Sue has worked in the equestrian industry for over 25 years. During this time, she has been fortunate enough to work with some truly inspiring owners and professionals. With a BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy from Kings College London, a MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy from the Royal Veterinary College, and a BSc (Open) from the Open University, Sue has a solid education. However, the horses are, and always have been, Sue’s best teachers, and she learns more every day.
Sue, the Writer
An avid writer, Sue’s published books include ‘Horse Massage for Horse Owners’ and ‘Understanding Horse Performance: Brain, Pain or Training?’.
Her list of eBooks is growing each month, and she blogs regularly, as well as posting on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.
Sue’s purpose is to make the world a happier place for horses and their handlers. Her mission is to inspire compassion, through sharing knowledge, understanding and experience. It is her goal that by 2035, every horse person will recognise that there are links between pain, behaviour and performance. If these goals fit with yours, then I know you’ll want to join Sue on her journey.
With her extensive range of qualifications, Sue has an in depth understanding of the links between the physical, behavioural and performance issues that can affect your horse. Sue works with you and the team surrounding your horse to ensure the very best treatment. From happy hacker or family pet to Grand Prix dressage horse or international show jumper, all horses benefit from her compassionate treatment.
Sue lives with her son Philip, their Miniature Schnuazer Lily, and their cats Fluffy and Kitty. She prioritises time with family and friends, and enjoys reading, camping, and spa days.
"I’m really grateful that you’re giving your time to look through my website. I know how precious your time is, and I hope that you find what you’re looking for."
The Horse Physio
I’m passionate about making the world a happier place for horse and their handlers, inspiring compassion through sharing knowledge, experience and understanding. I do this through my writing, and through treating horses.
If there’s anything more I can do to help you, please drop me a message.”