Injury Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy 
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Pelvic X-Ray

Here at the clinic an injury or fall shouldn't stop you getting back in to the saddle

We specialise at working with riders at any point in their recoevry and focusing their Physiotherapy to their equestrian goals


Riders often to come to the clinic once they have completed their NHS Physiotherapy but often feel that they are not yet ready to get back in the saddle. We see clients with a huge range of injuries and medical conditions which include broken bones, hip and knee replacements, back pain, ankel injuries, shoulder pain and many many many more.

Riding is a physically demanding activity. Our job at the clinic is to give riders the range of movement , joint stability and muscle strength to get them safely and effectively back in the sadddle. 

Our rehabilitation packages can vary from one off virtual assessments, to regular Physiotherapy sessions, to intense stays to suit individaul clients needs.

Due to the bespoke nature of the centre please contact us to discuss your needs and our prices.

Referrals: all referrals must be via the following referral form.

if you require any assistance or have any questions please

contact us on 07751054106


Who we treat


Anyone over the age of 16, including;

  • Broken bones

  • Joint replacements

  • Dislocations

  • Soft Tissue injurise and sprains

  • Back and neck pain

  • Pain and discomfort when riding

  • Complex fractures

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Our Harmony Pressure system has over 900 individual sensors in the mat. The mat is particularly useful for riders who have a sensory impairment or reduced awareness of their body posistion as it gives them instant visual feedback about their weight distribution and pelvic position. It can be used on or off the horse as part of our assessment as well as within treatment sessions.


The equine movement simulator is used within the clinic with all abilities of riders. We can hoist clients onto the simulator if required, meaning that it accessible to all. It is used to work on pelvic control, core stability and dynamic balance. It is a great starting point for riders to get the feeling of being back in the saddle in a controlled environment. It can also be used with the more advanced riders to improve their ability to achieve pelvic isolation, symmetry and an independent seat without having to focus on the horse.

MFT Balance sensor is a sensor which we can attach to various pieces of kit in the studio which provides real time biofeed back to cleints using an app. This allows us to test, train and play using a variety of muscle groups, balanace systems and co-ordination


Our Facilities:


  • Physiotherapy treatment room and studio

  • Harmony pressure feedback system

  • Equine movement simulator

  • Disabled access, parking and toilets

  • Local wheelchair accessible accommodation is available, please contact us for more information