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Holistic Horse Help was founded in 2007 by Chartered Veterinary Physiotherapist and Equine Behaviourist Sue Palmer. Described as ‘inspirational, enthusiastic, informative, friendly, calm, understanding, supportive’, Sue's expertise allows her to help you and your horse, whether the issue is caused by ‘brain’ or ‘pain’.
The Holistic Horse Help therapist team is made up of equine professionals Sue Palmer (Physiotherapist), Alison Tyler (Osteopath), and Amy Gilbert (Physiotherapist), supported by Practice Manager Simon Palmer. Sue, Alison and Amy have a similar successful philosophy on assessing and treating horses, using a practical approach that aims to relieve pain and stiffness towards improved health and performance. Experts in their fields, working with powerful and proven techniques, each uses her own specialist skills to deliver individualised help for your horse. Working as a close knit team, they regularly discuss cases and solutions, enabling them to provide a superior quality service for the benefit of both you and your horse. If appropriate, cases are discussed with your vet / farrier / saddler / dentist / instructor or other equine paraprofessional to ensure a complete therapeutic intervention for your horse.
Based in Stafford, Staffordshire, the Holistic Horse Help team work freelance throughout the UK, offering a variety of physiotherapy and teaching techniques including individual and group sessions, courses and demonstrations. From a routine physiotherapy ‘back check’, to solving loading issues, to teaching the Horse Massage for Horse Owners Course, they will look at the whole picture to support you towards achieving your dreams you’re your horse