-Initial consultation: £80
-Follow up: £70
-Initial consultation: £50
-Follow up: £40
Gaining permission to treat your animal from your overseeing vet is a UK legal requirement and is the first step in getting treatment for your animal.
- On the day of the initial consultation, Hazel begins by asking lots of questions about your animal so that she can obtain a detailed case history which gives her an idea of how she can help. Information such as previous health concerns, injuries, or prior diagnoses are essential to help her help your animal.
- Static examination – reaction to pressure, signs of stress and tension, muscle imbalances
- Active examination – walk and trot up, and when needed, horse on the lunge. With other animals, she will need to see them move around
- Discussion about findings and from this, a bespoke treatment plan specifically for your animal. If Hazel finds that other forms of treatment are warranted, these will be advised at this point, and if she feels the problems are outside her area of expertise, she will refer your animal back to the vet.
- Chiropractic treatment and advice
Chiropractic care can create an immediate improvement within the first 24 to 72 hours, however the results can depend on several variables, such as: the length of time since initial injury; nature of problem; severity of problem; and age can all have an effect.
No two sessions are the same: a combination of the following treatments and advice is used as needed: Chiropractic, Acupressure, Palpation, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release, Nutrition, Body Condition, Core Strengthening, Stretching, Training, Taping
*Treatment style, length, and intensity will depend upon the nature of case; each patient is an individual.
Please note there is a 50% cancellation fee for cancellations made within 24h or less of the scheduled appointment.
Catchment area: Dorset and Hampshire