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Services Available 

For both equine and canine patients, sessions will consist of: 

  • Case history: noting down vital information regarding the history and future goals for the patient.

  • Static assessment: consisting of observing the posture and overall conformation of the patient.

  • Dynamic assessment: seeing how the patient moves. For canine this will involve , walk and trot, while equine also includes this and potentially ridden, on the lunge, canter, circling and backing up. 

  • Palpation: this involves feeling the patient all over for areas of tightness or reactivity.  

  • Targeted range of motion assessment: based on the assessment, ROM will be performed on all the joints to develop a baseline measurement. 

  • Treatment: consisting of electrotherapy's*, manual therapies**, kinesiology taping (equine) and exercise plans***.

  • Post session care and exercises until their next session: this will include a demonstration of exercises, management advice and a report of the session emailed over within the week. 

Each session will be adapted for the individual horse or dog, with focus on aiding pain, functionality, performance and overall well-being.




These include:

  • Photomodulation (class 3b laser)

  • Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMFT)

  • Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES)

  • Transcutaneus Electircal Nerve Stimulation (TENS)

  • Cold/hot therapy (Epiony heat pad)

  • Shortwave ultrasound (1MHz and 3MHz)


Manual therapies**

These include:

  • Massage

  • Stretching 

  • Passive range of motion (PROM)

  • Myofascial release 


Remedial exercise plan***

A comprehensive plan developed to support the patient alongside and between sessions to maximise physiotherapy benefits. 

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