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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 specialises in Horse and Rider performance but also enjoys managing sports injuries from all disciplines!

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
Juliet has a BSc(Hons) in Physiotherapy from Glasgow Caledonian University and has a huge amount of experience treating a wide range of sports injuries and musculoskeletal issues!

Juliet is currently working towards an MSc in Veterinary Physiotherapy from the University of Liverpool



⭐️ horsescotland Performance Squad Announcement ⭐️📣horsescotland Announces New Performance Programme Squad📣

horsescotland is delighted to announce that we have now completed selections for our sportscotland/Lottery funded Performance Programme 2021-2023. The Programme was open to any Scottish athlete who met the qualification requirements set out by their specific Olympic/ Para Olympic discipline and horsescotland would like to thank our Member Bodies for their support in this process. The 2-year programme is designed to identify, support, and develop athletes who demonstrate the potential to progress to GB Teams and Senior Championship level in the future.

horsescotland Chair, Grant Turnbull, states "As we enter a new 2 year cycle supporting our Performance Squad riders, I am delighted at the level of talent that our programme attracts. The programme strives to develop both riders and their horses as athletes, and I am very pleased that we are able to offer wide ranging support that goes well beyond 'on the horse' training. Continued development of industry professionalism, fitness, nutrition, sponsorship opportunities and business acumen is a significant part of our overarching ethos for all squad members to embrace."

The athletes joining the horsescotland Performance Programme are:

Showjumping: Anneliese Aitken
Emma Crawford
Fraser Reed
Graham Babes
Kelly Connor
Eventing: Douglas Crawford
Wills Oakden
Dressage: Joanna Barry

Following selection, new squad rider Fraser Reed gave his reaction saying “I have followed the horsescotland program for a few years now and admire their approach to developing both the horse and rider as individual athletes and as a team. I was pleased to hear I had been selected to be part of the performance program as I feel I’m at a stage in my showjumping career where the help from the professionals would greatly benefit my riding. I look forward to getting going with the programme and working with such knowledgeable trainers and hope the training helps to produce successful results over the next couple of years.”

Training will be held every two months for the athletes at venues across Scotland giving experience of a variety of venues and locations. The programme delivers technical skills training from Commandant John Ledingham, our show jumping coach, and Harry Payne, our dressage coach. Riders are also supported on the programme through our strength and conditioning coaches Robyn Dunn, physiotherapist, and Lauren Semple, fitness/nutritional specialist. The team will work closely together with the athletes, offering a holistic approach in supporting them to achieve success. Athletes also receive training in running their own business to support them in their careers, including media training.

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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)