Full history taken, full assessment of your horse including gait analysis (walk/trot up in-hand, on the lunge or ridden), and full physical assessment.

The Vet Act states that therapists must seek vet permission to treat any horse, so this needs to be completed prior to me seeing your horse - please contact me to discuss.

Electrotherapy macines:

  • PEMF (pulsed electromagnetic field therapy)
  • Red light phototherapy/laser
  • Electrostimulation
  • Therapeutic ultrasound
  • Microcurrent Technology
  • Equissage


massage, soft tissue release work, stretches, injury site mobilisation, joint mobilisation



A specifically written, and monitored, rehabilitation plan for your horse and his injury. Whether this is post-injury, post-joint medication, post-surgery, general strengthening after time off, rehabilitation after saddle issues (muscle damage) - each issue requires a different approach to rehabilitation.


Spinal Manipulation

Manipulation of the spine, pelvis and limbs is an essential part of recovery after injury, and also can be used as an ongoing maintenance of spinal and body health, enabling horses to work at their optimum levels, without restriction.