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Mctimoney_2Liz Troman MSc RVN Cert Ed BHSAI
Equine – Canine Health & Performance
McTimoney for Animals

Telephone: 07989 986620 Email:

What to expect at a visit:
  1. At the start of the visit a full history of your horse or dog will be taken to gain a clear understanding of where potential problems may be found.
  2. A static assessment will then be carried out to assess conformation and condition.
  3. A dynamic assessment will then be carried out to see how your animal moves at walk and trot.
  4. A full palpation assessment of your animal’s spine will allow identification of any problem areas and specific misalignments of the vertebrae and pelvis.

The treatment will then be performed using a series of fast accurate adjustments to the specific problem areas identified. Each treatment is individually tailored to the needs of your animal. No two treatments will be identical.

A full follow up aftercare plan will then be formulated to ensure you are fully aware of the best course of action to get the most out of the treatment.

Vet Consent:
The treatment of animals is currently regulated under the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966. This means that treatment can only take place with the consent of your veterinary surgeon. All members of the McTimoney Animal Association have been trained in McTimoney techniques for animals and hold either a Masters degree in Animal Manipulation (MSc) or a Post Graduate Diploma (PG Dip). Members work closely with vets to ensure a safe, appropriate and effective treatment takes place.

Areas Covered: Shropshire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire and West Midlands.

Horse Treatment - £40
Dog Treatment £30

No charge is made for travel within 25 miles of SY8. Travel charges may apply outside this area, please ask at time of booking.

Discounts may be available if 3 or more animals are to be treated at the same location.

To book a session, please call 07989 986620 or email

Note: Under current legislation, the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) regulates the chiropractic treatment of humans. Only practitioners that are registered with the GCC can legally call themselves Chiropractors and treat members of the public. Animal practitioners are not able to join the GCC as it is only concerned with human treatment. The use of the word McTimoney to describe the animal treatment DOES NOT imply that Animal practitioners are chiropractors.
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