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CR EQUINE -Equine Sports Massage Therapy & Rehabilitation - Nantwich, Cheshire

Physical Therapy

General Information

Professional / Company name CR EQUINE -Equine Sports Massage Therapy & Rehabilitation
Profession Physical Therapy
Location Cheshire
Website Address

Specialities / Skills

Equine Sports Massage Therapy & Rehabilitation

Exercise plans & strengthening 

Phototherapy, PEMF & Ultrasound available 

Gel saddle pad for hire for use assessing saddle fit

Qualifications / Affiliated Bodies / Regulated Bodies





TCAP Equine & Canine physiotherapy trainee



Experienced & dedicated equine sports massage therapist (ESMT) & rehabilitation specialist. Charlotte is accredited by Equissage Europe and has experience working all over the UK alongside an equine osteopath.She is fully insured & always seeks your vets approval before treating your horse.Charlotte has ridden & competed to national level. She has worked with horses of all disciplines, from retired to international competition horses. Charlotte is passionate about her work & this is recognised by her clients & the improvement in their horses & ponies performance.Charlotte's background plays a key role in her work as an ESMT. She grew up working with young horses, breaking in & training them ready for competition. She went on to show-jump successfully at a national level & worked for Ellen Whitaker in the UK & across Europe.Charlotte also has experience in working with dressage horses. Importing horses from Germany to bring on & sell, including on behalf of clients. She became interested in equine massage when she noticed the effects on her own horses.Benefits of equine sports massage: • Helps maintain & improve range of motion through improved suppleness & circulation. • Promotes healing by increasing the flow of nutrients to the muscles, carrying away excessive fluids & toxins in the lymphatic & circulatory system. • Produces endorphin's, which are natural painkillers.• Pre-event, it can help to loosen up muscles ready for competition & can help to relax & calm excitable horses, giving a competitor that extra edge that can be needed.• Post-event, massage can relieve stiffness & reduce any discomfort a horse might be experiencing after a tough competition. Equine massage on a regular basis for competition horses is advisable to help keep your horse on top form & reduce the risk of injury.• For a horse on box rest it is also worthwhile. Being stood still compromises the lymphatic system & flow, a massage will encourage the flow to improve & help to drain away excess fluids & toxins. It can help the horse to relax & feel better with the release of endorphin's experienced during massage.• Retired horses or those doing less work will benefit from an all round massage. When the muscles are not in as much work they can begin to get stiff & tight. A maintenance massage will help to keep your horse moving comfortably.



Further Information

Years of experience 8
Locations Call out charges apply out of Cheshire area & for urgent appointments, please enquire. Discounts available for group bookings of 4 or more horses on the same yard. Areas currently covered include: Cheshire Lancaster Manchester Liverpool North Wales Birmingham West Yorkshire Stockport Staffordshire Shropshire Call out charges are deducted on days I am already in the area with bookings of 4 or more horses. New locations being added so please enquire if you are out of the current covered areas.
Prices Prices start from £45


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