Lorna Brown is a fully qualified and insured McTimoney Animal Therapist and member
of the MAA and BCMA. She is also a Tellington Ttouch Practioner for Equine and Companion
Animals and an experienced horse riding coach working with all riding levels and
Having completed her BSc in Equine Science at Hartpury college, Lorna proceeded to
work with Sarah Fisher at Tilley Farm (UK Ttouch Centre) and qualified as a Tellington
Ttouch Practitioner for Equine and Companion animals assisting on trainings/events
throughout the UK. She has also been trained in Equine and Canine massage, acupressure
and the Masterson method.
McTimoney was used as an integral part of the rehabilitation work carried out at
Tilley Farm, which led Lorna to study for her MSc in Animal Manipulation. She is
now using her combined skills to treat horses and companion animals and enjoying
working with owners to help them overcome individual training and handling issues
and attain maximum benefit from their McTimoney treatment.
The Veterinary Surgeons Act...As a result of The Veterinary Act (1966) and the subsequent
exemptions; it is illegal for any person, other than the owner of the animal, to
treat an animal unless the permission of the animals Veterinary Surgeon is sought
The therapies offered here are known as "complementary therapies," which means they
complement veterinary care and are not an alternative to traditional medicine. It
is important to have good communication between the Veterinary Surgeon, and other
parties treating the animal, as the sharing of information plays a crucial role in
diagnosis, treatment and after care.
General Chiropractic Council...The use of chiropractic techniques on humans is regulated
by the General Chiropractic Council where those who have undergone the relevant training
are registered as chiropractors. The term "Chiropractor" is solely reserved for people
who are qualified to treat humans.