Horses are no longer just the working animal; they enrich the lives of their owners and trainers as valued companions and highly trained athletes. 

Equine Osteopathy is the specific application of the principles and standards developed in the human osteopathy, translated,  adapted and modified to the special structural and physical needs of the equine animal. 

Consistent mobility, flexibility and quality of movement are vital to a horse - it is the basis of everything an animal does and lives for. 

Using specific osteopathic diagnostic techniques, animal osteopaths will assess the reasons for pain or poor performance and provide appropriate advice and treatment. Regular osteopathic care has proven to protect against injury and to improve performance - done for top animal competitors, for ‘leisure’ animals and for family pets.

Benefits of Osteopathic Care

  • Improvement in overall health;
  • Improved performance;
  • Improved joint mobility;
  • Improved vascular and lymphatic drainage;
  • Decreased pain and muscle imbalance.
  • Diminished likelihood of further re-injury.