Is your horse stiff or un-level?
Do they always go better on one rein?
Do you think they are uncomfortable?
Do they take a long time to warm up?
Osteopathy for horses works on the same principles and theory as human osteopathy but with specific modified osteopathic techniques to take in the difference between the human and equine anatomy.
Horses usually respond very well to treatment.
On a first visit, the Osteopath will take a detailed case history and watch your horse walk and trot up before conducting a full osteopathic examination and then provide treatment if appropriate.
Louise treats horses in East Sussex and does require veterinary permission to treat your horse which she can arrange.
Are you and your horse working on something together?
Whether it be getting to Hickstead or getting right canter!
We can help...
We treat both horse and rider to ensure that you are both in tip top condition.
As well as osteopathic treatment. We can advise on strength and conditioning exercises and stretches for both you and your horse.
Louise Field graduated from the European School of Osteopathy achieving a Integrated Masters Degree in Osteopathy. As well as a general interest in osteopathy for patients of all ages, her passion is in treating horses and riders. Louise's previous sporting interest and qualifications (BSc) in Equine Sports Science, has driven her to work with enhancing sports performance and rehabilitation, especially focusing on strengthening and conditioning both horse and rider.
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