Our physiotherapist is qualified to post-graduate level, and is fully insured. As well as keeping up to date with current industry standards via ongoing continuous professional development, our veterinary physiotherapist is also currently undertaking masters research.
We also work alongside both first opinion and referral veterinary practices, and work closely with the Yorkshire Canine Therapy Centre.
Sarah is a qualified veterinary physiotherapist. She is a member of the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists. She holds an undergraduate degree in animal behaviour, and has a keen interest in animal nutrition. She has previously worked for a national animal welfare charity, and now lectures in equine therapy at undergraduate level. Sarah covers East and North Yorkshire, and parts of South Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, with further travel available upon request.
The National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP) was formed in 1985, and exists to promote the professional practice and standards of its members, who are all qualified to at least level 6. The NAVP has a code of conduct and ethics which all members must abide by and an annual continuous professional development requirement, in order to maintain and enhance clinical skills.