Continuing to follow advice and best practice, I am now able to offer risk assessed face to face appointments for animals under strict social distancing criteria.
I have attached a guide for further information. Covid-19 risk assessment 05-2020
Corona Virus – update
Apologies for the delay in posting this update. Following the governments announcement on 23rd March, and advice from associated governing bodies (RCVS, ACPAT and RAMP) I am unable to make any face to face appointments but can continue to offer support remotely when necessary.
In the unlikely event of an emergency situation requiring urgent contact from myself, I would work closely with the referring vet and continue to follow social distancing and protective guidelines.
With regret I am unable to offer face to face human physiotherapy appointments at this time.
I am keeping in touch with existing clients, and for new clients I am happy to discuss things over the phone/email/video and offer advice/exercises where possible so do get in touch.
On a positive note, have a very happy Easter and enjoy the sunshine. I so much look forward to seeing owners and animals as soon as possible.
Understanding Government advice…
Currently we are being advised to continue working with good hygiene practices (as should be normal for a healthcare professional!)
I ask anyone who is unwell, think they may have been in contact with an infected person or is generally concerned, to call me before their appointment so we can discuss best options.
If I become unwell I will of course self isolate and postpone all appointments.
I am always happy to give advice remotely and can do that through any quarantine period in the future.
Please don’t panic buy or cancel everything too early, we are being strongly advised this is not helpful or effective!
Centaur Biomechanics conference with Sharon May Davies 19/10/2019
Very informative day and catching up with more ACPAT colleagues!
CPD with Anna Johnson and Associates and the Tim Stockdale Foundation dinner 8/10/2019
working hard, playing hard and catching up with great colleagues!
I am on a rare holiday! from 14th Feb to 2nd March 2019, and will be unable to answer phone calls or pick up phone messages during those dates. Please contact me via email – email@example.com and I will do my best to respond!
In accordance with the new FEI rules coming into force this year, I am now an FEI permitted Equine Therapist ID 10172402. This allows me to work at FEI events with FEI permitted treating vets, in accordance with all the FEI rules.