Veterinary

PHYSIOTHERAPY

Physiotherapy can help improve comfort, mobility, function and well-being for animal patients following injury or surgery and those with longer term conditions such as arthritis or neurological issues.

 

VET PHYSIO

What is Vet Physio and why it is important.

oWNER'S GUIDANCE

Advice and guidance for Pet Owners 

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EDUCATION

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Sarah Long

MSc Veterinary Physiotherapist, ACPAT

Sarah has a wealth of experience in veterinary physiotherapy & rehabilitation spanning 15 years. She helps dogs and cats recover from injury and surgery and is also passionate about improving the quality of life for those animals suffering with longer term conditions such as arthritis and neurological conditions

 

Sarah qualified from The Royal Veterinary College in 2005. She is a member of ACPAT - The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy. Members are fully qualified human physiotherapists who have completed further training in Veterinary Physiotherapy. ACPAT physio's have specialist knowledge in anatomy, biomechanics, physiology and pathology and use detailed assessment to tailor treatments to meet the individual circumstances of each patient

Sarah is also a member of:

 

CSP - The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

RAMP - The Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioner

HCPC - The Health & care professions Council

 

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

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Barney

Our black Labrador Barney, suffered a spinal stroke. He was paralysed from the neck down when he came home. With Sarah's treatments and guidance for home exercises, Barney  regained the ability to walk on his own again.  Without Sarah's care & advice, we believe Barney's recovery would have been considerably slower and we would recommend Sarah to anyone needing help and support with their pet's recovery.  

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Rocky

Sarah is a first class physiotherapist who is largely instrumental in keeping my Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mobile and happy. Whether the appointment is for routine maintenance or a more intense treatment after a flare-up (which happened during lockdown) she never gives less than 100%. The treatment is tailored to Rocky's needs. The exercises she has suggested for us to do at home re also invaluable and most importantly Rocky adores her!

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Hector 

I can highly recommend Sarah's canine massage course. I went with my Lab Hector and it was such a lovely thing to  do with him. I learnt some calming techniques and a variety of types of massage. Sarah is very informative and intuitive to your dog's needs... She is a great teacher and explains all the techniques in a way that everyone can understand. I left feeling confident that I can make Hector feel more comfortable 

CONTACT

& LOCATION

2 Oak Cottages

Framingham Lane

Bramerton

Norwich

Norfolk

NR14 7HF

LOCATION

9:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Monday to Friday

Evening & weekend appointments available on request

OPENING HOURS
CONTACT SARAH

Telephone: 07977 578156

Email: sarah.vetphysio@gmail.com

To discuss your pets needs before booking an appointment you can contact Sarah directly or use the contact form below. Please include your dog's name, age, breed and a brief summary of their condition

 

Please note: a signed referral form will be required from your vet before appointments can be made but we can contact your veterinary practice directly to arrange this.

 

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