Veterinary Physiotherapy for your horse

The following is a list of example problems which can be aided with Veterinary Physiotherapy. For more detailed insight in to problems and treatments, head over to our Case Studies page.  

  1. Behaviour problems under saddle (bucking, rearing, bolting, spooking, napping... the list goes on!) 

  2. Sudden changes in behaviour 

  3. Under-performance at competitions and in training 

  4. Training difficulties: crookedness, not bending in one direction, 

  5. Back pain 

  6. Sensitive to saddle placement and girthing up

  7. Sensitive to bridle placement 

  8. Joint inflammation 

  9. Muscular pain and spasm 

  10. Tendon or ligament injury 

  11. Bone fractures 

  12. Kissing spine 

  13. Pre-habilitation before surgery 

  14. Post-surgery rehabilitation

  15. Abnormal biomechanics (the way your horse moves has changed or is ineffective). 

  16. Hoof imbalances and compensations resulting from these 

Veterinary Physiotherapy is not purely for injured or competition horses. Pony Club ponies, riding school horses, retired horses and happy hackers also experience the same muscle soreness, joint inflammation and compensations that competition horses do. 

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