Why I do what I do
For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved animals.
I’ve had dogs and horses my entire life and couldn’t imagine my life without them.
When my own horse, Sally, developed a tendon injury, I learned first hand how difficult the process of rehabilitating your animal is. It wasn’t simply about putting her on box rest and slowly increasing her exercise levels, she required on-going care, support and correct rehabilitation in order to return her to the horse I had grown up with.
Since then, I have completed a university degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy from Royal Agricultural University in 2021, graduating with First Class BSc (Hons), and have gone on to assist many different people to rehabilitate their dogs and horses, helping them live a pain-free life.
I love what I do with a passion and nothing brings me more joy than working with an animal until they are as happy and healthy as they can be.
I’m here to make sure your best friend has:
- Quicker recovery times
- Prevent compensation injuries caused by a range of factors including muscle imbalances or changes in locomotion
- Correct movement patterns to avoid strains or injury
- Maintaining quality of life
- Enhances/ maintains function, strength and flexibility
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