EQUUS PHYSIO CARE
Massage, mobilization, stretching
(for professionals and amateurs / for recreational horses, sports, races, shows ...) Specialized in biomechanics Manual Therapist, The Institute of Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapist (IRVAP) Equine Physiotherapist, The International Association of Animal Therapists Qualified equine manual physiotherapist (RNCP 31959) Sports monitoring - Improve performance and maintain a healthy sport horse. But also to avoid the risk of injury.
- In preparation and recovery during competitions. In follow-up within your stable.
- Prevention by identifying possible signs of pain. Action on amplitudes and flexibility.
- Specific treatment for horses showing signs of stress, discomfort or reduced performance during transport. Fitness / back to work and after convalescence
- Shorten the recovery time after convalescence (on veterinary advice only) after a prolonged absence from work or for a retraining. - Application of a protocol defined with the veterinarian for a return to work after convalescence. - Specific protocol for returning to work after a stoppage. - Follow-up protocol concerning the retraining of a race horse.
CoMfort - Improve muscle and joint comfort, proprioception and well-being. - Year-round or occasional follow-up in your stables or at home. - Broodmare or old horse specialist
Passive and active mobilizations Stretching Algotherapy ( Equithalasso ) Sensors to aid in biomechanical analysis and comfort results. Canine Sports dog, companion dog, retired dog or after convalescence (on veterinary advice).
°This is about to support the dog in his daily life in terms of biomechanics and comfort.
°Specialist in older dogs suffering from osteoarthritis.