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Dr Emir Lervy DC | Chiropractor - Omagh, Tyrone


General Information

Professional / Company name Dr Emir Lervy DC | Chiropractor
Profession Chiropractor
Location Tyrone
Website Address

Specialities / Skills

Equine Chiropractic

Qualifications / Affiliated Bodies / Regulated Bodies

Dr Emir Lervy DC | Chiropractor

BSc(Hons) Chiropractic 

Post grad cert in Equine Chiropractic

Registered with General Chiropractic Council (GCC), United Chiropractic Association (UCA) and the RAMP register 



Equine chiropractic focuses on the movement of the spinal and extremity joints. Dysfunction in these joints can cause pain and discomfort as well as compensation patterns in other areas.

Spinal problems may occur from a problem elsewhere (e.g. lameness) or as a primary problem (e.g. injury or saddle fit / rider changes). The best way to ascertain the primary problem is to have a veterinary checkup before your chiropractic visit. Equine chiropractic does not replace traditional veterinary treatment but by adjusting the spine and relaxing the nervous system will often eliminate many causes of pain and discomfort without the need for symptom relief.

Chiropractic can be used to treat acute injuries as well as maintaining a healthy horse, whether for competitions or your beloved pet. Working closely with the vet, chiropractor, farrier, dentist and saddler will be the best way to ensure long term management and performance of your horse. Also an unbalanced rider is very challenging as the horse is constantly compensating, this can develop uneven muscle tone and stiffness. As part of our service we can offer human Chiropractic on site also - it is so important for the horse and rider to have the correct posture and balance so they can compliment one another!

Signs of pain or discomfort:

Reduced performanceAbnormal posture - top line off - hump, hollow back, dropped pelvis on walk / trot

Tack fitting problems - dislike being saddled

Insubordination when being ridden / jumping - not following verbal cues

Throwing head back / hollowing back when being ridden

Injuries:slips / trips / falls / getting cast

Pull back injuries / impact injuries

Swishing its tail / pinning back ears

Difficultly with collected or lateral gaits

Changes in behaviour / frightened or painful facial expression / sensitivity to touch 

This list is by no means complete, when the spinal joints are not moving correctly, the nervous system goes into flight or flight mode and can cause a whole host of symptoms. By releasing the spinal dysfunction we allow the nervous system to function properly again, allowing the horse's body to repair.


Further Information

Years of experience 1
Locations Can travel within Tyrone, Derry and Fermanagh Can travel further on request
Prices £60 per horse (within 45 min distance) £55 per horse (2+ at same yard) £50 per horse (5+ at same yard)


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