Copperfield Equine Therapy and Rehabilitation Centre

Specialising in the treatment of Equine Immune Mediated Diseases, Lyme Disease, Bartonella, Mycoplasma Infections

Located in Co. Limerick, Ireland the centre is the ideal location for all equine therapy and rehabilitation needs.

Here you will find out all about Copperfield Equine Therapy and Rehabilitation Centre (CETRC) and the wide variety of treatments that are available here to cater for your horses needs.

Providing specialized Herbal formulations  in the treatment of Equine Immune Mediated Diseases such as Bartonella, Lyme Disease, Mycoplasma Infections and associated Neurological disorders, tried and tested with extraordinary lasting results.

The centre has all the facilities necessary to ensure care of your horse to the highest standards and we take great pride in being able to diagnose and treat illnesses and injuries that have proven ellusive to all previous treatments.

CETRC is Ireland’s leading Equine holistic treatment centre and offers a wide range of different treatment protocols, it is professionally run by a team with many years experience, and the centre,  having a solid reputation in achieving astounding results with chronic and difficult cases for over 20 years now.

We can guarantee that we will provide a specialized complimentary treatment programme to suit all your horses requirements.

Getting the most from your horse requires professional independant nutritional advice- Our Approach- we look at the following:

* Achieving Optimum Performance is predominately our goal

* Good healthcare is vital for performance and breeding

* Soundness and strength for performance

* Obtain efficient recovery rates after racing, competition

Sports Nutrition is now essentially focused on improving performance for horses; there is an enormous amount of research being done internationally in regard to structuring the diet and adding nutraceuticals with proven results. The importance of diet design mineral , vitamin balance, electrolytes and hydration, carbohydrate loading, and pre-competition feeding can have dramatic effects on athletic performance