On this page, I would like to introduce myself to you, to give you a better idea of who it is you are contacting with your concerns! If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me anytime. I look forward to working with you!

The path that has led me to my current profession as a horse veterinarian and a chiropractor began early. I was lucky enough that my parents gave me the opportunity to start riding at the age of 5. Eleven years later, I met my trainer and teacher Thomas Kostrzewski and began to learning intensively at the age of 15. During the school period and later the veterinary studies, I had the opportunity to work with a number of horses on a variety of goals.

The key insight that I have gained during my work as a professional rider and trainer, as a horse veterinarian and chiropractor, is the following: If you want to solve a problem with a horse or want to improve their performance, you have to look at it as a whole!

The following are the most important three pillars for me:


– A horse without proper basic training or with unsuitable equipment could be treated by a good veterinarian and chiropractor, however, over time they will not be able to turn it into a rideable and satisfied horse.

Conventional Medicine

– When a horse has an orthopedic problem, the trainer and chiropractor can help indeed, however, over the period of some time, they will not be able to permanently solve the initial causes of the problem.


– If your horse has tensions or blockages of the vertebrae, poor posture, or anything of the sort, your chiropractor will be able to diagnose and treat such problems well. It goes without saying that the above mentioned areas may overlap quite often – the weighting of these three pillars must be done according to the cause of the problems, in order to find the best possible treatment.

I have based my education and professional career on these important points, to be able to offer the most appropriate treatment for our training and leisure partners - the horses.

Considering the fact that there are no certified training centers for chiropractic for animals, I decided to pursue my training following the completion of my degree in veterinary medicine – in Germany at the BackBone Academy for Veterinary Chiropractic and Healing Arts. Then, I took the test for an international certificaion in the IVCA (International Veterinary Chiropratic Association). I learned acupuncture and natural-therapy at the Austrian Society of Veterinarians, in the Medicine Section.

My riding training I received primarily from Thomas Kostrzweski.

I began my professional career as a horse veterinarian in Styria. Although conventional medicine also gave me great joy, I soon found that my biggest interest lies in the musculoskeletal system of the horse.
Therefore, in addition to my work at the veterinary clinic, I decided to specialize further in the field of chiropractic.

Timon, my border Collie, and Sneki (Barbados) – a Trakehner gelding, have been my companions for a very long time.

Veterinärmedizinische Universität Wien International Veterinary Fèdèration Equestre Internationale Österreichischen Gesellschaft der Tierärzte Backbone Academy for Veterinary Chiropractic and Healing Arts