Horse Care - Fitness and Rehabilitation

EXPLORING THE BENEFITS OF EQUINE THERMOGRAPHY - A quick and efficient way to identify trauma and injury in your horse

At Flawborough, we believe that prevention of injury is as important as the cure itself thats why we offer the opportunity for both assessment and treatment of overall physical and mental well-being.    Equine Thermography is a non-invasive monitoring tool…

KEEP YOUR HORSE WELL, FIT AND SOUND - Must-Have Therapy Tools for Performance Horses

PREVENTION AND INTERVENTIONTreatments and assessments that ensure your horse feels well, keeps fit and stays sound. (Advertorial)  Must-Have Therapy Tools for Performance Horses    In today's equestrian sporting environment, demands placed on the equine are high; so it iis no…

HYDROTHERAPY - Healing wounds and controlling infection

HEALING WOUNDS AND CONTROLLING INFECTIONAdvertorial Emma Hawthorne - Proprietor and Treatment Manager at Flawborough Equine Rehabilitation Centre - explains how hydrotherapy can complement conventional veterinary treatment and help speed up the healing process of wounds.   Due to the horses…

STICKS AND STONES - Understanding the word ‘Physiotherapist’ in the animal world

Sticks and stones"Sticks and stones will break my bones, but words can never hurt me." Understanding the word ‘Physiotherapist’ in the animal worldIf only that were true! As a race we are exceptionally good at interpreting things in a manner different…

FLAWBOROUGH EQUINE REHABILITATION - Your horse, safe in our hands

AdvertorialREHABILITATION SOLUTIONS  When a horse sustains a serious injury, requires lengthy box rest and needs rehabilitation, the worry and stress can be over whelming for the owner.   Emma Hawthorne at Flawborough Equine is Proprietor and Treatment Manager -  Emma set…

HAPPY HORSE THIS WINTER - Your simple check list!

Make a realistic assessment of how much riding you can do during the winter months. If weekends are your only option then tailor your horse's activities to allow for his reduced fitness levels. Feel your horse's legs daily for problems.…

The Second Building Block

Once your horse has completed the initial weeks in walk and is working for up to an hour and a half, you can start to introduce short periods of trot.  In an ideal world you'll have access to good road…
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