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The Case Studies presented here are provided by McTimoney member practitioners, and demonstrate real patients with varying conditions, all of whom have received McTimoney treatment.

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Research in the news

The research in the news presented here are provided by McTimoney member practitioners, and demonstrate real patients with varying conditions, all of whom have received McTimoney treatment.

You can filter and view Case Study results based on the categories below:

Free Webinar from the McTimoney Animal Association

Free Webinar from the McTimoney Animal Association ‘The Use of McTimoney Animal Chiropractic in the Veterinary Industry’ Mon 19th April 2021 @7pm – 8.15pm The McTimoney Animal Association are delighted to announce a free webinar on the 19th April 2021, providing…

The Use of McTimoney Animal Chiropractic in the Veterinary Industry

08/01/2021 by in Dog, Horse, News, Research news

Free Webinar from the McTimoney Animal Association ‘The Use of McTimoney Animal Chiropractic in the Veterinary Industry’ Mon 1st February 2021 @2pm – 3.30pm The McTimoney Animal Association are delighted to announce a free webinar on the 1st February 2021,…

Jane Dalton wins Crufts 2020 Team Agility Championships first time!

22/04/2020 by in Dog, Dogs, News

How many people can claim to win Crufts on their first outing? Well that is exactly what Jane Dalton, McTimoney Animal Practitioner and her rescue dog Roxy did, qualifying with DAGDAG East Just a Smidge and winning the Crufts Medium…

Preliminary Study of the Effect of manual Chiropractic Treatment on the Laterality of Mechanical Nociceptive Thresholds in Thoroughbred Racehorses by Lucy Goodright

07/06/2019 by in Research news

Lucy Goodright is a working committee member of McTimoney Animal Association, specialising in chiropractic, mobilisation and soft tissue techniques. Before training as a McTimoney therapist, Lucy worked as a freelance rider and groom, and was hired as an exercise jockey…

MAA Research presented at SRT 2018

Lucy Bounden (Goodright) was very proud to present her research poster at the Saddle Research Trust International Conference in December 2018.

A preliminary study of the effect of manual chiropractic treatment on laterality of mechanical nociceptive thresholds (MNTs) in Thoroughbred racehorses.

Support evidence that manual chiropractic treatment reduces sensitivity to pain along the thoracic and lumbar musculature with independent laterality effects at different sites.
Further research is warranted with larger cohorts, repeatability and over a longer period

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