ABOUT

KATHERINE

BROWN

Katherine Brown Vet Physio

Katherine Brown qualified as a Veterinary Physiotherapist in 2016 from Writtle College University. In 2018 she completed a dissertation in biomechanics and was awarded a Master of Science degree, the highest level of qualification in the field. During training to be a vet physio she undertook physiotherapy placements at specialist vet practices including the Royal Veterinary College and Anderson Abercromby Veterinary Referrals, gaining expert experience on orthopaedics and neurology. Katherine Brown is also a qualified Animal Sports Massage Therapist with EBW and uses massage in physiotherapy appointments.

 

The combination of physiotherapy training, placements and supervised practical experience granted Katherine Brown membership to National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists. As a fully qualified and insured veterinary physiotherapist she is regulated by NAVP who enforce a strict code of conduct, minimum CPD hours requirement each year and disciplinary procedures. Since qualifying Katherine has done further study in K taping for animals, attended international conferences delivered by world leaders in their fields and undertaken advanced  training in joint mobilisations.

Katherine is very fortunate to work on referral with Crossways Veterinary Group, small animal Worthing based vets and equine vets across Sussex. She has treated some very interesting dog, cat and horse cases over the years. Katherine also has the privilege of treating canine and equine sporting animals in agility, dressage, eventing and show jumping. For testimonials from clients please see reviews here, rated 5 stars.

 

When not working at KB Vet Physio, Katherine enjoys spending time with her dog of a lifetime Maddy who, with all her limb problems, has given her great empathy for clients and their dogs. She also has a horse, Lassy the Irish Draught, that she participates in Club activities and competes when time allows. Katherine Brown feels truly lucky to work in such a rewarding and challenging field as Veterinary Physiotherapy and gains huge satisfaction in seeing the improvements her patients.