Dip A Phys, MIAAT,
BSc hons Animal Science.
About your Physio
After completing a degree in Animal Science, Hannah went on to work in practice in a veterinary nursing capacity furthering her knowledge in both small and equine veterinary care.
In addition Hannah has also worked within equine rehabilitation, specifically ex-racehorses, and has successfully re-trained many horses straight off the track into successful new careers.
Undertaking the course in Animal Physiotherapy was a natural progression for Hannah who now has a strong career within racing, competition and companion horses, working and agility dogs and family pets.
In addition to treatments and rehabilitation, Hannah has also become a trainer to students of all nationalities studying in both Animal physiotherapy and Veterinary Nursing.
Acupuncture is a valuable tool which, when combined with physiotherapy has been proven to have very positive results. I have work with Dev for a number of years now on cases involving arthritis, spinal injuries, muscular pain, neurological conditions and behavioural issues. Although it's main tool are the dreaded needles, you will be surprised at how well animals take to acupuncture, some not even knowing they have needles in them. For more information please contact either myself or Dev direct at DevGunputRao at hotmail.com
Useful Links :
Charlton Kings Vet
Pegasus House Veterinary Centre
The College of Animal Physiotherapy Ltd.
Woodlands veterinary clinic
Bourton Hill Racing
Animal magic pet care
All Things Furry pet care
Walks with Hawks
Prestbury Park Equine Supplies
Putloe Court Competition Horses
Folly Gardens veterinary clinic
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