Look at the benefits
- Pain Relief
- Increased Performance
- Quicker recovery time after injury
- Minimised risk of injury
- Improve overall health and vitality
- Non-invasive, tailored treatments
- Covered by all major insurance groups
Are You Interested in Joining the Team?We are looking for qualified, dedicated and passionate equine osteopaths to join our team.
Interested?If so, please contact Bruce Hewett on:
Getting the best from your horse By relieving pain, preventing injury and maximising movement and performance
Mob : +44 (0) 7736 423 798
Tel : +44 (0) 1352 731 818
No one knows your horse as well as you. Have you noticed ...
- Reduced level of performance
- Problems with the horses gait
- Reluctance to trot/canter on certain reins
- Changes in Behaviour, bucking, bolting, rearing, refusing to jump, kicking.
- Diagnosed conditions, such as degenerative arthritis and lameness.
- Uneven muscle bulk, obvious sores, white hairs, friction rubs, temporary swelling or hard spots in the muscle or skin.
- Swishing the tail, holding the tail to one side
- Maintaining mobility in competition horses.
- Injuries resulting from falls, training, or other activities
- Stressful situations, due to horses conformation, various riding and training equipment, incorrect rider position.
- Cold Back
- Head tossing and general problems with head carriage
- Sacroliac Lesion
- Tendon injury, or ligament overstrain
- Back disorder lameness
CLICK on the movie above to see Bruce at WorkThis video was shot at Arley Moss Equestrian Centre in Cheshire where Bruce pays frequent visits to assess and treat horses. Thanks to the management and staff at the centre for their help in the filming.
Our qualifications entitle you to claim from your insurance company for any treatment we carry out on your behalf, provided that it has been sanctioned by your vet.
Call us, we can help
Mob : +44 (0) 7736 423 798 Tel : +44 (0) 1352 731 818 The Pain Relief Centre, Church Street, Flint, North Wales, CH6 5AF