We are fully qualified, insured and NAVP registered Veterinary Physiotherapists. We work under veterinary referral to ensure that no patients have any contraindications which would make rehabilitation treatment unethical. A copy of the veterinary referral form can be found under the veterinary referral tab.
What is NAVP?
The National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists aims to ensure that the highest standards of physiotherapy care will be delivered to animals by ensuring that all registered therapists have a strong foundation of scientific knowledge with clinical practice and continued research. NAVP is widely recognized in the industry and ensures that all members are of a high standard which is maintained through the completion of continued professional development (CPD). You can find our profile on their website here- https://www.navp.co.uk/ca-west-yorkshire.html
Are we Right for you and your pet?
We're ARE right for you if:
1. You have a pet who competes or trains in sports (low or high level or just for fun)
2. Your pet is injured
3. You want to prevent injuries in your pet
4. You want to improve your pets fitness, muscle mass or strength
5. Your pet has a muscle, bone or ligament disorder such as OA, CCLR, locking stifle, kissing spines, HD, ED etc.
6. You care about giving your pet the best treatment long term
7. You want to have peace of mind you've done everything for your pet
We're NOT right for you if:
1. You want a one off check of your pets condition
2. You want the cheapest option
3. Your pet is sensitive to touch and reacts aggressively when handled by strangers
4. You need a pre-sale check
5. Your not committed to a long term program of sessions and at home fitness
6. You are looking for a center to take your pet to (we're mobile)
7. You are outside of West and South Yorkshire
Find out some more about us.
Introducing Zoe Hindle MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy, BSc Bioveterinary Science.
Hello, I’m Zoe and I’ve been working with animals for the last 9 years and have a passion for helping animals by reducing pain, increasing mobility, fitness and performance. I qualified as a veterinary physiotherapist in September 2019 and can’t wait to start treating all your lovely pets.
In my spare time, I train and compete in agility with my dog Jack a Border collie x Hungarian vizsla and like to ride my loan horse Tye.
If you'd like to know more just drop us a message.