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Massage Treatment

Equine massage therapy has both psychological and physiological benefits for your horse. Working with a number of techniques I can detect, resolve and heal various malfunctions that may be present in your horses body, helping to restore both psychological & physiological health in the horse.

When a muscle houses muscular tension, through the law of cause and effect your horse will develop a form of compensatory locomotion resulting in neuro-muscualr stress transferring to other areas of the body via the stress point cycle pathways and the development of stress and trigger points.

Due to the vast number of benefits of equine massage therapy it is suitable for younger, older, competition & pleasure horses alike. There are some contraindications to equine massage therapy therefore there may be occasions I will be unable to treat your horse, in which case I will need to refer your horse back to their registered Veterinary Surgeon until they grant permission for me to apply any treatment.

The Veterinery Act 1966 states:

19.24   Musculoskeletal maintenance care for a healthy animal, for instance massage, does not require delegation by a veterinary surgeon. However, the animal must still be registered with a veterinary surgeon. Maintenance should cease and the owner of the animal should be asked to take their animal to a veterinary surgeon for clinical examination at the first sign that there may be any underlying injury, disease or pathology. Alternatively, the musculoskeletal therapist may ask the client for formal consent to disclose any concerns to the veterinary surgeon that has their animal under their care.

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Massage Treatment

Equine massage therapy has both psychological and physiological benefits for your horse. Working with a number of techniques I can detect, resolve and heal various malfunctions that may be present in your horses body, helping to restore both psychological & physiological health in the horse.

When a muscle houses muscular tension, through the law of cause and effect your horse will develop a form of compensatory locomotion resulting in neuro-muscualr stress transferring to other areas of the body via the stress point cycle pathways and the development of stress and trigger points.

Due to the vast number of benefits of equine massage therapy it is suitable for younger, older, competition & pleasure horses alike. There are some contraindications to equine massage therapy therefore there may be occasions I will be unable to treat your horse, in which case I will need to refer your horse back to their registered Veterinary Surgeon until they grant permission for me to apply any treatment.

The Veterinery Act 1966 states:

19.24   Musculoskeletal maintenance care for a healthy animal, for instance massage, does not require delegation by a veterinary surgeon. However, the animal must still be registered with a veterinary surgeon. Maintenance should cease and the owner of the animal should be asked to take their animal to a veterinary surgeon for clinical examination at the first sign that there may be any underlying injury, disease or pathology. Alternatively, the musculoskeletal therapist may ask the client for formal consent to disclose any concerns to the veterinary surgeon that has their animal under their care.

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