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October 30, 2016

 

Thanks Jon for the review. Means a lot when people give such nice feedback. The different approach he talks about is actually assessing him as a whole and not just the painful body part!

It also includes education about the potential cause of pain (acute injury with...

October 30, 2016

Amazing the difference one session of physio and the right exercises can make in the OAP equine patient!


As ponies/horses get older the lordotic (dipped) back posture with decreased topline is very common. This is due to several factors including decreased muscle mass...

October 27, 2016

No time wasted driving to and from a clinic, no hassle or cost of parking, evening appointments available to help fit physio treatment into your busy schedule....all for just £50 an hour (Wirral/ Chester/ Liverpool) or £75 (North Wales/ Manchester/ Lancashire)! Why wou...

October 26, 2016

Having worked in professional sports for years there are lots of gadgets and equipment which clubs will spend ££££££££s on. Alter G treadmills are hundreds of thousands of pounds and are a great investment for rehabilitating players but did any of these medical departm...

October 25, 2016

This article highlights just what I feel so strongly about.... that as a rider you have to look after yourselves as well as your horse.

http://www.anatomy-physiotherapy.com/14-systems/musculoskeletal/2029-common-overuse-injuries-in-horse-riders

How you move and what you...

October 21, 2016

 Great point made by Gina Lomas Equestrian - Rider/Trainer/Coach- hacking out gives horses a break from schooling. Flat work and jump schooling and lessons can be hard work and intense for horses and ponies. They use the same muscles, do the same movements, on the same...

October 17, 2016

Had two horses today who have come on leaps and bounds with treatment and rehabilitation. In hand exercising is hard work and time consuming for owners but you can see great results when the plan is followed!


First time for Jackie on Jimmy today following a long time n...

October 13, 2016

Pegasus will part of RAMP (Registered Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners) as soon as it becomes live!

I think the creation of RAMP (Registered Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners) is a brilliant way of providing animal owners and Vets with an informed choice of who t...

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