I am a graduate of the Oxford College of Equine Physical Therapy (OCEPT http://www.ocept.info/), where I qualified as a McTimoney-Corley Animal Spinal Therapist/Manipulator.
Animal Spinal Therapy is a form of chiropractic manipulation was first introduced by John McTimoney DC in the early nineteen seventies, the technique was refined by Hugh Corley DC (OSC) later in that decade. The McTimoney-Corley technique has been adapted to treat animals; Horses, for example, are much larger and normal methods used by a Chiropractor or Osteopath on humans would have little affect on a horse.
‘McTimoney-Corley Spinal Therapy’ is a very gentle but effective treatment which can help misaligned or subluxated joints to relieve pain and for the promotion of overall good health in the animal.
How Can Manipulation Help Your Animal?
If your animal has:
- Back pain or discomfort,
- A subluxated (partially dislocated) joint,
- Neck pain or injuries,
- Pelvic misalignments,
- Atlanto-occipital (poll) misalignment,
- Some lamenesses.