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Equine Physiotherapy

Equine veterinary physiotherapy plays a crucial role in maintaining the health and performance of horses, aiding in their recovery from injuries or surgeries, and contributing to their overall quality of life. It involves the application of various physical therapies to aid in the rehabilitation, maintenance, and improvement of performance in horses. 

Equine physiotherapists work in collaboration with veterinarians, farriers, saddle fitters, nutritionists and trainers to create comprehensive treatment plans tailored to each horse's individual needs. This could include rehabilitating injuries, managing chronic conditions, optimizing performance in competitive horses, or supporting the overall health and well-being of horses across various disciplines.

Common conditions aided by veterinary physiotherapy

Tendon and Ligament injuries

Osteoarthritis

Kissing Spines (Overriding dorsal spinous processes)

Sacroiliac dysfunction

Navicular Disease

Windgalls (Chronic tendon inflammation)

TMJ Pain

If your horse has recently started showing behaviour changes, struggles on a certain reign, tries to bite when you tack up or gets fidgety with the farrier, contact us today to arrange a free phone consultation and let's get to the bottom of why.

Services available

Full body soft tissue, orthopaedic and neurological assessment

Home environment assessment

Deep tissue massage

Fascial release

Joint mobilisations

Remedial exercises and stretches

Therapeutic Ultrasound

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy

Always consult your vet if your animal is showing signs of pain or discomfort. Tails Therapy is not able to diagnose any ailments or recommend any medications.

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