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What is Veterinary Physiotherapy?

Veterinary physiotherapy is the practice of using various manual techniques (such as massage), exercises and electrotherapies to reduce pain and improve function for animals. We work alongside your vet to help you and your four legged companion reach your goals no matter how big or small.

What is Veterinary Physiotherapy?
Horse in Stable

How It Can Help

  • Identifying issues

  • Reducing Risk of Injury

  • Post Injury or surgery Rehabilitation and recovery

  • Pain Management

  • Addressing changes in behaviour

  • Optimising health and wellbeing

  • Performance Goals 

This is achieved by:
  • Reducing areas of Tension, Stiffness and Inflammation

  • Improving Posture, Balance and Gait

  • Relaxation and Temperament

  • Helping your horse understand proprioception (spatial awareness)

How it can help

About Charlotte Bolding  

 Veterinary Physiotherapist BSc Hons  

I graduated from Harper Adams University in 2021 with a 2:1 in Veterinary Physiotherapy (Bsc Hons). I have ridden from the age of 5 and have owned horses since I was 13. I have also worked with a variety from a young age including with race horses in Australia. Throughout my work I have shadowed a range of practitioners and accessed a broad field of techniques and methods which I incorporate into my own approach and tailor to your horses individual needs. 

My aim is to bring forward the latest knowledge and evidence based physiotherapy practices, as well as assessing all aspects of wellbeing and providing you with support for the best outcome. I am passionate about providing holistic and complete therapy to help horses and their people to understand each other and reach their full potential together. 

About Charlotte Bolding
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