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Applied Racehorse Support Therapies

(Level 5)





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Ready to take your manual therapy skills to the racing industry? Our CPD course, accredited by IRVAP (Institute of Registered Veterinary Animal Physiotherapists) offers you the tools and knowledge you need to excel in the racing industry. Racing trainers prefer working with therapists who have knowledge and experience of the industry and the unique requirements of racehorses so we’ve tailored this course using our wealth of experience working with racehorses on an international scale including: China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Europe, Australia, USA, Ireland, United Kingdom and the Middle East.

Upon completing this CPD course, you'll gain invaluable insights into racehorse care, from understanding the intricacies of the racing industry to implementing advanced manual therapy techniques for optimal performance. Here's just a glimpse of what you'll learn:

  • Gain a deep understanding of the ethical considerations and challenges inherent in working with racehorses, setting you apart as a conscientious and responsible professional.

  • Learn how to identify, prevent, and address muscle imbalances in racehorses, crucial for maintaining peak performance and preventing injuries.

  • Explore holistic horse care practices that prioritise the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of racehorses, optimising their racing careers and overall quality of life.  Including our proven modalities used with racehorses on an international platform - Tension Point Release and Myofascial Decompression Technique (Cupping).

  • Understand the vital role of communication and ethical treatment in safeguarding the welfare of racehorses, fostering a culture of care and compassion within the industry.

Don't miss this opportunity to elevate your skills and make a positive impact on the lives of racehorses. Enrol today and join a community dedicated to excellence in racehorse care and performance!

You will gain 30 CPD points.


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