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Veterinary Physiotherapy Service
A comprehensive approach to health and rehabilitation
Incorporating physiotherapy, behaviour and environmental management for long term results, for all animals.
I am a UK based professional who specialises in a holistic approach to rehabilitation, and the prevention of musculoskeletal and neurological disease in both domestic and exotic animals. I work in conjunction with other professionals (Veterinary staff and zookeepers) to tackle disease and prevent reoccurrence. As well using manual treatment (which on its own can simply mask symptoms), I use a comprehensive approach of environmental, behavioural and functional management.
Testimonials are curated by Shackleton Veterinary Physiotherapy and are not independently reviewed or verified.
"'Matt came out yesterday to see my horse (Taylor) who has an old pelvic injury and trouble with flexibility.
He was very knowledgeable and professional, gentle and patient with Taylor and identified lots of areas for improvement in her movement to help her become more comfortable and fit. He examined her from nose to tail and explained everything along the way with as much detail as I asked.
He then did some flexion exercises and tension release in the most affected muscles and gave me lots of advice for stretches, exercises and lifestyle changes to go forward with.
Really looking forward to seeing Taylor's progress in the coming months and I couldn't praise Matt enough. Thank you! Would recommend 100%"
Becci. M on 26 October 2020
"'Absolutely fantastic! Such an inspiration and genuine person, who seems to be very passionate about continuing professional development in such a vast range of animal rehabilitation.
My pony is extremely sensitive and not always welcoming of new people. Time was taken and we achieved much more than I thought we would, even at the first visit!
Thank you so much'"
Emma, P on 1 October 2020
Shackleton Veterinary Physiotherapy
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Last updated 16/11/2020 @ 22:07:26
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