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Welcome to Outline Chartered Physio

Outline Chartered Physio is an established practice specialising in Horse and Rider Physiotherapy, set up by Robyn Dunn in 2012.

We are based at West Sunnyside Equestrian (Hamilton/Larkhall) which has excellent equestrian facilities including a 20 x 40m covered arena, an equine treatment room with solarium and individual surfaced turnout paddocks. Our studio boasts two treatment rooms and a fully equipped gym!

<strong>Robyn Dunn</strong>
Robyn DunnChartered Physiotherapist and ACPAT Veterinary Physiotherapist
Robyn has a BSc(Hons) in Physiotherapy from Glasgow Caledonian University as well as a PgDp in Veterinary Physiotherapy from the University of the West of England (UWE).

Robyn is the Physiotherapist for the Horsescotland performance and development squad as well as the Physiotherapist for the Scottish Endurance Team and the British Endurance International Squad (Team GBR).

<strong>Juliet Loudon</strong>
Juliet LoudonChartered Physiotherapist and ACPAT Veterinary Physiotherapist
Juliet has a BSc(Hons) in Physiotherapy from Glasgow Caledonian University as well as a PgDp in Veterinary Physiotherapy from Liverpool University.

Juliet has a huge amount of experience treating a wide range of sports injuries and musculoskeletal issues in both human and equine.




When you are trying to make changes or improvements to your horse’s posture or muscle bulk it’s always worth taking pictures at regular intervals to measure your progress! You might be surprised at just how much change you can see!

These pictures were taken over the course of two weeks and show a really clear improvement in standing/resting posture.

This is my youngster Kal who has just come back from getting backed by Stead Eventing (who have done an excellent job 👏). He is now needing some time to get stronger and we need to work on his posture, symmetry and biomechanics 💪 This transformation has been from some physio treatment, stable exercises and groundwork alone; no riding and no gadgets! 🤍

When taking progress pictures make sure your horse is standing in the same position each time (square if possible!) and try to take pictures from the same angle so you can compare nicely side by side.

Also make sure your horses head and neck is in a ‘neutral’/resting position, i.e. they aren’t eating from a net or stretching to the floor as this will change the back posture and give you a false comparison!

Robyn x

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Our Accreditations:

Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP), The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC),
The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT),
The Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners (RAMP),
The Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP)