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Horse ‘n Hound Physical Therapy

Horse ‘n Hound Physical Therapy’s 
Equine Rehabilitation Services 
Helps horses heal better and faster

HnHPT is dedicated to providing you and your horse the most up to date treatment, based on your horse's needs. Below is a list of services HnHPT can provide for you and your horse to enhance healing and promote a faster recovery from illness and injury.
It is skill and knowledge base, combined with experience, complimented by the use of modalities, that make physical therapy a profession of excellence when caring for your horse’s rehabilitation. The combined use of a variety of manual techniques, modalities and prescribed exercises, along with owner education, enhances the healing process to return the horse to functional work, faster than “stall rest” alone.

Theory And Science Of Equine Physical Therapy

Example of Sweeny-atrophy of shoulder muscles secondary to nerve injury. Appropriate diagnosis for equine rehab utilizing electrical stimulation.

Physical therapy (PT) is a dynamic profession with an established theoretical and scientific base and widespread clinical applications in the restoration, maintenance, and promotion of optimal physical function. Physical therapists diagnose and manage movement dysfunction and provide interventions to restore optimal physical function.

This "fetlock blowout" is two years post injury consisting of solid bone and callous formation. Unfortunately, not much can be offered in terms of rehabilitation two years later for this arthrosed joint.

Physical therapy on animals is an emerging profession, represented by qualified physical therapists that are using their physical therapy skills on animals. The most common domestic mammals, dogs, cats, and horses, have similar connective tissue physiology to humans, therefore the same tissue healing principles that are commonly used in human PT can be applied to them. Animals of all disciplines, whether working or domestic pets, get injured, undergo surgery, and have the potential to heal.


What Is Equine Rehabilitation?

Equine rehabilitation is the application of physical therapy treatment protocols adapted specifically for horses. Physical therapy is the profession of helping the body heal, restoring soft tissue flexibility, muscular strength, and functional mobility skills of coordination and balance, to return the horse back to their pre-existing level of optimal performance, prior to the injury, illness, or surgery.

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Clinics to help YOU get your horse back in shape for Spring!


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Equine Spinal Rehabilitation Clinic, Sunday, May 7th

Has your horse been diagnosed with back pain, kissing spine, scaro-iliac pain, or pelvic obliquity, etc? Does your horse need repeated adjustments to stay sound and straight? Are you tired of not being able to ride, or riding with fear that what you are doing could be contributing to your horses problems? There are many things you can do as the owner /rider to help your horse get their back on track and stay sound and pain-free. 

Come learn what you can do to reduce your horse’s pain, restore spinal mobility, flexibility and strength to help heal and support your horse’s back muscles and skeletal system. This seminar can provide you with a program to maintain your horses back health utilizing exercise programs that can be done from the ground, in hand, and then on toward ridden work, that address the core muscles that support the spine.

Instructor Jennifer Brooks PT, MEd., CERP is a physical therapist certified in equine rehabilitation who treats these maladies with noninvasive approaches, well researched and accepted in human and animal rehabilitation. This one day 6 hr program will start with classroom instruction of anatomy and pathology of common equine spinal ailments, discuss common veterinary medical approaches and then introduce a variety of physical therapy and exercise based treatments that owners can learn and take home, along with handout booklet. The day will progress to assessing and demonstrating these techniques on participating horses.  


ONLY  3 horse slots available @$200.--payment due registration

15 audit slots available @$40 if paid by May 1st, $50 at the door. 

Call to reserve: 603-465-4444