Horses can require physio to maintain fitness during work & competition or following injury, illness & surgery. From happy hackers to eventers, all types of horses of any level can benefit from physio

Horses can show subtle signs of pain or discomfort, which can be mistaken for behavioural problems or show as poor performance:

Horse Physiotherapy - joint mobilisation and stretching can help to improve range of movement, assisting in recovery and prevention form injuries 

Horse Physiotherapy - joint mobilisation and stretching can help to improve range of movement, assisting in recovery and prevention form injuries 

  • Lameness or stiffness
  • Behavioural issues or change in temperament e.g. rearing, napping, head shaking, pawing the ground, withdrawn, naughtiness
  • Dislike of being groomed, touched or shod 
  • Cold backed
  • Lack of straightness
  • Schooling issues e.g. stiffness on one rein, incorrect leg, reduced contact, disunited canter, poor transitions
  • Refusal or problems with jumping
  • Poor performance or inconsistency

4 Point Physio may be able to help your horse with the following problems:

  • Back pain
  • Bone, muscle, tendon or ligament injuries
  • Wounds & scar tissue
  • Joint problems such as arthritis or swelling
  • Reduced mobility & strength following surgery 
  • Loss of fitness, top line, muscle bulk & performance following rest or injury
  • Weight gain or obesity
  • Reduced mobility & activity in older horses

4 Point Physio provides tailored treatment to rehabilitate your horse using various tools:

Horse Physiotherapy - massage can help to reduce pain, tension and scar tissue

Horse Physiotherapy - massage can help to reduce pain, tension and scar tissue

  • Soft tissue massage & release 
  • Joint mobilisations
  • Active & passive stretches
  • Exercise therapy for mobility, strength, balance, symmetry & core stability
  • Tack & training aids advice
  • Electrotherapy - Laser, electromagnetic, muscle stimulation
  • Husbandary advice
  • Saddle & foot balance advice
  • Rider assessment & corrective programmes - click here

 

 

 

Prices:

Assessment + First Treatment: £60

Follow-up Treatment: £50