Acupuncture & Muscle Release Therapy for Animals

" Acupuncture and Manual Osteopathic Manipulation is one of the fastest growing areas in Equine and Canine medicine "
Nash is one of the select few practitioners in NZ who's an expert on these modalities.

Treatments

I use acupuncture, muscle release and laser therapy to target specific trigger points for health issues, performance management, rehabilitation, or maintenance on your race horse, sport horse, dog or cat.

New Clients: Sessions commonly take about 1 hour and it is recommended to not work the animal after the session and giving them a day off the next day to allow to respond to the session. 
Generally 2 Sessions are recommended a week to 10 days apart, for more chronic conditions a 3rd session is recommended. After that a follow up session a month after is recommended. 

Current Clients: Owners may contact for maintenance sessions when required or when previously discussed on a regimen 


Meet Nash

I am extremely passionate about the welfare of animals and the important role that equine and canine physical therapy plays and aim to maximise their quality of life. I am constantly continuing to develop my skill set to better care for your animals.

What My Clients Have to Say

" When I contacted Nash I was literally at my wits end and ready to retire my horse!! He was unable to perform even the basic movements such as turning a circle or going in a straight line he fell over on the lunge. After one session he was able to turn and move forward and after the 3 sessions he is almost the horse he was 6 months ago. I am eternally grateful to this amazing lady and what she has done for my show horse. "

Show Horses: Zoe Cobb

Successfull in Treating

  • Back pain
  • Lameness
  • Head shakers and wobblers
  • Behavioral issues
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • And more.........

My Blog

One of My Recent Neurological Head Shaking Cases

October 8, 2017
Hi, I wanted to share with you one of my neurological head shaking case studies and her progress with Acupuncture, Moxa, Muscle release and certain supplements that have helped diminish extent of the head shaking. This particular case I met in June and the mare had become a violent head ...
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