Cat and Canine Muscle Release Therapy
This therapy was evolved from EMRT by Ali Goward, Founder and Principal of the Equus College of Learning & Research. I qualified in this in 2009 and have since treated a variety of dogs for different injuries. Although not having to cope with the weight of a rider they still have similar problems caused by the ease with which they learn to compensate.
Most of my canine patients have injured themselves in falls when jumping or by slipping whilst running. Not surprisingly the majority are either agility dogs, working gun dogs or the racing and coursing breeds. The treatment is excellent for speeding recovery from injury and for re-
As with EMRT the treatment is gentle and non-
“As a professional falconer my dogs are an essential part of the team. I expect them to be able to work long days on terrain that can vary from heavy, clinging clay to rock screes. Inevitably they pick up injuries and I find CCMRT helps them recover swiftly and keeps them fit for work.” -
Sue with one of her favourite ‘patients’