Equine Spinal Therapists

They are specialists in gentle yet effective whole-body treatment.

The treatment was created by John McTimoney and later refined and developed by Hugh Corley (a student of John McTimoney) and Shelagh James-Hudson, for the promotion of good health and general well-being in humans and animals.

McTimoney-Corley Spinal Therapists are a separate organisation to McTimoney Chiropractic, although they share a common founder John McTimoney.

Further details about equine spinal therapists can be found at www.mctimoney-corley.com

Therapist’s sites

Holly Blackmore is a self employed Spinal Therapist, having qualified with a postgraduate McTimoney-Corley diploma in 2005, following on from an Equine Studies degree at Moreton Morrell. www.equinespinaltherapy.co.uk

Emily Wilton graduated from Hartpury College with a BSc (Hons) in Equine Science and subsequently gained a Diploma in Animal Manipulation from the McTimoney-Corley College. Emily travels throughout Gloucestershire & neighbouring counties. www.animaltherapist.co.uk

Tim Jarman qualified with a Post Graduate Diploma in Animal Manipulation from the University of Wales. Tim treats animals all over Northern England particularly in Yorkshire. www.timjarman.co.uk

Claire Marshall started treating animals in 2003 after qualifying in McTimoney-Corley Spinal therapy. Claire then went on to study Osteopathy at Oxford Brookes University and gained her honours degree. The clinic is based in Duston, Northamptonshire and appointments can be made via the website. www.anipulation.co.uk

Jenny Adamson trained in both equine & canine massage, and McTimoney Corley Animal Spinal Manipulation. Jenny qualified as an Animal Manipulator, after studying at the Oxford College of Physical Therapy (OCEPT) and is now a member of the Association of McTimoney Corley Spinal Therapists (AMCST). She lives in Staffordshire, and covers Staffs, Cheshire, Shropshire and Derbyshire. www.equinephysicaltherapist.co.uk

Equine Spinal Therapists Training

The Oxford College of Equine Physical Therapy (OCEPT). Offers the diploma course:

Diploma in McTimoney-Corley Animal Manipulation (Dip. MCAM)

For more information go to: www.mctimoney-corley.com

Recommended Reading

The Well Adjusted Horse ~ By Dr Daniel Kaman

Where Does My Horse Hurt? ~ By Dr Renee Tucker

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