Upleadon
Gloucestershire

Mobile: 07803 294446
Email:
Web: www.animaltherapist.co.uk

About Emily Wilton


Competing at Salperton, Glos.June 2006
Emily has treated a large number of horses and dogs and believes that complementary therapies can significantly improve the performance and well-being of an animal.

Emily has had a passion for animals her whole life and has worked with and owned horses for over 12 years, regularly competing in B.S.J.A and British Eventing.

She graduated from Hartpury College with a BSc (Hons) in Equine Science and subsequently gained a Diploma in Animal Manipulation from the McTimoney-Corley College (Oxford College of Equine Physical Therapies). She is fully insured.

Emily has passed British Horse Society Stage 3 Horse Care and both Stages 1 and 2 in Care and Riding.

Emily has experience working in a variety of equestrian spheres including eventing, racing, driving, Riding for the Disabled, hunting, livery and competition yards.

Case Study for Galen Therapy Feb 2007
In order to support and expand her work, Emily has completed a Diploma in Canine Massage at the Galen Therapy Centre. This enables her to treat muscular conditions and work with vets to be part of the rehabilitation programme.

In order to provide the best possible care for your animal, Emily works alongside your veterinary surgeon and other professionals, such as your saddler, farrier and equine dentist and other therapists.

Based in Upleadon, Emily travels throughout Gloucestershire and nearby counties. Discounts are available for a course of treatments and for group bookings.


Using McTimoney-Corley Animal Manipulation techniques




Contact Emily for further details or to arrange a consultation for your animal:

07803 294446
Legal Notice
Animal treatment is governed by the law, and it is vital that these legislations are adhered to − not only from a legal perspective but also to ensure the ongoing welfare of your animal(s). The therapies offered by Emily Wilton are known as "complementary therapies," which means they complement veterinary care and are not an alternative to traditional medicine.
Welcome | About Emily | Therapies & Treatment | Horses | Dogs | Links | Contact

© Emily Wilton 2008 | Web design by hexagon:blue