PERFORMANCE THERAPY FOR YOUR HORSE

Amy Pakenham

BSc (Hons) Equine Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation,
Equinology Equine Body Worker,
K-Active Taping Therapist,
Veterinary Physiotherapy Student. 

Having worked in the competitive equine industry for 6 years, I developed a passion for dealing with equine injuries and maintating performance health of the horse. 
Currently studying MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy enables me to bring the most up to date therapies and research to your horse. 

DOES MY HORSE NEED A MASSAGE?

Stiffness on one rein                                                                                                                   Reluctance to work into contact

Reluctance to canter on one or both leads                                                                    Dislikes being groomed

Hollow backed                                                                                                                                Cold backed

Unlevelness                                                                                                                                       Uneven stride pattern

Holding tail to one side                                                                                                               Head tilting 

Falling in on circle                                                                                                                           Difficulty tracking up

Health maintenance                                                                                                                     Well-being

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Any symptom of poor performance can be an indication of tension or soft tissue damage, that can be alleviated by massage.