What is Veterinary Physiotherapy?
The purpose of veterinary physiotherapy is to work alongside veterinary surgeons to restore and maintain mobility, function, independence and performance.
Beth takes a practical and collaborative approach, working with your vet to piece together a clear picture of your animal’s needs.
Pre/Post Surgery Rehabilitation
Soft tissue injuries
ageing & degenerative conditions
Hi, I’m Beth!
I’m a qualified, fully insured Veterinary Physiotherapist (NAVP), specialising in Equine and Canine therapies for animals in Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Hertfordshire.
As a horse and dog owner myself, I know how scary and frustrating on-going injuries can be. I am passionate about the rehabilitation process and will work directly with you, your animal and vet to provide therapeutic restorative care.
My focus is always on healing; so your best friend can return to their happiest, healthiest state.
“Can’t recommend Beth highly enough! She is lovely, caring, highly skilled and extremely knowledgeable within her field! Beth has a lovely way with all animals, and a good understanding of equine behaviour which makes her kind and sympathetic in her handling and approach. Beth pinpointed the areas of weakness and tension within my pony and dealt with them effectively and clearly explained exercises needed to support him moving forward, as well as ongoing support between treatments.”
Your first consultation
In your initial consultation, Beth will work within the multi-disciplinary team to assess the main injury and any compensatory injuries, enhance the healing process, and discuss with you an individualised plan to return your animal to its happiest, original function.
Beth will be with you every step of the way, providing support, care and assistance to make sure your animal can live a pain-free life.
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