When to Call a Therapist



 If your horse or dog is displaying any of the following symptoms,

             then they could benefit from a treatment:





  • Uneven gait/movement
  • Stiffness or pain following exercise
  • Signs of discomfort when stroked on their backs
  • Difficulty climbing stairs or getting into cars
  • Reluctance to exercise or reduced athletic performance
  • Crying out/ yelping when getting up
  • Behavioural changes
  • Appear "grumpy" 






  • Uneven gait/movement, irregular action
  • Uneven wear of shoes or hooves
  • Sore or cold backs
  • Problems form poorly fitting tack

  • Unexplained deterioration in usual performance
  • Ridden behavioural changes i.e. reluctance to jump/stand still when mounting, preferring one canter lead, bucking 
  • Uneven muscle development
  • Uncharacteristic changes in behaviour or temperament
  • Part of rehabilitation programme after Veterinary procedures
  • Facial asymmetry



 Please note that veterinary permission must be obtained for any professional, other than a vet, to treat an animal. This is a legal requirement as part of the revised Veterinary Exemptions Order (2015). 


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Rachel Hamer Mctimoney Animal Chiropractic and Equine Craniosacral Therapist
14 Birkfield Rd, Windermere. Cumbria.LA23 2AT
Telephone: 07841 525 217
Email: rachel@mctimoneynorthwest.co.uk
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