Mobile Veterinary Physiotherapist operating in Lancashire and Greater Manchester 

Fully insured, AHPR and NAVP registered. Specialising in the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions to provide gold standard rehabilitation for your pets

Tilly's passion for animals started at a young age. Growing up with horses, dogs, cats and other small furries, her desire to work in the animal health and welfare sector led her to study BSc (Hons) Veterinary Physiotherapy at Harper Adams University for four years, before receiving full qualifications in summer 2019. During this time, Tilly has worked in small animal hydrotherapy/rehabilitation centres, as well as working in the equine hydrotherapy industry, obtaining extensive practical experience within equine swimming pools. 

Tilly works with a range of species - from horses to rabbits and everything in between, having complex knowledge of a range of species-specific behaviour. She is passionate about educating owners on how to promote their animal's health and wellbeing, with welfare being at the forefront of all treatments.

Tilly is a member of the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP) and is registered with the Animal Health Professions Register (AHPR). These professional bodies ensure that all members are up to date on current practice and operating to the highest standard.

By choosing an NAVP member you are assured that they:

1. Have qualified via a recognised accredited training programme
2. Carry appropriate professional and public liability insurance
3. Work in accordance with current legislation alongside your veterinary surgeon, and also in close conjunction with members of other related professions such as farriers, saddle fitters, trainers etc.
4. Are required to work within a professional code of conduct and ethics
5. Are required to continually maintain and enhance their skills post-qualification by completing appropriate programmes of continued professional development (CPD)  annually in order to be able to maintain their membership status.



"Some claim that animals have no voice; I believe they do have a voice, but it's up to us to learn how to listen to them. I aim to provide gold standard rehabilitation to suit your pet's individual needs, with plans that fit around you and your life."​