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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.

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McTimoney Research wins award

McTimoney Research wins award at the Eleventh Symposium of the International Association of Veterinary and Rehabilitation Physical Therapy Elizabeth Wenman MSc, an equine chiropractic and soft tissue practitioner from Surrey, won an award for her “preliminary investigation into the effect…

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,…

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.

Local McTimoney Animal Association (MAA) Practitioner presents research at the International Conference.

19/07/2016 by in Research news

McTimoney animal practitioners, Eulalia Speaight, from Buckfastleigh, presented her research at the International Society for Equitation Science Conference last month in France. Eulalia conducted a study on the effects of head and neck position during feeding on the alignment of…