Booking is by phone, email or Facebook / Instagram. Enter name, email, phone and address.
NOTE! The horse should not be treated with massage:
- Fever or infection
- Ongoing medication or pain relief
- Pregnant mare
- Infectious skin diseases (eg ringworm)
How long should it take before you can treat
- After vaccination 3 weeks
- After deworming 1 week
- Metacam (painkillers) 1 week
- After cortison 2 weeks
- Chiropractor 1 week
Please note that massage / craniosacral therapy never replaces veterinary care - if you suspect that your horse has a lameness or injury, go to a veterinarian.
Note! With laser treatment, the 96-hour waiting period applies before the competition
If you choose craniosacral therapy (KS) for your horse, it is recommended that you avoid, among other things, deep wave therapy, shockwave treatment and chiropractic treatment at least 1 month after KS treatment. If you use KS for your horse for a long time, you should completely avoid these types of treatments as the horse's system is wide open and used to softer methods.
The horse should be clean and dry, and free from fur shine / fly spray. The horse should not be ridden / worked before massage. If the muscles are warm, i do not get the same feeling when the blood flow has started.
10 min walk by hand is a good end as slag products have the opportunity to be cleaned out.
After treatment, the horse should rest on the same day and
- 2-3 days after the treatment
It was fine to walk with the horse during the rest days. Should the horse be shoed on the same day, the treatment is done after shoeing
Payment is made on site via Swish or invoice. Invoice with 10 days payment period. Interest on arrears in accordance with the Swedish Interest Act.
Return visits usually between 2-3 weeks. Normally, a clear change in the horse usually appears after 3 - 4 treatments, but it is very individual and depends on what the problem is and how long the horse has had the problem. Feel free to let your horse get a craniosacral / massage treatment from time to time for preventive purposes. It gives the horse better conditions to perform what you want.