Physiotherapy for pets or working dogs can improve their quality of life and mobility
From musculoskeletal MOT to rehabilitation physiotherapy helps to restore function and performance
Class 4 laser therapy helps reduce pain and inflammation and enhances tissue healing. Veterinarians often recommend it for arthritic patients.
Targeted exercise programmes can be used as part of rehabilitation or to strengthen weak areas
Mobilising, soft tissue manipulation, stretching and massage are used as the primary treatments in sessions
Electrotherapies are used within sessions to reach deeper into the body and compliment m
Lectures, practical demonstrations and workshops are available on subjects of your choice
Available for in practice CPD days with subject specialism of your choice
I qualified as a Veterinary Physiotherapist in 2016 from Writtle College University and last year completed a dissertation in saddle fitting and was awarded Masters degree, the highest level of training in the field. During my course I undertook physiotherapy placements at specialist vet practices such as the Royal Veterinary College and Anderson Abercromby Veterinary Referrals gaining expert experience on orthopaedics and neurology. I am also a qualified Equine Sports Massage Therapist and completed my training in 2015 with Equinenergy, a sister company to the world renowned Equinology.
The combination of my training, placement hours and supervised practical experience granted me to membership to the Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners (RAMP) who are trailblazing the industry into gold standard regulation. As a fully qualified and insured physiotherapist I am regulated by RAMP and the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapist (NAVP) who enforce a strict code of conduct, minimum CPD hours requirement each year and disciplinary procedures. Since qualifying I have done CPD in kinesio taping with Rocktape, attended international conferences delivered by world leaders in their fields and undertaken a twelve-month research project in horse-saddle-rider interaction.
I am very fortunate to work on referral with Crossways Vets, Storrington where I have treated some very interesting canine cases from fractured necks to degenerative spinal conditions, but these are no less rewarding than the cases I have worked on like tendon injuries and sacroiliac joint. I also have the privilege of treating canine and equine sports animals in agility, dressage, eventing and show jumping. For testimonials from clients please see reviews on my Facebook page, rated 5 stars.
In what free time I have I enjoy spending it with my dog of a lifetime Maddy who, with all her limb problems, has given me great empathy with. Having once been a competitive rider at BS and BE I no longer have my own horse but love riding friends’ horses. I am truly lucky to work in such a rewarding and challenging field and gain huge satisfaction in seeing the improvements my patients make through physiotherapy.
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