FLEX ANIMAL
THERAPY

McTimoney Chiropractic, Myofascial Release and Sports Massage for Horses & Dogs

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Equine & Canine McTimoney Therapy, Myofascial Release and Sports Massage

Jo Morton is a qualified McTimoney Animal Practitioner providing gentle and effective treatment for horses and small animals. McTimoney treatment is a form of chiropractic focusing on the musculoskeletal system of the animal and its associated problems and helps both to restore and maintain health and soundness and optimise performance. Jo treats predominantly horses but also dogs, cats and farm animals, in and around Wiltshire, Hampshire and the surrounding counties.

Daily life can put a considerable amount of stress on an animal's body - whether it is through being ridden, raced, jumped, driven, through conformational anomalies, the use of tack and other equipment, falls, rough play, getting cast in the stable and other injuries. All this makes them particularly vulnerable to minor misalignments in the vertebral column and pelvis which can affect their performance.

An animal’s musculoskeletal system can be aligned and balanced by adjusting any misaligned joints in the body, paying particular attention to the spine and pelvis. This helps to restore and maintain health and improve comfort, soundness and performance. McTimoney treatment is effective because it works to eliminate the cause, not just treat the symptoms.

All horses and dogs can benefit from McTimoney treatment, from top performance horses to happy hackers and from highly trained working/competition dogs to our much-loved family pets.

If you have any concerns about your animal, or would just like a maintenance treatment to ensure that they are in peak condition, please call for friendly advice or to make an appointment on 07976 218 250.

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What is McTimoney Therapy?


About McTimoney

About McTimoney

The McTimoney technique aims to align and balance the animal's musculoskeletal system...

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What does a treatment consist of?

What does a treatment consist of?

A detailed history of the animal will be taken to include...

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Aftercare

Aftercare

Your horse/dog will need 24-48 hours rest after their treatment, to allow the body...

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How many treatments will my animal need?

How many treatments will my animal need?

The number of treatments your animal requires really depends on the individual. Generally speaking....

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How will my animal react to its treatment?

How will my animal react to its treatment?

This also depends on each individual animal but common reactions, within a couple of days following a treatment, can include...

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About Jo

About Jo

Learn all about Jo, owner of Flex Animal Therapy

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Dogs


McTimoney Treatment for Dogs

The nature of your dog’s daily life and work can potentially result in injury. All dogs can benefit from a maintenance check-up at least...

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Causes & Signs of Problems Areas in Dogs

A fall, a bad slip or skidding on a wooden floor can suddenly take a joint to the extreme range of its movement. Equally, long term trauma such as...

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Reasons to Seek Treatment for Your Dog

Is your dog crying out as he tries to get up? Is he reluctant to exercise or just a little quieter than normal for no apparent reason? He may be sore. Here is a list of signs that may suggest your dog requires treatment.

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Prices

Prices for treatment of dogs

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Horses


McTimoney Treatment for Horses

Different equine disciplines place different stresses on the horse's musculoskeletal system and certain breeds and types of conformation are also particularly vulnerable to problems...

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Causes & Signs of Problem Areas in Horses

Traumatic and stressful situations present themselves daily to the performance horse. Here is a list of potential causes of back problems in horses which may have sudden onset or present over a longer period of time.

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When to Seek Treatment for Your Horse

Has your horse suddenly starting throwing in the odd buck? Do they not seem as forward going as usual? Here are some signs to look out for that may indicate that your horse is uncomfortable.

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Prices

Prices for treatment of horses

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Contact


  • Manningford, Pewsey, England, United Kingdom
  • Covering Wiltshire, Hampshire and surrounding counties

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