Initial Consultation and Assessment
Aprox Length: 1&1/2hrs
This involves a thorough assessment and discussion of your horses history. This is followed by full treatment.
Follow up or Maintenance Visits
Aprox Length: 1hr
Following initial consultation or previous treatment within a 4 month period
Inclusion of INDIBA incurs additional £5 to initial or follow up price and please allow for an additional 1/2 hr
Sole INDIBA and targeted mobilisation therapy
Aprox length 40mins
(only for clients deemed eligible following visit for maximum of 6 sessions and on a single area +£5 per area)
Ground Work Sessions
Aprox length: 40 mins
Tailored session consisting of appropriate strengthening exercises and incorporation of equipment for your horse and goals.
£5 off when a second horse receives treatment at the same yard. Or if over 20 mile radius travel fee is removed.
£10 off groundwork session if a follow up or INDIBA session is booked in conjunction.
Read About Just a Few of My Methods Here
The latest and best in monopolar radiofrequency technology. Providing therapeutic benefits through thermal and subthermal effects that stimulate tissue regeneration and recovery.
Full Static and Dynamic assessment (trot ups) and stress testing to evaluate your horses current physical status with comprehensive feedback and treatment plan to move forward with.
Influencing joints and muscles to encourage release through manually movements. Benefiting flexibility and health.
Help your horse to intuitively reset their posture through novel sensation helping them to connect to their feet.
Manual manipulation of soft tissues to alleviate discomfort and relax, helping towards realignment and health.
Non-invasive red light is proven for a huge range of musculoskeletal related issues by relieving pain and accelerating tissue regeneration.
T-Touch is a light sensory input technique suitable for the most sensitive horses to aid release of tension and guide their understanding
Specific and targeted movements that work to actively strengthen your equine with appropriate progression to help reach your goals.
Veterinary Referral Forms
Changes in guidance mean maintenance treatments no longer require a veterinary referral form. Please be aware that during a non-referred visit, there is potential that treatment may be deemed inappropriate or contraindicated if risk is identified during assessment. These concerns, if present will be discussed with you and may require discussion with your vet before proceeding. This is to ensure treatment is with you and your horses best interests in mind. Referral forms have still been made avalible below for those who require them.