What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapists can help people and animals affected by injury or illness. This can be; through movement, exercise, manual therapy, education and advice.

Physiotherapy is about maintaining health for Human or Animal clients of all ages helping to manage pain and prevent disease. Above all taking a holistic approach to each individual case.

Physiotherapy helps to encourage development and facilitate recovery, enabling independence.

Does my horse need Physiotherapy?

Prevention is better than cure so even if you think there is nothing wrong. It is better to have someone look at your horse regularly. Regular assessment and treatment can pick up on subtle signs a problem is starting to develop and any concerns actioned early before a problem becomes chronic.

Physiotherapy can treat a range of issues. We try to be as holistic as possible in our approach. Every therapist works slightly differently. Feel free to call or email Juliet to discuss.

Before visiting a new client, Juliet will have to gain consent from your Vet in order to assess and treat your horse. This is compulsory and by law. Any Therapist treating your horse should do this.

You may be able to claim the cost of Physiotherapy through your insurance company depending on the issue. Check with your insurance company. Balance is due at the time of treatment.

Human Physiotherapy

Juliet does treat human patients – at present this service is being developed, call her to discuss your requirements on 07813 026153.

It’s always a pleasure to work with Juliet. She very much wants what is best for the horse. The horses enjoy her treatment and appreciate what she does for them. Friendly, professional, reliable and helpful. Very caring and good guidance for exercises to do with the horses.

Julia Bradford and her horses Maisie (the grey) and Blackwack aka Wackie