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An equine osteopath is a specialist who uses non-invasive techniques to evaluate and treat not only musculoskeletal problems in horses but also fascial, visceral and craniosacral restrictions.
Of course, every horse is different, and results may vary depending on the individual animal and their specific issues. However, overall, osteopathy is a valuable tool for horse owners who are looking to improve their horse's health and well-being. 

Furthermore, this type of therapy is highly recommended for preventing serious injuries in horses or as a rehabilitation method after an injury. A prophylactic session once or twice a year is strongly advised to maintain your horse's health.

The practice is based on the principle that the body has an innate ability to heal itself, and that by addressing underlying structural or functional imbalances, the body can restore health and well-being.

Osteopathic practitioners use a holistic approach to care, considering the whole individuum rather than just treating isolated symptoms or conditions. They focus on improving the body's natural function by addressing restrictions or imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, as well as other systems such as the nervous, circulatory, and respiratory systems.
Osteopathic techniques can include soft tissue massage, joint mobilization, spinal manipulation, and other manual therapies. The goal of treatment is to promote circulation, reduce inflammation, relieve pain, and restore normal function to the body.

Treatment is typically customized to the individual needs of the horse and may be used in conjunction with other equine osteopathy techniques and/or other medical therapies.


Osteopathic treatment: CHF 200

5 session package: CHF 900

10 session package: CHF 1800

Treatment (1-1 1/4 hours): consists of anamnesis, gait analysis, treatment, and follow-up discussion

For the first treatment, please plan approximately 15 minutes of additional time for getting to know you and your horse and conducting a detailed anamnesis.


Equusir bios-blanket

Whether to increase concentration before the start of a competition, to relax after a transport or to activate before the daily training: vital functions such as blood pressure, muscle tone and respiration determine whether the horse’s body is ready to perform or can regenerate.

The natural control takes place via the vegetative nervous system – specifically influenced by the impulses of the EQUUSIR BIOS-BLANKET.

Please feel free to contact me or visit the website for further information you may need.


Equusir blanket for the completion of a treatment: CHF 20

The sole treatment with the Equusir blanket is available upon request

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