Webinar & Information Evening series for Animal Chiropractic

The McTimoney College of Chiropractic is delighted to announce a series of webinars focused on the effective use of the McTimoney treatment approach for animals.

These free to attend Zoom webinars will focus on a variety of different topics.

• ‘Use of Chiropractic in Veterinary Industry – What causes asymmetry of the pelvis?’
Thursday 23 September 2021 @7.00 – 8.30pm


We will also be offering a series of Online Information evenings for individuals interested in pursuing a career in McTimoney Animal Chiropractic.

Thursday  7 October 2021 @7.00pm-8.30pm

To reserve your place on one of the events please click on the hyperlinks above which will take you through to our EventBrite booking page. For more information about the events please see below.




Title: ‘Use of Chiropractic in Veterinary Industry – What causes asymmetry of the pelvis?’

When:  Thursday 23 September 2021 @7.00 – 8.30pm

Where: Zoom

What: Does your horse move equally through both hips, creating even power from both hindlimbs?

How can you tell if your horse is asymmetrical in the hindquarters, and what effect does it have anyway?

Initial research findings suggest that pelvic asymmetry can present from birth, (Stroud et al, 2016) and that correction of asymmetry produces improvements in stride length and speed in horses (Trott et al, 2012).

This webinar looks at the various causes of pelvic asymmetry and how these affect movement throughout the skeletal frame using latest data collection measures.

Learn more about how McTimoney treatment focuses on achieving symmetry and thereby improving equine athletic performance.

Presented by McTimoney Animal Association members and research staff from the McTimoney College of Chiropractic:  Dr Emma Punt and Nikki Routledge.

Speaker biographies: Nikki Routledge MSc MMAA, is a qualified McTimoney Animal Practitioner who has been treating competitive and pet horses and dogs in South West England for over 18 years. Nikki also enjoys teaching students at the McTimoney College of Chiropractic, being able to pass on the knowledge and skills which have given her such a varied and interesting career working with so many animals and their owners, to a new generation of animal chiropractic practitioners. Nikki says “Every day is different and every animal I see is an individual, and that makes my work rewarding…. I hope to continue working and teaching for many years to come”.

Dr Emma Punt has over 15 years experience as a McTimoney therapist specialising in Equine and Canine therapy and rehabilitation. With a first degree and PhD plus post-doctoral research experience from The University of Birmingham Emma is now one of the College’s Senior Tutors examiners and research supervisors. Emma has also worked with Jaguar Land Rover helping to develop a new safer towing technology and is the Research Lead for BARTA (British Animal Rescue and Trauma Care Association) pioneering research with Nottingham Trent University into equine transportation. In addition Emma has worked in Europe treating horses, running performance clinics and supporting research projects.

Register: Please register by following the link below to our EventBrite page. Please note registration for this event closes one week before the event.



Career Information Webinars

Title: ‘A Career in McTimoney Animal Chiropractic Online Information Evening’


Thursday 7 October 2021 @7.00pm-8.30pm

Where: Zoom

What: Interested in McTimoney Animal Chiropractic as a career?

Want to be your own boss, working in a fulfilling career with animals?

Want to know how to train whilst still working in your current role?

Then join us via Zoom online to learn more about Animal chiropractic training…

You will also have the opportunity to meet tutors on the MSc Animal Manipulation (Chiropractic) programme at the McTimoney College of Chiropractic.

Animal chiropractic changes lives for the better!

Register:  Please register by following the link below to our EventBrite booking page.

Thursday 7 October 2021 @7.00pm-8.30pm