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McTimoney Therapy

McTimoney is a straight forward method of manipulating and mobilising joints and soft tissue to improve the comfort, alignment, function and mobility of the musculoskeletal system, and through this process help the nervous system to work more efficiently. The purpose of animal chiropractic adjustments is to realign and rebalance the body to relieve pain and discomfort, and increase mobility.

To find out more about McTimoney Therapy, click the link below.


Restrictions of the joints can occur for many reasons; some of the most common are incorrect posture, which maybe compensatory to old or current injuries, accidents, falls, stress, and poor maintenance. This can lead to pain, numbness, pins and needles, or restricted mobility. 

Rachel is fully insured and a member of the McTimoney Animal Association (MAA), Institute for Soft Tissue Therapists (ISRM), Equinology Equine Body Worker (EEBW), and the Register of Animal Musculoskeltal Professionals (RAMP) which helps assure owners and vets of the highest standard practitioner, having met a  stringent standard of competence assessed on knowledge, skills, experience, and professional behaviours for treating animals.

Offering a natural, holistic approach to health care, the body is treated as a whole with extensive case history taken aiming to find the route cause, rather than just treating the symptoms. Animals are regularly exposed in everyday life to situations that have the potential to cause problems with their spine and musculoskeletal system.

At Burton Sports Therapy this combined approach of treatment and techniques has been proven to be extremely successful in treating gait abnormalities and performance problems and in alleviating neck and back pain. As such it can be invaluable for your animal, both for prevention of injury, or performance set back and as part of the rehabilitation if injury has already occurred.


For further information about any treatment or to discuss a case please feel free to contact us by clicking the link below.

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