Horse Riding in Derbyshire, England

Horse Riding in Derbyshire, England

Find a Derbyshire equine therapy practitioner who will diagnose and treat your horses injury and offer you advice on what you can do to ensure your horse remains fit and healthy.

Including equine dentists, physiotherapy, aromatherapy and back muscle and joint specialists.

In the world of human medicine, physiotherapists, aromatherapists, reiki healers and chiropractors have been proven to be an indispensable aid in the recovery of many equine muscloskeletal conditions.

Today these important areas of medicine are also rapidly becoming a recognised tool in the prevention, cure, and rehabilitation of many equine injuries.

Equine Therapy Services in Derbyshire …
Sophie Ostler Equine Healer

Sophie Ostler Equine Healer – 07853 435279

Do you have a problem horse or pony?

Won’t load, bolshy leader, problem with the farrier, aggressive, nervous, won’t stand still to be mounted …

David Veasey EqDT

David Veasey EqDT – 01529 241433

Covering Nottinghamshire and around the country.

David Veasey EqDT is based in Lincolnshire, but works around the country as an equine dentist and professional horse clipper.

McTimoney-Corley Equine Spinal Therapist – 07751 473477

Covering Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and North Leicestershire

Faye Keyte BSc (Hons), Dip MCAM (OCEPT) – Gentle but very effective treatment beneficial for all types and levels of horses and ponies. Alleviate pain and stiffness andimprove performance and maximise comfort …

Nikki Taylor-Smith EDT – 07789 404422

Covering Nottinghamshire and around the country.

EQUINE DENTISTRY. Qualified through The British Equine Veterinary Assoc. and The British Veterinary Dental Assoc. UK/USA trained. Fully Insured, professional service.

David Waters Horse Dentist – 07771 783938

Midlands based covering Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.

DEFRA/Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Qualified. Member of Worldwide Association of Equine Dentists. 14 years experience with all types of horses.

Robin Earnshaw Equine Dentist – 07986 625372

Covering Nottinghamshire and around the country.

Equine Dental Technician. USA and BEVA trained. All areas covered. Prompt, patient and compassionate

Who in the UK can legally treat a horse?

An interesting point on "normal veterinary treatment". Not even a vet is entitled to administer a complementary treatment unless he or she has been properly trained to administer that particular treatment. For example a vet can’t give a homeopathic remedy or acupuncture to an animal unless they have been suitably trained to do so.

The Law in the UK is very clear about who can, and cannot treat animals and there are pitfalls that anyone owning or treating animals should be aware of. The owner and anyone treating an animal, may risk prosecution if they don’t get it right. For more detailed information see the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons – Treatment of Animals by Non-Veterinary Surgeons

Subject to the Protection of Animals Act 1911 you as the OWNER of the animal can give whatever treatment you want to your animal. That is, any treatment that does not involve intrusion into the animals body. For example you are not entitled by Law to give your animal an injection. You are only able to give an injection if instructed to do so by your vet.

A Veterinary surgeon, under the terms of the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966, is legally able to give any normal veterinary treatment he or she deems appropriate to the animal in question.Your vet may also instruct a trainee vet, a vet nurse or a trainee vet nurse to administer treatments to an animal.