About my clinic
The Gentle Way

Holistic Treatment

Holistic treatment has nothing to do with esotericism. What I'm tought about it means, osteopathic teatment is necessarily combined with a correct hoof treatment, an healthy teeth condition and the right saddle and bridle.

My clinic combines the gentle osteopathic treatment with modern but also gentle immunologic therapies.

Mens sana in corpore sano

(To have an healthy mind you need an healthy body)
To keep a "riding" horse healthy you have to have a rider, that is balanced and sensitive, species-appropriate enviroment and feedstuff that is adapted to breed and use of the horse. If there is an imbalance there will be movement disorders, health issues and changes in behavior.
About me


Foundation It‘s just a touch
Research Assistent, Veterinary University Hanover, Immunology
Certified Osteotherapist (DIPO Munster)
Veterinary Surgeon in Munich, Essen, Lower Saxony
Internship Institut for Immunology Veterinary University Hanover
Internship Main and County Stud Schwaiganger (Bayern)
Approbation as Veterinary Surgeon FU Berlin
Veterinary University Munich (LMU) and FU Berlin
Training as Veterinary Nurse
Born in Munich

Almut Pook

Veterinarian & Equine Osteotherapist (DIPO)

Further Education

Robert-Jones Techniques, Strain and Counterstrain - German institute for equine osteopathy (DIPO), Duelmen
Shoeing for Soundness (WTS), Stefan Wehrli, Switzerland
Equine Osteotherapy (DIPO)
Postgraduate Training University Vienna: Gynaecology,Biotechnics, Andrology
Postgraduate Training University Vienna: Joint Diseases in Horses
Postgraduate Training University Vienna: Tendon Diseases in Horses
Backproblems in Horses, Diagnosis and Therapy - Chiropratice as an Alternative
Possibilities of Immune Modulation in Horses
Embryotranfer in Horses (Collection, Processing and Storage of Embryos)
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taktvoll, natürliche Haltung

Rhythm but little sense of tact?

Oct. 13, 2018 by

Tact is something we riders need so badly. Rhythm or tact is the first point on the training scale in all types of horse training, whether English, Spanish or Western. The FN describes it as a regularity of steps and

Biomechanics of the spinal column, Part II

Jun. 21, 2018 by

Is there flexion in the spine? And what does it do. Yes, it really does exist, the flexion of the spine. Contrary to what some coaches claim. The abdominal muscles and the diaphragm muscles are involved in both the flexion

Biomechanics of the spinal column Part I

Jun. 13, 2018 by

Fairy tales of biomechanics of the spine frequently quoted I would like to get rid of some of the misinformation I heard during lectures on the biomechanics of the horse’s spine. Horses must not let their necks fall while riding,