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Mc timoney animal manipulation technique


Mctimoney animal manipulation technique is most useful for horses muscle pain.

Mctimoney animal manipulation technique is most useful for horses muscle pain.

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  • 1. MACTIMONEY PRACTITIONER | EQUINE SPORTS MASSAGE Discover McTimoney Animal Manipulation Technique for your Horse You can get equine body work withequinenergy body work Hertfordshire based. If you are have horses then you will need to ensure they remain in top shape. You can do this by turning to equinenergy body work Hertfordshire based. Professionals here will be able to help your horses locally and in the safest manner so as to ensure perfect health. You can use McTimoney animal manipulation to take care of your horse. Well nurtured horses remain fit for longer, are happier and more productive. Equine body work is part of the portfolio of care techniques used to keep horses in optimum condition and comprises a staged set of processes.
  • 2. First there is a review of the animal’s history: its past and existing conditions, its exercise regime and the current management programme. This informs the subsequent examination by helping to identify factors contributing to muscle and joint issues such as soreness or misalignment. It should be noted that a fall, accident or lameness mandates prior attention by a veterinarian before treatment may progress. The horse is then examined with special attention to musculature and accupoints while observing carefully the animal’s responses to the examination. The animal’s gait is evaluated standing, walking and trotting, carrying a rider as necessary and lunging if required. Issues identified are addressed by a recuperative strategy agreed with the owner and follow-up appointments are scheduled. Initial follow-up treatment begins with a whole-body palpitation before progressing to adjustments or massage while observing the horse’s responses which may include licking or chewing. The favoured technique is McTimoney animal manipulation, adapted from human chiropractice. An advisory commentary is provided to the handler as the treatment progresses.
  • 3. Body work comprises two main approaches. The first is Equine Sports Massage Therapy, or Equine Accupressure (ESM). Non- invasive and therapeutic, the technique is also used by human athletes. Both a prevention therapy and a means of accelerating recovery from certain injuries, if applied properly it can also increase a horse’s physical performance. The second approach is Equine Craniosacral Therapy (ECST), which focuses upon the central nervous system with a light, relaxing touch and is effective against spasms, muscular tension and scarring. Aftercare is prescribed to follow each treatment in which exercise, rest and management are specified. The treatment begins the healing process and proper aftercare ensures its continuation while the horse adjusts to the changes. Equine body work is an integrated approach to animal wellbeing which assists with musculoskeletal issues and helps ensure long- term health, but it is not a substitute for regular veterinary care. The Author is associated with is that's a leading company of equine sports massage bedfordshire, equine mctimoney manipulation hertfordshire.
  • 4. Contact Us: Website: Telephone: 07792 577270 E-mail: Address Equine Back In Action Natalie Westgarth Msc, Bsc (hons), EBW Two Trees, Church Street, Woodhurst, Cambridgeshire PE283BN