Dr Gillian Tabor, a Chartered Physiotherapist, provides assessment and treatment for horse.
Please email me – link below or phone/text 07989 589667 for an appointment.
CHARTERED ◊ PROFESSIONAL ◊ EXPERIENCED
Gillian Tabor is a Chartered Physiotherapist who has been working as an ACPAT Veterinary Physiotherapist for over 15 years, in her own practice in Devon. She specialises in physio for horses and riders, with the focus on treatment and rehabilitation of competition horses.
With experience in treating all types of horses, Gillian uses her physiotherapy skills, in combination with knowledge of biomechanics, to help your horses. Physiotherapy integrates hands-on treatments, with electrotherapy and exercise, specifically selected to improve your horses posture, performance, balance and strength.
Gillian is the programme manager and lectures on the MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy course at Hartpury University and is undertaking research, both her own equine projects and supervising students.
When not working she has two young Lusitanos to keep her busy and plans to progress up the dressage levels with them.
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