We have created a state-of-the art rehabilitation centre to care for our patients and this unique offering will help boost the industry-leading care our team, headed by Nicola Knott, can deliver for both injured and ill animals, plus sporting dogs.
We have installed a hydro-physio underwater treadmill, a hi-tech companion stance analyser, companion laser, plus a canine hot spa.
We offer cutting-edge care in the fields of veterinary physiotherapy, laser therapy and hydrotherapy. This centra allows us to house all of this rehabilitation treatment in one place, meaning pet owners will no longer need to go to an external hydrotherapy centre, which cuts out any unnecessary stress for their pets.
We are delighted that this means our veterinary physiotherapists will be able to provide continuity in treatment and keep the referring veterinary surgeons up to date along the rehabilitation journey.
Our state-of-the-art new clinic offers the opportunity for poorly animals to receive the very best treatment, while also providing the opportunity for sporting dogs to undergo physiotherapy and any other therapeutic treatment they may require.
Nicola Knott graduated from Harper Adams University with a Master’s degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy, a course which is accredited by the National Association for Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP).
In addition, Nicola has a level 3 canine hydrotherapist qualification and is a Companion Laser Practitioner.
She has a passion for learning and is currently studying the world-renowned Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner course (CCRP) through the University of Tennessee. Nicola is also enrolled on a canine strength and conditioning coaching course.