Location and Facilities
We have facilities for in-patients and yard visits can be arranged by appointments
While the title Physiotherapist is protected in Human Medicine, it is not currently protected in Veterinary Medicine. It is therefore up to you to ensure that you have a properly qualified Physiotherapist for your animal. Whether for yourself or your animal always use a Chartered Physiotherapist – that way you know that they belong to a governing body, they adhere to codes of practice & have insurance. A Chartered Physiotherapist will always work with Veterinary Permission, this is not only a legal requirement of everyone who treats animals, but it also opens the communication lines between vet & physiotherapist, should the animal require veterinary intervention.
Our four-legged friends are made similarly to ourselves, with a few adaptations! Like humans, they vary in function & ability from elite athletes to a man or woman’s best friend – or both! I am very lucky to have been involved in the care of some international sports horses, from the Olympics, Paralympics, World & European Games, and also racehorses that have been successful in the Grand National & at the Cheltenham Races. While I feel privileged to continue working with these super athletes, Physiotherapy can benefit all animals at all levels of activity. From a species point of view I mostly treat horses and dogs – from pleasure horses to competition animals; from agility dogs to older arthritic companions or those that are post surgery.
Contact CMC Physio for advice on your requirements
Buy Gift Certificates of any value. Can be used for private sessions, semi-private sessions and group classes.