Catherine Bradley DEP MEPA(UK)
Catherine completed the two year Equine Podiatry Training Ltd course in 2015 and she is a member of the Equine Podiatry Association.
The lowdown on equine podiatry and what to expect.
Hoof rehabilitation advice.
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1 Harrisons Way, Stoke Canon, EX5 4BG Exeter, Devon
Tel: 07967 995 727
9am - 5pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Fit for a Queenie is named after my sadly departed elderly mare, Queenie. She started me on a journey to holistic health care for horses, which has taken me through two diplomas in Applied Zoopharmacognosy, three reiki levels and onto a diploma in Equine Podiatry
I have had barefoot horses since 2009. They had had a variety of 'jobs' including dressage, driving, hacking and generally enjoying retirement.
As an Equine Podiatrist (EP), I am interested in utilizing natural healing mechanisms to help your horse produce the best hoof it can. My background in Applied Zoopharmacognosy makes me very keen to use the gentlest, most natural products I can, when supplementation and hoof 'jollop' is needed. I like to work closely as a team with body workers, vets, nutritionists and other equine professionals where applicable, as I believe that your horses' team will be most effective when working together. To this end, Maisie Wake (Equine behaviourist, massage therapist and physio-in-training) and I have set up Equilibrium Horse Health. EHH is a collaboration whereby we visit mutual clients together where possible and share our notes, videos and photographs with each other, the client and any other equine professional involved in the case.