Category: General News

Hawk Grips

Equine Physio Services – Assessment of Hawk Grips and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation application for Equine Specific Veterinary Physiotherapy Over the last 6 months I have been developing and exploring techniques of Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation (IASTM) using Hawk Grips as part of Veterinary Physiotherapy provision to equine patients. There are currently no… Read more »

New for 2018!

New Helper for 2018! We are so excited to now have administration support from Liz who will now be in charge of the diary and take all calls. You can contact her line directly on 07790334904, the main line will also go through on days that we are treating. New Tools! USA Company Hawk Grips… Read more »

Evening Talk with Howden and District Riding Club

Equine Physio Services were delighted to be invited to speak at Howden and District Riding Club’s seminar evening! The subject of interest was Gastric Ulcers, with Riding’s Equine Vets and Top Spec also speaking. It was a great night and raised money for the teams at this very new club! We look forward to seeing… Read more »

Brain, Pain or Training

We are delighted to announce that Brain, Pain or Training, written by veterinary physiotherapist and equine behaviorist Sue Palmer is now on sale. The book provides essential information for horse owners from a range of industry professionals including our contribution on the purpose and benefit of regular physiotherapy for your horse. Other contributors include Monty… Read more »

New Treatment Room!

….For Humans! Please take a look at our new treatment room. As a rider or as an athlete you can benefit from chartered physiotherapy, using a wide range of treatment modalities.   

Equestrian Trade News Article June 2017

Saddle Fitter of Physiotherapist? …How about both! Never has there been a more appropriate time to discuss the interaction of the horse, rider and saddle. At the 2017 National Equine Forum Dr Sue Dyson presented several studies addressing the impact that saddle fit plays on both the horse and rider and not least the negative… Read more »

Summer 2016 Success!

As the summer show season draws to a close its the perfect time to share some success stories and photos sent in from some of our horse and human clients… Caroline Saynor and her team Caroline has enjoyed an amazing season with several mentions in Horse and Hound for her success in both the show… Read more »

Pony Club Talk

Equine Physio Services was recently asked to present at the annual York and Ainsty pony club camp at Wetherby Racecourse. We had a great evening speaking about the role of a chartered veterinary physiotherapist and how to look after your pony’s back. We hope everyone enjoyed the evening and we look forward to seeing you… Read more »

Case Study

Horse Physiotherapy

The successful use of veterinary physiotherapy in the management and rehabilitation of surgically corrected over-riding dorsal spinous processes. Summary A 17 year old thoroughbred mare presented for resection of over-riding dorsal spinous processes (ODSP’s) diagnosed on radiographic examination. Surgery involved the complete removal of the spinous processes of three vertebrae. Referral to veterinary physiotherapy was… Read more »

Accreditations

Equine Physio Services are dedicated to the provision of chartered physiotherapy for the needs of both horses and riders in the north of England and as such are proud members of the following regulatory bodies: The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) The HCPC is the regulatory body that governs all formal health care practice… Read more »