How do I book an appointment?

Simply call 07790718122 or email If there is no answer, I may be busy with a client so please leave a message and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

Do I need to do anything prior to the appointment?

By law I require a short veterinary referral form from your first opinion vets. You can download a copy here. Once this has been filled out by both yourself and your vets, simply return the form via, and I will look forward to seeing you both soon!

What can I expect during my pet’s first appointment?

  • A friendly, smiling veterinary physiotherapist who is ready to help you and your best friend achieve your goals.

  • A thorough consultation which involves assessing your pet to develop a tailored treatment plan that helps to get your companion back to optimal function.

  • Physiotherapy treatment in the comfort of your own home so they are more relaxed, less stressed and get the most out of the treatment.

  • A physiotherapy report with your aims and goals for your pet’s treatment plan, including a home exercise program so they can continue their treatment until their follow-up appointment.

What equipment do I need?

Depending on your pets needs, I have a wide range of equipment which I make use of during appointments. From time to time, I may advise on obtaining specific equipment for home exercise plans if I feel it may benefit your pet.

How many appointments will my pet need?

After the initial consultation, I will be able to assess and advise on how many follow up treatments your pet will need.

Will my pet insurance cover the cost for physiotherapy?

Most pet insurance companies cover physiotherapy as a ‘complementary therapy’. However, it is always best to check with your provider first as cover may vary.

What payment methods do you accept?

Payment is simple – I accept cash and all major debit and credit cards via contactless or chip and pin.

Staffordshire, Cheshire, Derbyshire


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