Welcome to EQUINE VET CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE web page. We are a small but efficient practice. With a background as veterinarian we provide a high standard in equine chiropractic from 2006.
We offer an individual and personal service to our clients, understanding that each horse requires specific chiropractic treatment.
Chiropractic in horses can at times appear to be very confusing and complicated! Our web page has been designed to try to help you understand a little more about what it is and how we work.
If you are looking for an equine veterinarian trained in animal chiropractic and you feel confident with us, please be welcome to visit our web page and we hope you will find what you are looking for.
Our best wishes,
Jose M. Gomez-Garcia DVM,Cert IVAS,CertMIVCA,MRCVS
We work very closely with many Equine Veterinary Practices and we ask at our clients to inform at your primary vet, as courtesy to him/her, that we are taken chiropractic care of your horse. Sometime we need to refer back at your vet your horse for a more specific diagnosis.
Veterinary Chiropractic treatment does not replace traditional veterinary medicine. However, it can provide additional means of diagnosis and treatment options for spinal problems as well as biomechanical related musculoskeletal disorders and performance.
We work in geographical areas Monday to Friday, covering the counties of West Sussex and some areas of Surrey. To determine if you are based within an area that we provide a service you will need to contact the practice direct.
We will always do our best to accommodate the needs of our clients as promptly as possible. Sometimes however due to demand or distance we are not able to facilitate an appointment as quickly as the client has requested. In these instances we can offer the client an appointment at one of three clinics that we run. The clinics are based in Cowfold (West Sussex) and Fife (Scotland).
If we do not work in your area and you would like an Equine Chiropractor to treat your horse you can check in the web page of the British Veterinary Chiropractic Association (www.bvca-uk.org) and there you will find an Equine Chiropractor who is based more locally to you.