Debbie Equine Neuromuscular

Debbie Equine Neuromuscular

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Thank you so much for coming out to see Roo. To see him move so freely for the first time since we’ve had him was amazing! He has quite a sort choppy stride. I didn’t expect such a massive difference. Brought tears to my eyes. We can’t wait for your next visit!!!
About Debbie and Neuromuscular

It has taken Debbie a couple of years to set up the Kildinan Equine Education Facility and her qualifications have enabled her to work in the areas of:
~ Equine Neuromuscular Therapy
~ Human Neuromuscular Therapy
~ Train the trainer
~ T.E.F.L
Debbie has also worked in hotels, the bed and breakfast industry and has been involved with a lot of children’s activities. Debbie has always been interested in the way the horse moves and it has always amazed her how much strength their muscles need to allow them to have such great athletic ability in all disciplines.



After obtaining different approaches to the intermittent lameness of her horses and ponies Debbie came across Neuromuscular Therapy, which is scientifically proven. Debbie also notices that if she has treated a horse and is called back with the same complaint; by looking into the riders alignment she can discover that they are preventing their horse from moving correctly. Debbie having treated animals and humans for the past 11 years knows that Neuromuscular Therapy Techniques have proven to aid correction to dysfunctional muscle tissue which may be the cause of a lot of imobilizaton problems in our horses such as:

~ Loss of impulsion
~ Restricted range of motion
~ Back sore /hollow
~ Bracing against/avoiding the bit
~ Improper tracking forward/backward/Laterly
~ Refusing/Resisting Leads
~ Hind limb interference
~ Girthing problems
~ Unwilling or unable to walk up/down hills



Normal movement will only take place when all muscles are working together. Often muscle tissues which are weakened by injury, triggerpoint activity or neurology or any other means, will call upon other muscles to substitute for the action they should be performing, while these other muscles will compensate for the movement; they will also most certainly create dysfunctional movement which in turn causes stress on those particular muscles. When this is the case new joint stress will be encountered. Pain may well be a function of such dysfunctional patterns.

Without a healthy muscle the horse’s ability to follow through a smooth range of motion is restricted, and the strength is lessened. This restricted area is compensated by other muscles, and while the restricted muscle begins to lose its tone the muscles compensating begin to feel the strain, the strain is felt mostly in the origin tendon of the muscle and the Golgi tendon sensory receptors indicate how hard the muscle is working, so when the sensory receptors detect an overload they will stop the muscles activity to prevent damage.

Neuromuscular Therapy works with the knowledge that the motor system in muscles will have lost feedback information for refinement of movement, leading to abnormal mechanical stresses of muscles/joints. Such effects of proprioceptive deficit may not be evident for many months after trauma. (Leon Chaitoe, Judith Walker Delany, Clinical application of Neuromscular Techniques, Volume2.) which may be why we don't see the dysfunction in our horses until they are not performing right, such as in the list above.

This Therapy is non evasive and does not necessarily mean your horse has to be on box rest as proprioception can be reinstated immediately. Techniques included would be Positional release, Strain Counter Strain, ischemia and any others that would suit the re-alignment of deep muscle fibres through hands on Therapy. The Techniques work on the Nerve signals between the muscle fibres and the brain, these signals are transmitted through the central nervous system.

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Debbie Equine Neuromuscular updated their business hours. 08/02/2022

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Debbie Equine Neuromuscular updated their business hours.

17/07/2021

Neuromuscular Therapy and FSM getting to the cause not just treating the symptom ❤

18/06/2020

Sisters😍 Arko 111 x Heartbreaker yearling And Im Special De Muze x Heartbreaker 2 year old.. #sporthorses#jumpinghorses#twoforthefuture

11/06/2020

Debbie Equine Neuromuscular's cover photo

11/06/2020

Debbie Equine Neuromuscular's cover photo

03/06/2020

The deep pectoral muscle helps draw the leg and shoulder backwards which can become tense in horses who have lost suppleness in theire backs or necks.. This problem often makes the horse RESENT BEING GIRTHED UP.
Frequency Specific Microcurrent enhances my ability to target deep muscles.

31/05/2020

Douglas x Heartbreaker

Welcome little filly 😍😍

29/05/2020

Debbie Equine Neuromuscular

Treated this lovely girl who very stiff and Lame. Using FREQUENCY SPECIFIC MICROCURRENT enhanced my ability with the Neuromuscular treatment.

29/05/2020

Treated this lovely girl who very stiff and Lame. Using FREQUENCY SPECIFIC MICROCURRENT enhanced my ability with the Neuromuscular treatment.

26/05/2020

Please share and spread the word 🙏thank you 😊

10/05/2020

Kildinan equine education centre

Alice telling Ophelia how much fun is to be had here at www.Kildinanequine.co.uk ❤️

10/05/2020

This mare hated having her hind legs lifted for the farrier.. 2 treatments and now farrier and mare are a match in heaven ❤️

26/01/2020

Any chance of a neuromuscular treatment Debbie...after your coffee of course 😍

31/12/2019
24/12/2019

🌲🎅🌲🎅🌲🎅🌲🎅🌲🎅
Thank you to all my clients I hope you have an enjoyable Christmas. See you in 2020
🌲🎅🌲🎅🌲🎅🌲🎅🌲🎅

06/06/2019

Another exciting year ahead. I 💓 my work as a Neuromuscular Therapist

04/06/2019

The saddle sits on intricate and hence vulnerable structures of the highly specialised bones, vertebrae, which, if restricted, adversely affect all movement. Note the tiny rib joints and how easily these can become excessively, painfully compressed if a) the tree is twisted b) the flocking is unbalanced c) the gullet clearance is too narrow d) the numnah or saddle cloth lacks protection e) the rider is unbalanced f) there is a combination of all of these factors. The results could be bruised ribs, misaligned ribs, muscle spasm, muscle overuse, abnormal gait, all culminating in compromised breathing. Poor performance is inevitable, especially if the girth is either too loose or too tight.

30/05/2019

Interesting conversation today.
I treated a horse who would not pick up the legs for the farrier..because of my knowledge of the muscle skeletal system, and neuromuscular. I was able to successfully treat the horse so it stood and picked up all 4 feet for the farrier.
A horse shouldn't struggle with picking up a leg..unless there is a clinical reason.
So the client told me they thought it was a behaviour problem and didn't realise it could be because they had restricted movement.

21/05/2019

Travelling to Cork to do Horses
18th June..spaces available please private message me.

18/05/2019

Equine and Canine News

14/05/2019

About Debbie and Neuromuscular

It has taken Debbie a couple of years to set up the Kildinan Equine Education Facility and her qualifications have enabled her to work in the areas of:
~ Equine Neuromuscular Therapy
~ Human Neuromuscular Therapy
~ Train the trainer
~ Orthopaedic Sports Massage


After obtaining different approaches to the intermittent lameness of her horses and ponies Debbie came across Neuromuscular Therapy, which is scientifically proven. Debbie also notices that if she has treated a horse and is called back with the same complaint; by looking into the riders alignment she can discover that they are preventing their horse from moving correctly. Debbie having treated animals and humans for the past 15 years knows that Neuromuscular Therapy Techniques have proven to aid correction to dysfunctional muscle tissue which may be the cause of a lot of imobilizaton problems in our horses such as:

~ Loss of impulsion
~ Restricted range of motion
~ Back sore /hollow
~ Bracing against/avoiding the bit
~ Improper tracking forward/backward/Laterly
~ Refusing/Resisting Leads
~ Hind limb interference
~ Girthing problems
~ Unwilling or unable to walk up/down hills



Normal movement will only take place when all muscles are working together. Often muscle tissues which are weakened by injury, triggerpoint activity or neurology or any other means, will call upon other muscles to substitute for the action they should be performing, while these other muscles will compensate for the movement; they will also most certainly create dysfunctional movement which in turn causes stress on those particular muscles. When this is the case new joint stress will be encountered. Pain may well be a function of such dysfunctional patterns.

Without a healthy muscle the horse’s ability to follow through a smooth range of motion is restricted, and the strength is lessened. This restricted area is compensated by other muscles, and while the restricted muscle begins to lose its tone the muscles compensating begin to feel the strain, the strain is felt mostly in the origin tendon of the muscle and the Golgi tendon sensory receptors indicate how hard the muscle is working, so when the sensory receptors detect an overload they will stop the muscles activity to prevent damage.

Neuromuscular Therapy works with the knowledge that the motor system in muscles will have lost feedback information for refinement of movement, leading to abnormal mechanical stresses of muscles/joints. Such effects of proprioceptive deficit may not be evident for many months after trauma. (Leon Chaitoe, Judith Walker Delany, Clinical application of Neuromscular Techniques, Volume2.) which may be why we don't see the dysfunction in our horses until they are not performing right, such as in the list above.

This Therapy is non evasive and does not necessarily mean your horse has to be on box rest as proprioception can be reinstated immediately. Techniques included would be Positional release, Strain Counter Strain, ischemia and any others that would suit the re-alignment of deep muscle fibres through hands on Therapy. The Techniques work on the Nerve signals between the muscle fibres and the brain, these signals are transmitted through the central nervous system.

06/05/2019

Isn't nature incredible

03/05/2019

Friday morning Adorability

What's this mum..oh no your much nicer

29/03/2019

Hello Dublin .
Ready for a day of Equine Neuromuscular clients 🐎🐎🐎 love my work.

ntc.ie 12/03/2019

Frequency Specific Microcurrent

Looking forward to this course..always learning new ways for the good of the Horse and Rider.

Achieve results never before possible in:
Inflammation • Fibromyalgia • Myofascial Trigger Points Trauma Repair• Irritable Bowel Syndrome • Nerve Pain
Peripheral Neuropathies • Skin Anti-Aging.
Get qualified to offer Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) to your patients - next course to be held in NTC Dublin starts March 29th, 2019. This is truly an amazing piece of equipment.

ntc.ie FSM courses and laser therapy training delivered in Dublin Ireland.

15/02/2019
09/02/2019

I've arrived
Can't wait to learn even more about Biotensegrity and Fascia and add it to my Neuromuscular physical therapy work for my clients AND their Horses!!!

19/01/2019
17/01/2019

The only problem I have with this picture is Tensegrity.. in my eork the whole equine body is 1 muscle there are no stopping points

11/01/2019

Debbie Equine Neuromuscular

Travelling To Dublin/Kildare
MONDAY 4TH FEB
A couple spaces left please Pm me

11/01/2019

Travelling To Dublin/Kildare
MONDAY 4TH FEB
A couple spaces left please Pm me

10/01/2019

😀😁😀Hot and Cold therapy ..long run in the woods followed by a plunge in the lake !!!

03/01/2019

ALL BOOKED
Can't wait to learn even more about Biotensegrity and Fascia and add it to my Neuromuscular physical therapy work for my clients AND their Horses!!!

02/01/2019

Puddle feeling good after his Xmas break.😍

25/12/2018

WE HAVE A WINNER🥉🥉
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Douglas x Heartbreaker
Puddle feeling good after his Xmas break.😍

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Battle
TN330BQ

Opening Hours

Monday 7am - 7pm
Tuesday 7am - 7pm
Wednesday 7am - 7pm
Thursday 7am - 7pm
Friday 7am - 7pm

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