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Bespoke, professional treatment ensuring the very best care for your horses and dogs. 


I have always had a passion for animals and have been fortunate enough to have grown up surrounded by many different types; all shapes and sizes! Taking up horse riding from a young age and always having a canine companion by my side, it didn’t take me long to realise that working with animals was what I wanted to do. More recently I became interested in the movement and behaviour of both the equine and canine species and how fascinating human – animal bonds and interactions can be. 


Discovering a further interest in performance and rehabilitation, I was naturally led down the route of studying veterinary physiotherapy. 


I have become increasingly more passionate about the profession, experiencing the great satisfaction it brings from seeing rehabilitation cases progress and thrive, to helping performance animals excel and ensuring our elderly companions remain as comfortable as possible as they age. 


During my four years at university, I was given the opportunity to take a placement year. Being able to work as part of the team at both a canine physiotherapy and hydrotherapy centre and an equine veterinary and rehabilitation practice, gave me invaluable experience, confirming this was the perfect career for me.  

Outside of work I enjoy spending time walking with my two Labradors Willow and Isla, riding horses and playing sport.

Having completed a four year BSc (Hons) in veterinary physiotherapy, I am now a fully insured and accredited veterinary physiotherapist and hold a membership with the NAVP and RAMP. 



Veterinary Physiotherapy involves the detailed assessment and treatment of countless musculoskeletal and neurological conditions, as well as both long and short-term injuries following veterinary referral. Ensuring successful rehabilitation, achieving goals including reducing pain, improving muscle states, restoring range of motion and promoting improved movement. Maintenance physiotherapy for our working and performance animals is also very important, helping to enhance and develop performance whilst minimising the risk of injury occurring to get the best from your animals. 

What is Veterinary Physiotherapy
Please Note

Legally under the Veterinary Surgeons Act (1966), treatment for all rehabilitation, lameness, injury or dysfunction cases can only be carried out after referral from a veterinary surgeon. 

Click here for your referral form  

Feel free to get in touch for more information to find out if you will need a completed veterinary referral form prior to treatment. 

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