Welcome to A.E.M.T.
Advanced Equine Muscle Therapy
and the Emmett Technique for Horses
So much more than horse massage
This is pain free, light-touch neuromuscular therapy!
- Repairing stressed, sore and atrophied muscles
- Restoring spinal balance and biomechanical efficiency
- Rebuilding optimum performance in your horse or pony !
For all riding disciplines
Every horse needs biomechanical efficiency to perform at its best and to be comfortable.
Biomechanical efficiency means the limbs and musculotendinous units (muscle and tendon tissue) are working together at their maximum comfort and performance and require the minimum amount of energy possible to perform the task.
This is such an effective equine muscle management system.
Advanced equine muscle therapy is the perfect solution to restore biomechanical efficiency.
The Emmett technique that we utilise, reactivates spinal balance and stimulates the correct muscle memory.
This is achieved through a light touch, non-invasive sequence which corrects the spinal balance and targets specific muscle groups. This stimulates the neuro paths between the muscle and brain.
It is like turning on a light switch!
It reminds the affected muscle of what it should be doing rather than allowing that and surrounding muscles to remain in protection mode.
The result is that instant release is most often experienced and the associated pain and discomfort is eased.
This then allows increased movement, enhanced blood circulation, lymphatic drainage and improved quality of life for the horse.
This state-of-the-art treatment is highly beneficial for every horse and pony.
You will be amazed at how easily outstanding results can be achieved and your horse will be delighted!
Don't wait, every horse and pony should be on a maintenance programme to assist with their health, vitality and performance.
Contributing factors to Biomechanical problems
It is so easy to lose biomechanical efficiency.
A horse can simply slip in the paddock and a strained muscle can be the result.
Contributing factors can be:-
- muscle or tendon strains and tear
- spinal imbalance
- conformation issues
- poor saddle fit
- poor rug fit
- poor riding position and/or style
- incorrect hoof trimming or shoeing
- improper diet, imbalance or deficiency of vitamin and minerals
- dental issues
- poor lymphatic and blood circulation
Book a treatment session online or call 0419 556 783