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Physiotherapy helps restore movement & function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability. Physiotherapists help people through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice (Chartered Society of Physiotherapists). Treatments include soft tissue therapy, joint and spinal mobilisations, acupuncture, taping and much more!

Sports Massage

Sports Massage uses a variety of techniques to improve circulation & lymphatic flow, remove metabolic waste, alter muscle tone and length, remodel scar tissue as required, offer relaxation and improve general well-being (Sports Massage Association).  The techniques used have a large influence from many other areas of therapy, and can be used in isolation or in conjunction with other treatments where deemed necessary


Performance Fitness for Horse Riders

As a physiotherapist and keen horse rider Jessica knows the importance of being fit to ride for both horse and rider.  Jessica's experience in bringing on young horses and competing in all areas including dressage, show jumping and eventing means she has an excellent understanding of the importance of a fit and healthy rider... we all too often forget to look after ourselves!  Jessica is also a Veterinary Physiotherapist so is ideally placed to understand the influences your pain may be having on your horse and the best way to improve this! 


Group yard visits can be arranged... Contact us for more information!


Pilates is a form of exercise used to re-train the correct activation of several key muscles needed to support your body and assist with normal movement minimising the stress and strain passing through your joints. Exercises include spinal mobility, body and postural awareness, flexibility and alignment and activation of lumbo-sacral region ensuring strength and stability. 


Jessica has trained through the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI) offers modified Pilates for both general exercise and remedial exercise for pain, including low back pain and neck pain.


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