As a fully qualified and insured member of the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists I am required to maintain continued professional development to ensure best practice. This includes working under veterinary referral at all times to ensure the complete and most effective treatment for your animals. 

I am experienced and comfortable working on animals of all types, and have experience treating everything from a paralysed West Highland Terrier to arthritic rabbits. My experience stems from four years at university learning Veterinary Physiotherapy, which included placements in both companion and equine environments.

My experience extends to equine clinical practice where I excel at assessing, treating and producing exercise programs for exuberant competition horses and companion ponies alike. 

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Qualification history
  • BSc (Hons) Degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy from Harper Adams University

  • Member of the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapy

  • Small animal first aid certificate

  • First aid at work certificate

  • Covid-19 awareness at work certificate

  • Omega Laser theory, practice and safe use certificate

  • Triple distinction* Level three Extended Diploma in Animal Management from Askham Bryan College