What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a hands-on therapy mobilizing the whole body. Equine osteopaths take a whole horse perspective by addressing three vital systems including the parietal system, the cranial-sacral system and the visceral system.








What Does an Osteopath Do?

An osteopath’s goal is to find the root of the horse’s problem vs just treating a symptom.  We do this by addressing the three systems, making connections between them, and finding the root of the problem. Often this root is an immobility or something causing an immobility within the three systems. This can include but not limited to a fall or impact of some kind, or an injury of some kind, dental issues, foot issues, diet, tack fit, or stress.

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