How to book a Veterinary Physiotherapy appointment

cropped-Hannah-Webb-e1430661288224.pngVeterinary consent is required for all appointments in accordance with the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 – this ensures that only qualified professionals treat your animals.
You can either download a consent form from below to give to your vet or get in touch with me and I can contact your Vet directly. Please get in touch and I can explain this simple process.
Please allow 1 – 1½ hours for initial equine appointments and approximately 1 hour for follow up appointments. Canine appointments are usually a little shorter than this. Something to bear in mind is that rest is usually required following treatment for so please plan appointments round your training or competition schedule. Plans for follow up treatments will be discussed after your initial consultation.

Veterinary consent form

All animals will receive a thorough static and dynamic  assessment and a detailed history will be taken. It is often necessary to view horses on the lunge or briefly under saddle.

Appointment Charges are as follows:

Equine: £45

Canine £35

Other animals to be discussed

The treatment fee includes assessment, all treatment necessary including electrotherapy and a detailed rehabilitation plan for you to follow in between appointments.  I welcome frequent updates on progress and do not hesitate to get in touch with any concerns. I aim to discuss my findings with you at the session and explain what I am doing and why.

Unless previously arranged, all treatment must be paid for on the day.

A discount is offered for group bookings of three animals or more treated at the same visit or clinic and travel costs will be split if more than one animal is treated at the same visit or clinic. Fuel charge is dependant on location, within a certain radius is free. This will be calculated on booking.

A 24 hour cancellation policy applies. Any appointments cancelled at less than 24 hours’ notice will incur a 50% charge.

Physiotherapy costs can now claimed back through many insurance policies on veterinary referral and if treated by a qualified, registered Veterinary Physiotherapist. Check your policy or contact your insurance provider for details.