Equine Osteopathy London & The Home Counties
In Motion Equine offers a complete package of equine osteopathy and horse/rider video analysis in Bucks, Essex, Hertfordshire, London and Surrey.
WHAT WE OFFER AT IN MOTION EQUINE:
- A complete package of equine osteopathy and horse/rider video analysis.
- Advice and treatment for a wide variety of symptoms including back pain, head tossing, reduced level of performance and changes in behaviour.
- High calibre service from experienced and qualified osteopaths.
- Personalised treatment programmes.
- Covers Bucks,Essex, Hertfordshire, London, Surrey.
- Weekend and weekday appointments.
- Competitive rates.
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The business began after David realised that osteopathy alone was not enough to fully analyse his clients’ horses.
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