McTimoney Practitioner

Sally BevesSally Beves BSc (Hons), MSc, MMAA is a fully insured McTimoney practitioner qualified from the McTimoney college of Chiropractic in Abingdon, treating animals in Hampshire, Surrey, West Sussex, IOW and surrounding areas.
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McTimoney incorporates massage and manipulation techniques known for its gentle and greatly effective results. It can be used to treat a variety of chronic and acute conditions including back, pelvis and other associated joint misalignments in horses, dogs and cats which may show as lameness or changes in behaviour. Read my McTimoney pages for further information about treatment for Horses, Dogs and Cats.

Treatments must be carried out with your veterinary surgeon’s permission.

Animal Back Health aims to form part of a multi-disciplinary team of equine professionals working alongside your vet, farrier, saddler, loriner and dentist.

The number of treatments required will depend on the type of problem, whether chronic or acute, the age and fitness level of the animal and adherence to the aftercare plan which will be provided.
Normally, between 2 and 6 sessions will provide a good response but regular maintenance will help you achieve optimum health and performance for your animals. Periodic treatment is recommended for any animal to ensure their comfort and well-being and to account for any changes.

McTimoney Animal Association LogoThe McTimoney Animal Association is the professional association for McTimoney Animal Practitioners. All members have completed the Post Graduate Diploma or MSc in Animal Manipulation from the McTimoney Chiropractic College. This is currently the only validated course in Europe in teaching techniques for adjusting animals.

The McTimoney Animal Association is responsible for setting professional standards for its members and for maintaining a professional code of ethics. All members are required carry full indemnity insurance and are required to maintain their level of expertise by undertaking continuing professional development after they have qualified.