Know your Therapist!

How to tell the differences between equine chiropractor, vet physiotherapist, equine massage therapist and bodyworker

Part 2: Core Exercises for your horse

Short article on exercises that will help develop strong and resilient core muscles for your horse

Part one: Core Muscles of the Horse

Short discussion about the muscles that make up a horses core, location and function.

Musculoskeletal pain: Potential causes in horses

Small blog about possible cause of musculoskeletal pain in horses

Equine Joint Supplements

Joint supplements, risk factors of osteoarthritis and joint damage and what needs to be present in a joint supplement for it to be effective

Horse Pilates: Encouraging core engagement through movement

What is Horse Pilates? A little insight into what horse Pilates

Case Study Part Two: Road to Recovery

The last part of Willows treatment and recovery from her lameness

Case Study Part One: Complex Lameness

Willow the complex case of lameness This case follows the assessment and treatment of a 19 year old horse, Willow. It shows the complexity of a case that has multiple factors interacting together and that by viewing the horse as…

Why get your horse massaged?

When I tell people that I am qualified to massage both humans and horses, I often get asked, "Why would you massage a horse?" I never get asked, "Why massage a human?" As a result I often want to throw…

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