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Animals In Motion - Tunstall, Woodbridge


General Information

Professional / Company name Animals In Motion
Profession Physiotherapist
Location Woodbridge
Website Address

Specialities / Skills

Specialist equine and canine veterinary physiotherapist covering East Anglia, working to promote optimum perfomance, maintain health and mobility, enhancing healing and preventing future injury. 

Treatments include: 

  • Soft tissue mobilisations
  • Massage
  • Stress and trigger point therapy
  • Myofascial release
  • Chiropractic techniques
  • Kinesio taping
  • Stretching
  • Electrotherapies- inc laser, pulse mag, ultrasound..
  • Remedial Exercises

Treatments are designed for individual animals to ensure specific needs are met.

Effective at treating

  • Post injury and post operative rehabilitation 
  • Strengthening weaknesses and muscle imbalances
  • Musculoskeletal issues and injuries
  • Relieves muscle tensions
  • Impaired movement or function
  • Gait re-education
  • Pain relief
  • Neurological deficiencies
  • Enhances healing process improving recovery
  • Manages and improves scar tissue formation
  • Restores function
  • Improves range of motion 

Qualifications / Affiliated Bodies / Regulated Bodies

MSc Vet Phys/ NAVP/ MRAMP/ BSc (Hons)/ EEBW


Equine Physiotherapy 

As riders we ask a lot of our horses on a day to day basis which can result in neck, back or muscular pain. This can manifest as unwanted behaviours or a reduction in performance which become severe when aggravated or not addressed.

Regular physiotherapy check ups can help identify and resolve minor issues and asymmetries before they become a problem. Physiotherapy is not just for elite horses, horses in any discpline from hacking, polo, PC, RC and driven horses will all benefit from physiotherapy. 


Is your horse showing any of the following?

  • Change in behaviour such as biting or kicking
  • Napping, bucking or rearing
  • Difficultly establishing the correct canter lead
  • Reluctance to engage or short choppy stride
  • Irregular gait
  • Toe dragging or tripping
  • Irritable or fidgeting when tacking up
  • Resistance to mounting or cold backed
  • Poor performance or worse on one rein
  • Sensitivity to grooming
  • Asymmetry of muscle or poor posture
  • Difficulty jumping, knocking poles or refusing

We can help!

Further Information

Years of experience 3
Locations Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Essex
Prices Competitively priced and discounts offered for multiple horses. Please call to discuss your requirements.


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