respected professionals in my industry and I just think “Wow! This is absolutely spot on, and I need to share this with my clients” I recently wrote about variable feeding positions and how this can affect our horses. But following on from what I learnt […]

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Horses and the dreaded arthritis…

Category: arthritis, education

As the winter weather is upon us and the cold, damp conditions become the daily norm, we need to think quite carefully about how these adverse changes will affect our horses.  Over the last few weeks I have seen a large number of horses with increased stiffness levels, in particular horses diagnosed with arthritis in […]

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Winter regimes. It doesn’t have to be as gloomy as the weather!

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I think we can all agree, Winter can be a really tricky time with our horses.  Long dark nights, adverse weather conditions and restricted or reduced turnout can seriously disrupt everything from exercise regimes to feeding routines and much more. It’s cold, dark, windy, wet and slippy… And that might be a good day! So […]

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Welcome!

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I am delighted to welcome you to my website and also tell you a bit more about my business.  I specialise in equine vet physiotherapy, spinal manipulation and rehabilitation therapy. I have recently embarked on an exciting new chapter for my business with the opening of a residential rehabilitation yard set in the idyllic Staffordshire […]

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