physiokey Equine Practitioners have completed practical and theoretical training under the guidance of our physiokey equine trainers and are fully insured for physiokey equine therapy.

All practitioners are independent.




physiokey equine therapy may help soft tissue trauma as well as strain and tension areas areas along the back, hindquarters, hamstrings and neck.


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physiokey equine therapy may help activate relaxation of muscles, prevent restriction in forelimb movement and improve extension and joint mobility.


physiokey equine therapy may help activate relaxation of the muscles to relieve pain, unlock tension and keep muscle soft and supple, and improve joint mobility.


physiokey equine therapy may help to reduce muscle trauma and speed up recovery as well as improve lymphatic drainage to remove lactic acid from muscles.

Listed physiokey Equine Practitioners have completed practical and theoretical training and are fully insured for physiokey equine therapy. All practitioners are independent.


South Australia

Nicole Bruggemann

Australia Wide Training and Treatment: Brookman Park Racing
Veterinary Nurse, Horse Trainer, physiokey Equine Trainer.
t: 0427 662 690
Monarto, SA 5254

Chelsea Paige Harper

CP Equestrian
t: 0429 596 687
Clare, SA 5453 (Mobile Service available)

Katie Garrard

t: 0403 825 520
Globe Derby Park, SA 5110

Nicki Samson-Ward

t: 0402 405 828
Barossa Valley, Gawler, Mt Pleasant, Kersbrook and surrounding areas.

Sharon Helgeson

t: 0433 030 841
Northeastern Suburbs of Adelaide , SA

Penny Scott
t: 0419 388 754
Adelaide Hills, Fleurieu Peninsula, Murraylands. SA

Anita Bransden
t: 0400 759 361
Most areas of SA – mobile

Leah Conlon

Horse Trainer
t: 0418 847 803
Morphettville, SA 5043

Chelisa Trethowan

Mobile service Adelaide Hills and beyond.
t: 0418 836 806
Strathalbyn SA 5255



Caroline Carr

Innovation Equine Therapy
NIS practitioner, Emmett Practitioner, Bowen Therapist.
t:  0438 661 005
Ballarat, Vic 3350

Kaye Cameron

0408 868 178
Gippsland area

Monika Haller

Craniosacral therapy, Reiki, Jin Shin Jyutsu, Trust Technique Practitioner w:
0407 521 397
Woodend 3442

Sonia Murphy
t: 0419 521 876
Mornington Peninsula, Gippsland and surrounding areas



Louise Richards

Veterinary Nurse. Bowen Therapist
t:  0438 763 278
Beaudesert/Jimboomba area, Tamborine, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Warwick and surrounding areas.

Claire Shephard

t:  0408 258 560
Ipswich, Gatton, Toowoomba

Crystal Harris

t:  0403 192 478
Jimboomba-Beadesert area, can travel most of South East Qld.


New South Wales

Charmaine New

t:  0414 415 246
Mobile: Young to Albury, Griffith, Orange, Bathurst, Central Coast, Sydney


Chris Mortensen

t:  0423 423 087
Sydney, NSW


Western Australia

Sharlene Bysouth

t:  0411 729 219
South West WA 06239


Northern Territory

Simone Heehan

Holistics Horseworks Equine Unwinding, Cranio Sacral Unwinding & Advanced Kinesiology, Cranial Decompression
t:  0429 691 502
Alice Springs, NT 0870


The main advantage of physiokey equine therapy is that it can aid treatment of a number of ailments in a natural way without chemicals that could have adverse side effects.

Is physiokey Equine Therapy safe?

physiokey equine therapy is extremely safe. There are no adverse side-effects and very few contraindications. The animals usually enjoy having treatment due to the endorphin release experienced when the neuropeptide-healing chemicals are released in response to the physiokey impulse. Horses may droop their lower lip and appear sedated! The results from physiokey equine therapy are fast, intense, and long lasting.

How does it work?

physiokey is bioadaptive impulse technology.

The adaptive and regulatory way in which the physiokey works is produced by constant skin and tissue resistance measurements. As a result, each signal individually adapts to the present state of the body. The form and duration of the therapy is regulated by the patient themselves. The effect on the vegetative nervous system and thus on the body's own adjustment and regulatory processes strengthens the body’s defence and shows the body a route to self-healing.

More than 80% of patients notice a significant change in their symptoms after treatment. Users report an improvement in the tensile state of the muscles. The rapid reduction of soft tissue swelling could be observed in a large number of patients. Here, it is likely that there is quicker lymph drainage as a result of the special impulse technology.

How often will I need to use the physiokey on my horse?

This will depend on many factors.

If your horses injury / condition is recent then you may achieve fast relief, return to function with only one or two applications of the physiokey. Other injuries that are chronic may take longer.

If your horse suffers from chronic injuries then you may need more sessions (even every day) to get significant and long lasting results.

Can I use the physiokey on myself!


The physiokey  device is a 100% drug-free non-invasive pain relief treatment that can be used by people and animals of all ages.

I'm not good with technology! Will I be able to use the physiokey correctly?

The physiokey is simple to use.

Once you understand the basic functions and become comfortable with the program settings you will be pleasantly surprised how easy it is to use on your horse and yourself!

We are always on hand to help via telephone, email, our and we regularly run demonstration days and equine clinics to give you a run-through session!

How does physiokey differ from PEMF and TENS?

Pain Relief

physiokey: Yes. Fast and Sustained. Pain relief extends beyond the actual treatment, often days to weeks.

PEMF: Concept of cellular health which in turn provides pain relief.

TENS: Short lived. Pain subsides usually only while the TENS unit is activated.

Functional Principle

physiokey: Principle of Interactive Neurostimulation. The physiokey generates a highly variable neural-like impulse that affects the sensory nerves just below the skin, activating the on-board pharmacy of the brain to release endorphins, opioids, anti-inflammatory mechanisms other neuropeptides.

PEMF: Principle of ‘Cellular Exercise. PEMF device sends a pulsing magnetic field through a soft, flexible rubber coil or rug. Concept of ‘Cellular Exercise’ -  stimulating cells to release waste, toxins and inflammation and receive oxygen and nutrients.

TENS: Gate theory to block pain.

Type of Therapy

physiokey: Dynamic and Active therapy. Specificity of treatment. Fixed electrodes on the device are moved over the skin to detect and treat specific areas. Targeted application = faster outcomes.

PEMF: Passive Therapy. A loop or rug is placed on or over the body.

TENS: Passive Therapy. Electrodes pads adhered to the skin. Treatment is hit or miss with electrode pads placed around pain area. No detection of treatment areas. No specificity of treatment.


physiokey: Feedback Controlled. The device sends out a neural-like impulse and then waits for it to return from the body. The device then reads the returning impulse and adjusts its own subsequent signal. Because of this feedback mechanism, each new signal differs from the previous one, thus preventing the body habituating to a single, continuous electrical signal.

PEMF: No Feedback. Pulsing electromagnetic fields travel from the main unit through the loop/s

TENS: No Feedback. The body adapts itself to the single, continuous electrical signal and eventually just ignores it. The net result? The pain returns.

Release of Regulative Peptides

physiokey: Yes. physiokey's highly variable neural-like impulse induces the release of neuropeptides due to their ability to activate C fibres. It is the release of neuropeptides that enables the body to heal.



Treatment efficiency

physiokey: Highly Effective treatment times. 5-20 minutes at a time.

PEMF: Effective treatment times. 30-45 minutes at a time.

TENS: Requires prolonged use for effect.


Contact Us

NS Health Australia Pty Ltd

0423 423 087