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Equine

Whether your horse is recovering from injury or surgery, has a long term chronic condition, is elderly or has suffered a loss in performance, we can carry out a full assessment and provide an appropriate treatment plan. Bounce Back Vet Physio treats horses and ponies from all walks of life from companion ponies to competition horses.

Signs your Horse may benefit from Physiotherapy:

  • Behavioural changes

  • Stiffness/leaning on one rein

  • Poor engagement of the hind-limbs

  • Sensitivity or discomfort during grooming

  • "Cold-backed" behaviours

  • Disunited canter

  • Decreased stride length

  • Toe drag

  • Hollowing

  • Behavioural changes- bucking, rearing, etc

  • Rushing on landing after a fence

  • Changes in temperament or behaviour

  • Resenting tacking up

  • Napping, rearing or bucking

  • Striking off on an incorrect canter lead

  • An unusually high or low head carriage

  • Stiffness on one rein

  • Uneven shoe wear

  • Loss of or uneven muscle tone

  • Performance deterioration

Equine Initial assessment and treatment £50

Equine follow up assessment and treatment £45

Discount available for multiple horses at same yard.

These prices are for yard visits and are inclusive of travel within our catchment area. 

Conditions Treated
  • Muscle strains or tears

  • Tendon injuries

  • Ligament injuries 

  • Kissing Spines

  • Arthritis

  • Locking Stifle

  • Sacroiliac Joint Issues

  • Reducing odema swelling

  • Improving range of motion

  • Improving post exercise recovery

  • Joint problems 

  • Back pain

  • Poor performance

  • Behavioural changes

  • Lameness & secondary lameness compensations

  • Asymmetry due to muscle imbalance

  • Nerve injuries

  • Post surgical rehabilitation

Treatments are designed for individual animals to ensure specific needs are met. 

Please ensure your horses coat is dry and free of mud and sprays to enable an effective assessment and treatment. Additionally your horse may need two or more days off following treatment so please avoid booking before competitions or planned events.