About Sophie

 

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Sophie is a fully trained and certified Veterinary Physiotherapist with the highly reputable and recognised National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP); Sophie completed her BSc in Veterinary Physiotherapy with First Class Honours from Warwickshire College in 2018.

Sophie works within a professional code of conduct and ethics and completes regular Continual Professional Development, ensuring the highest quality of service is provided. Click here to find out more about the NAVP.

Sophie carries the appropriate professional and public liability insurance, and works within accordance of the veterinary industries current legislation, ensuring the welfare of your animal is safeguarded.

Sophie works to ensure her practice is as holistic as possible, and greatly values the expertise and opinions of her industries paraprofessionals. No matter how big or small your goals are, Sophie will aim to work closely with the rest of your team (trainer, farrier, saddler etc.), to promote the success of achieving your goals for your animal.


THE VETERINARY PHYSIOTHERAPISTS ROLE

Veterinary Physiotherapy is a scientific profession, that links a strong foundation of scientific knowledge with clinical practice.

Following Veterinary referral, Veterinary Physiotherapists work alongside Veterinarians to support the successful treatment of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions; this can be through pre- and post- operative care, or conservative management. 

Veterinary Physiotherapists also play a key role in enhancing and optimising the musculoskeletal functional and athletic performance, as well as subsequently reducing injury risk of our beloved pets to the more competitive and working animals.