Physioplus specailise in providing professional physio care to both humans and animals. We are governed by the CSP and are regulated by HCPC and ACPAT - the gold standard for all physiotherapy practice.


Physiotherapy plays a vital role in recovery from injury, improving performance as well as maintaining and improving mobility and function.

Both people and animals can develop musculoskeletal issues that cause pain, discomfort, reduced function or compromise athletic performance.

Physioplus specialise in:

  • Reducing Pain

  • Optimising Healing

  • Preventing Injury

  • Improving Perfromance

  • Evidence-based Treatments

  • Maintaining long-term Quality of Life


If you have any queries about physiotherapy, including its suitability for you or your pet, please contact us today.

Here at Physioplus you are in safe hands. I am a fully qualified Chartered and ACPAT Veterinary Physiotherapist with over 20 years musculoskeletal physiotherapy experience working with the NHS and the British Armed Forces.


 I also have vast experience supporting athletes of all levels from amateur and professional horse riders to Scottish Rugby players and elite athletes participating in the Commonwealth Games.  

  • High quality care for all patients

  • Friendly, professional service tailored to individual needs

  • Flexible, affordable, accessible service

  • Effective, progressive treatment and advice

  • Fully qualified human and animal physiotherapist

  • Close working relationships with experts

  • Regulated by Health Professions Council (HCPC)

  • Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP)

  • Category A member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT)

  • Registered with Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners (RAMP)

  • Full professional and public liability insurance

  • UK Anti-Doping Accredited

  • Level 3 Trauma and First Aid Trained

Close communication between myself and your vet allows for a thorough understanding of issues and will optimise the care and outcome. I will also liaise with other professionals (such as saddlers, farriers and trainers) to ensure optimal management of your four-legged friends.


Please note that prior to animal physiotherapy I will contact your vet for consent to treat and to obtain any relevant medical history. This is a standard legal requirement for all vet physios and my close working relationships with local vets ensures this is never an issue. Anyone treating your horse or dog without vet consent is breaking the law.

This collaborative approach ensures the highest quality service is achieved for you and your animals.


Vet physios form an integral part of the multidisciplinary team including vets, nurses and other professionals, all working together to provide a holistic approach to animal care.