Physiotherapy Services

Equine / large animal

£60 initial assessment 

£55 follow-up appointments 

£30 Assessment and advice only  


Firstly, the animal’s medical history is taken, along with details their management (shoeing, tack, dentistry, turnout) as it may affect their physiotherapeutic management. The initial assessment then comprises observing posture, gait, behaviour and movement patterns. Then a physical assessment tests range of movement, palpation, and any further special tests. The horse or animal must have a competent handler to ensure safety and welfare of all involved. 

Treatments depend on the assessment findings, and may involve discussion of management plans, soft tissue work (including myofascial release, trigger point therapy), joint mobilisations, electrotherapy (TENS, muscle stimulation, LASER, electromagnetic therapy), exercise prescription and/or taping (including Kinesio taping).

Canine / feline / small animal

£60 initial assessment 

£45 follow-up appointments  


As with all animals, the current Veterinarian is first consulted, to discuss the animal’s history and veterinary treatment plan, which ensures safest and most effective practice for the animal’s welfare. The initial assessment then includes observation of postures, gait, behaviour and movement patterns. Then a physical assessment includes palpation, range of movement, specific joint and muscle testing, and neurological assessment if relevant. As part of assessment often looks for a source of pain, the animal must have a competent handler to ensure minimal stress to the animal and safety of all involved.  

Treatment options depend on assessment findings, and can include exercise prescription, soft tissue work, joint mobilisations, electrotherapy, taping, splinting, and discussion of management plans liaising with the vet.

Rider / human

£60 initial assessment (on land) 

£45 follow-up appointments 

£30 ridden assessment + advice only  


Assessment of a human may entail observation of postures both ridden and on the ground, functional movement patterns and strength. Muscle lengths, joint ranges of movement, palpation and any specific tests are assessed for the person’s complaint. 

Treatments may then include exercise prescription, soft tissue work, joint mobilisations, taping, and education regarding the problem.

Travel

Based in East Grinstead 

Within 5 miles: Free 

5-10 miles: £5 

10-15 miles: £10 

15+ miles: £15

Multiple animals in one location will 

receive discounted rates of travel.




What can Physiotherapy treat?

Please click the link to see some examples of conditions treatable with physiotherapy.

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