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Mobile Services

At your yard or at your home

  • All initial assessments include comprehensive assessment and treatment reports with recommended exercises if applicable.

  • Payment is due on the day of treatment by card or cash, unfortunately being a sole trader I’m unable to offer invoice based credit agreements. BACS by prior agreement.

  • Cancellations can be made 24 hours prior to the appointment time. Cancellations made within 24 hours of the appointment time, even if rescheduled, will incur full payment of the session.

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Tailored Exercise Programmes

Rehabilitating or Strengthening


  • Static, Dynamic and Ridden (for horses) assessments

  • TENS/NMES Muscle Stimulation / Pain Relief

  • Low Level Laser Therapy / Photobiomodulation

  • Shortwave Ultrasound

  • PEMFT (Pulsed Electronic Magnetic Field Therapy)

  • Indiba Radiofrequency Therapy*

  • Hot and Cold Therapy (Thermotherapy and Cryotherapy)

  • A variety of massage techniques

  • Kinesiology Taping

  • Myofascial Release

  • Trigger Point Therapy

  • Targeted Therapeutic Stretches

  • Dynamic Mobilisation Exercises

  • Joint Manipulations

  • "Pamper Sessions" if you just want to offer your beloved horse or dog a little treat


Vet Consent Rules - 

It is a legal requirement for therapists (Physio, Chiro, Osteo or Massage) to obtain veterinary consent to treat any animal unless it is for maintenance purposes. This is to ensure correct care of your animal. Consent is free and can be obtained by me as your physiotherapist to take the hassle away if you request it.

Physiotherapy for maintenance or prevention does not require vet consent. Similarly, previous, old or historic injuries which are no longer under veterinary care and are back to normal functioning, do not require vet consent.

Where your horse or dog has a present complaint or problem, has suffered an injury, undergone a surgical procedure or has a degenerative condition and is currently under veterinary care, veterinary consent will be required prior to assessment and treatment. If your horse or dog suddenly doesn’t look sound, where lameness and pain is apparent or they are suddenly very off-colour this requires veterinary intervention first.

There are numerous reasons for this;


  1. To ensure any treatment I give is not detrimental to your animal and the underlying condition. For example, if we don’t know if the complaint relates to a tendon or arthritis, I won’t be able to effectively treat it as treatment is very different for these conditions, but clinical signs can be similar.

  2. Certain medication can be contraindicated for some electrotherapy’s and such alike so I need to ensure nothing I do contradicts veterinary treatment.

  3. Only vets have diagnostic capabilities and the correct equipment for doing so. In order for me to effectively treat, I need a diagnosis


Team work makes the dream work and especially so far as equine care is concerned, it often takes the physio, vet, farrier, saddle fitter, trainer and nutritionist to combine knowledge and efforts for optimal care of your beloved horses.

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