If you want to improve and/or retain the performance of a horse, equine physiotherapy is an important aid for the trainer and rider and it effectively supports rehabilitation after veterinary treatment.
Physical measures such as cold and heat therapy, Kneipp's affusions and electrotherapy supplement the manual and osteopathic techniques such as massage as well as mobilisation and manipulation treatment of the joints.
An individual training program ensures muscular stabilisation of the horse.
• External appraisal
• Adspection with motion analysis
• Evaluation an documentation
• Osteopathy/manual therapy
• Soft-tissue techniques
• Muscular extensions
• Theoretical and practical training therapy• Laser/magnetic field
• Case examples
Team of lecturers
The team of lecturers is made up of vets and equine physiotherapists and osteopaths.
We reserve the right to change the course schedule and lecturers.
The practical training takes place on the spacious facilities and/or in the indoor riding school, please bring suitable clothing and working shoes with you.
Vets and human physiotherapists can obtain FN (German Equestrian Federation) recognition for the course. The longeing badge is a prerequisite in this case.
Costs & procedure
Course fee per unit 510.00 euros
There are seven units, each of which lasts from Wednesday to Sunday. (330 teaching units including examination)
Examination fee 340.00 euros (two-day examination) plus fee for the FN accreditation examination of 65.00 euros
Tuition is from 9.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. (one-hour midday break) and ends at around 1.00 p.m. on Sundays.
Meyer – Hof
Finteler Str. 8
Tel. 05193 / 6491
Fax 05193 / 4746
Tel. 05193 / 93180 or
Tina Meyer, Tel. 05193 / 6491
ABC OF THE HORSE, Pauli Grönberg
Please use our registration form here.