Horse – Case Studies

  • 27th October 2020
    McTimoney College - Virtual Open Day
    Thursday 26th November – The McTimoney College of Chiropractic will be hosting a Virtual Animal Open Day via Zoom on the 26.11.20 at either 10am or 7pm where they will provide a more detailed overview of their courses in Animal Chiropractic and provide a virtual tour of their facilities. If you would like to attend please register here. If you have ...
    Read more
  • 27th October 2020
    Webinar & Information Evening Series
    The McTimoney College of Chiropractic is delighted to announce a series of webinars focused on the effective use of the McTimoney treatment approach for animals. These free to attend Zoom webinars will focus on a variety of different topics. • ‘Are you helping or hindering your horse? McTimoney may be the answer!’ Thu 14th Jan 2021 @7.00 – 8.30pm • ‘Giving your dog the best care; ...
    Read more
  • 10th October 2020
    A Career in McTimoney Animal Chiropractic Online Information Evening
    The McTimoney College of Chiropractic animal seminar series continues! After the hugely successful inaugural seminar on getting the best performance from your horse, the next seminar focuses how to pursue a rewarding career in chiropractic for animals. The McTimoney College of Chiropractic delivers the only Masters level training in chiropractic for animals in Europe, including learning the well-known and respected McTimoney ...
    Read more
  • 7th September 2020
    New Webinar from the McTimoney College - "Getting the best performance from your horse"
    ‘The McTimoney Treatment and the Performance Horse Webinar’ Tues 22nd Sep 2020 @7.00 – 8.30pm The McTimoney College of Chiropractic is delighted to announce a series of webinars focused on the effective use of the McTimoney approach for animals. The first of these webinars focuses on how McTimoney chiropractic works including examples of real-life cases and what owners can do to help ...
    Read more
  • 1st September 2020
    Rehabilitation Programme, Dedication & Good Old TLC, Restores Pomeranian Dog Following Horrific Injuries
    To see Bonna the little Pomeranian dog today, full of energy and bounding around, you would never know that only 2 years ago she suffered a viscous, unprovoked dog attack that left her needing numerous veterinary surgeries to save her life. Bonna was 6 years old when the attack happened, and she received serious injuries to her hind quarters. Her owner, ...
    Read more
  • 28th July 2020
    Jack, 14 year old traditional cob.
    Jack has been a regular patient since 2013, and for the first few years he only required routine 3-6 monthly checks. He had been previously mistreated and as a result was backed fairly late. He also had a weakness in the left hindquarter, so usually required chiropractic adjustment of the left side of his pelvis, as well as small routine ...
    Read more
  • 22nd April 2020
    Jane Dalton wins Crufts 2020 Team Agility Championships first time!
    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 Teams Agility Final in March 2020. “Just qualifying at the Scottish Kennel Club (SKC) Agility Show in August 2019 was absolutely ...
    Read more
  • 10th March 2020
    McTimoney - A Highly rewarding practice
    The McTimoney College of Chiropractic is now taking applications for places on their Pathway to HE Certificate in Health and Masters in Chiropractic (MChiro) programmes.  In normal times they hold open days at the college for prospective candidates to go along for a tour and to find out more about the programmes available.  However, this year’s open days will not ...
    Read more
  • 12th June 2019
    Buzz the Lurcher – Ball Throwing
    Like most energetic dogs, Buzz, a lurcher from Worcestershire, loved nothing more than chasing and catching tennis balls that his owner would throw every time they went for walkies. But one morning during their usual routine, Buzz ran and jumped to catch the ball but on landing yelped, and stopped weight bearing on his hind left leg. When he ...
    Read more
  • 7th June 2019
    Preliminary Study of the Effect of manual Chiropractic Treatment on the Laterality of Mechanical Nociceptive Thresholds in Thoroughbred Racehorses by Lucy Goodright
    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 for Lawney Hill Racing in Aston Rowant, Oxfordshire. During this period Lucy was exposed to the power, fitness ...
    Read more