Neill Saunders Animal and Human Therapist
Neill has become qualified in a number of specialist therapy areas and is the only animal and human therapist to incorporate such a range of therapies which complement not only one another but conventional medicine or veterinary treatment.
Neill is qualified and specialises in the following areas in the treatment of both animals and humans :
Mc Timoney-Corley Spinal Therapy
Equine Touch Therapy (was also an Instructor)
Visceral Manipulation Therapy (organs)
Neural Manipulation Therapy (nerves)
Vascular Manipulation Therapy (blood vessels)
Using his unique skills, Neill aims to take pressure off the brain and spinal cord. By addressing imbalances in these delicate structures (and related tissues), restrictions are released within the body and this enables it to work closer to maximum efficiency required for health and performance. Tension in an organ or peripheral nerve can have an effect on the mobility of the spine and by using his skills, Neill works to free tension and thus resolve symptoms and disease which manifest as a result of tissues not working correctly as a whole unit.
As an example, Neill worked on our 9 year old complicated Thoroughbred mare ‘Sun’ with a history of laminitis and metabolic dysfunction. Amongst other imbalances, he found and worked on a spasm in the colon which he has recognised as being associated with an initial attack of laminitis and may be responsible for recurrent bouts. He also found a problem in her guttural pouch which was challenging the function of her vagus nerve and in turn was causing problems with the spine and a resulting loss of performance and balance. He corrected this quickly and without discomfort to the horse. There were immediate and obvious postural changes and her overall health has since improved after her treatment in December 2011. In fact, in January 2012, previously unsuccessful sarcoid treatment was this time successful and we believe this was due in part to Neill’s therapy.
Fenland Lodge host clinics with Neill approximately every 3 months. Neill may also be able to visit you and your horse at your home or yard. Treatment takes around 60 minutes and costs around £60 (although additional travelling from Fenland Lodge (HU15 1RE) may incur additional charge.
For more information about Neill’s therapy contact Neill directly on mobile number 07770 408767. To find the next clinic date or to book a place contact Beccy Smith at Holistic Equine, mobile number 07766 772245 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org