Whether your horse is a high-level competition animal or a family hack, they are all susceptible to injury.  Subtle changes in behaviour or performance can be an early indicator that something is not quite right.

You might notice that they have difficulty striking off on the correct canter lead or seem unable to bend to one side, refuse a jump or knock poles they would normally clear.  Perhaps your horse pins its ears when the saddle appears, bucks while saddled, saddle slips while riding, or they have girthing issues.  Or your horse has cut itself and is slow to heal.

Regular physiotherapy can also pick up subtle signs before they become bigger, or more chronic problems.

As an animal physiotherapist, I will work in collaboration with your veterinary surgeon, equine dentist, farrier, saddle fitter, etc., to ensure the best treatment program is created for your horse to regain optimum performance levels.

Common Conditions

Kissing spines – conservative and post-surgical management

Back problems including saddle related issues

Acute or chronic injuries to muscle, bone, tendon, ligament

Joint problems and diseases

Muscular imbalances – atrophy, asymmetric muscle development

Pain management

Wound management

Age related issues – stiffness, reduced function & weakness

Post surgery rehabilitation


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Please note, for initial assessment, it may be necessary to have your tack available, especially saddle with numnas, gel pads, etc.

How does your saddle fit?

Saddle Fit

Long Reining

Long Reining

How is your horse’s foot balance?

Foot Balance