MSc McTimoney Animal Manipulation
Offering equine and canine chiropractic treatment throughout Wiltshire and Hampshire.Book now
Like people, animals can suffer from back, neck, pelvic and musculoskeletal problems and can benefit from chiropractic treatment.
By manipulating any misaligned joints throughout the body, with special attention to the spine and pelvis, the McTimoney chiropractic technique helps to restore and maintain health, movement, soundness and performance. It’s a non-invasive, holistic treatment, which most animals readily accept. And owners like it because no anaesthetic or drugs are needed.
I’m Sheri Pinkney – a fully qualified and insured McTimoney Animal Practitioner and a member of the McTimoney Animal Association (who are responsible for setting and monitoring professional standards within the industry). Read on to find out how I can help your animal.
McTimoney Animal Therapy
McTimoney can be used to treat chronic and acute musculoskeletal problems, maintain fitness, prevent injury, maintain soundness in older animals, achieve skeletal symmetry in growing youngsters, enhance the performance ability of sport horses and aid recovery after a fall or trauma.
McTimoney is a manual therapy that’s used to prevent and treat a wide range of health and performance problems.
ALIGNMENT & BALANCE
An animal’s musculoskeletal system can be aligned and balanced by adjusting any misaligned joints, with special attention to the spine and pelvis.
RESTORE & MAINTAIN HEALTH
It helps to restore and maintain health and improve soundness and performance by eliminating the cause, not just treating the symptoms.
PRECISE, RAPID ADJUSTMENTS
Problem areas are treated with precise, rapid adjustments to correct misalignments in the bones and/or spasm in associated muscles.
Practitioners use only their hands for analysis and adjustment. Aftercare usually includes rest or limited exercise for a few days.
Depending on the problem and severity, a number of treatments may be required. And periodic check-ups are advised as a preventative measure.