Professional Equine Therapist offers Horse Massage, Equine Acupuncture Therapy, Sports Therapy, Manipulation, horse performance enhancement, rehabilitation..

Australian College of Animal Tactile Therapy

Equine Massage, Sports Therapy, Remedial Therapy and Acupuncture




Provide your horse with an effective professional therapist, and allow your horse to move freely and perform better.


Christine Scully
Highly qualified, extremely experienced,
Will resolve your horse's issues,
enhance performance and wellbeing.
Our Therapist
Christine Scully
BAppSci(Equine Studies)Hons Class 1 (C.Sturt)
BAppSci(Equine Studies)(C.Sturt)
Diploma Equine Acupuncture
Cert IV Training and Assessment
Cert Sports Massage (NMIT)
Cert Massage (NMIT)
Cert. Nat (NMIT)
Cert MFR

Christine has been practicing professionally since 1996.


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Our Treatment Sessions


What will I help your horse with?
- Reduce muscle restrictions
- Reduce muscular pain
- Reduce behavioural issues
- Enhance their exercise performance
- Increase the freedom and ease of in performing in your sport
- Increase their range of motion
- Increase their length of stride
- Identify and treat any areas of discomfort and teach you how to too
- Reduce your horse's risk of injury as we enhance their ability to move freely
- My techniues and suggesiton will enhance the General health of your horse.

What Therapies I can offer you to help your horse? 
- Acupressure
- Acupuncture
- Deep Tissue Therapy
- Dry Needling
- Equine Massage Therapy
- Mobilisation Techniques Joints and soft tissues
- Myofascial Manipulation
- Myofascial Release, Deep and Superficial
- Sports Therapy including Neuro-Muscular Technique, Soft Tissue Release and Stretching
- Team these with my other services such as Herbs, Nutrition, Natural Therapies or Rehabilitation as required

What to expect from my Treatment Sessions:
- Every one of our sessions will include full assessment prior to and following treatment
- I will assess for for restrictions in joint movement, areas of pain or tension, variations from one side to the other
- How your horse moves will also be fully analysed, so I get a great picture of what they are finding difficult.
- If required I will also assess your saddle fit and placement
- I will fully treat your horse with one or more therapies, suitable for what we find, your work level and your horse.
- Assessment following treatment allows us to measure what changes have been gained
- Following this assessment you and I will make a plan for ongoing exercises and physical therapy.
- Plus I will guide you in carrying out the plan, inclduing how to assess your horse's response
- You will be given a full report of the full session, including our plan.
- The outcome may lead me to refer you to a different therapy or pracititoner, such as a veterinarianr
- On our first session I will be with your horse for around 2 hours, to ensure I provide a thorough full body session.
- Subsequent sessions between 1 - 1.5 hours to allow specific treatment to the areas of concern

How often should treatment occur?
Massage Therapies 
- Sessions are based on the reason for treatment
- In the case of pain or movement issue it is recommended that weekly treatments occur until the issue has
   reduced significantly - for most horses this is between 1 - 3 sessions. 
- Following this we would recommend a follow up approximately 2 - 4 weeks later.
- Where the issue is found to not be muscular you will be referred to the appropriate practitioner
- In the case of sports massage to enhance performance, we recommend maintenance 4 - 8 weekly
Acupuncture
- If acupuncture is the main form of treatment, a minimum of 4 sessions is recommended
- These sessions would intially be weekly and may extend to fortnightly
- In some cases further treatments at fortnightly intervals will be recommended
- In all cases a follow up session 3 - 6 months later will be booked


- Further optimise your horse's performance, book your self in for a treatment with me.
- Fully qualified in human sports therapy, and post graduate remedial therapy techniques.
- For your horse, get yourself treated and stop the transfer of muscle tension between you both.
- Watch as your freedom adds so much more to improve your horse's performance

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Contact us
The Australian College of Animal Tactile Therapy

111 Spillers Road
Macclesfield. Victoria.
Australia 3782

03 5968 9788

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