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Deep Oscillation Therapy- Holistic Treatment for Horses and their Riders

Unveiled at The Holistic Horse Show 2008 - Gilliyan Carter of Equi-Therapy™ UK demonstrates DEEP OSCILLATION® therapy as a treatment for horses and their riders at Stand L3. Unex Towerlands, Essex 24/56/26 October 2008

The Holistic Horse Show 2008, Unex Towerlands, Essex 24/56/26 October 2008 is the first show of it’s kind in the UK and will bring together for the very first time, experts in holistic horse care, who will explain and demonstrate holistic products and services for the horse and pony. At Holistic Horse 2008, Gilliyan Carter of Equi-Therapy™ UK will demonstrate the DEEP OSCILLATION® PERSONAL SPORTS device at her stand (L3), which she uses regularly as an accessory to equine massage achieving outstanding results for both the horse and their rider.

Equi-Therapy ™ UK prides itself on producing top quality equine massage courses and is renowned for producing some of the best equine sports massage therapists in the industry today with graduates obtaining the Equine Sports Massage Diploma. Courses are designed for career-minded individuals and horse owner’s a-like.

Back in September 2007, Gilliyan was the first in Europe to use DEEP OSCILLATION® therapy as a treatment for horses and their riders and since then many of her graduates have gone on to purchase a unit for themselves; with the UK now seeing DEEP OSCILLATION® Equine Therapists in London, Essex, Wiltshire, Northampton, Bedfordshire, Nottinghamshire and as far a field as Dubai. DEEP OSCILLATION® is regularly offered as a treatment at Flawborough Equine.

How Deep Oscillation ® Works: An electrostatic field is built up between the gloved hands of the therapist/or applicator and the tissue, it is then pulsed in varying frequencies throughout treatment. This causes the tissue segment undergoing treatment to be attracted and released, as the hands of the therapist massage the area, triggering a unique, deeply penetrating lasting resonance vibration known as DEEP OSCILLATION®.

DEEP OSCILLATION® is an extremely safe, gentle form of massage which reaches a depth of 8cm; penetrating all tissue layers including the connective tissue providing faster regeneration after training, traumatic injury, damage from overstraining and operations and for muscle aches, strains, inflammation, swelling, wounds. It does not require heat or electrical stimulation to obtain results and so can be applied over implanted metal pins and plates and can be used safely upto 3 times a day.

If you would like more information regarding the courses/treatments offered at Equi-Therapy™ UK please call Gilliyian Carter on Mobile: +44(0)7909-990445 or visit.




For more information on DEEP OSCILLATION® therapy or to enquire about pricing for the unit please visit http://www.physiopod.co.uk (Sole UK Distributor).


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