My aim is to provide long term and effective treatment by addressing
the root cause problems and re-establishing balance, unity and function within
Many treatment techniques focus on just masking or hiding
than understanding the reason that problems develop in the first place. One of
the main reasons for this is that they look at the body in individual sections...
for examples a horse has a problem with its back, its stomach or it’s hock.
though is that every part of the body is intimately and completely connected to
everything else. When the body suffers from an injury or
illness it will soon begin to adjust and compensate in other healthy areas. If
the initial problem is not removed, then over time the body will build up more
and more compensations and eventually, when it is too far out of balance, the weakest
areas will start to show as symptoms. That is the part that we recognise as a
problem but they are just the tip of the ice burgh- the weakest areas and final
braking points of a generally over stressed and out of balanced body.
In order to address the
whole problem, it is therefore necessary to work with the wholehorse;physically, mentally and emotionally as well looking at nutrition, management