McTimoney Animal Practitioner
Having graduated from the McTimoney College of Chiropractic, Penny Gunter, BSc (Hons) PG Dip MMA (A), working in conjunction with vets, offers a treatment and rehabilitation service for horses and dogs using chiropractic techniques developed by the late John McTimoney.
Treatment is non-invasive and holistic (i.e. whole body), working to realign and balance
Before starting any treatment, details are taken
Care following treatment usually involves rest and/or limited exercise for a few days. .
Any dog can benefit, but particular breeds and working dogs can suffer injury due to the nature of their work.
|Most animals readily accept the therapy, and
owners like it because no anaesthetic or drugs are needed.
|Several treatments may be required, depending on the problem; full advice is given on care and exercise following treatment|
|Treatment following an accident or after surgery can also greatly help the rehabilitation process. It is important to note that all treatment is undertaken with prior veterinary consent.
Based in Wrington, Penny is a fully qualified and registered McTimoney Animal Practitioner treating both horses and dogs.