Treatments carried out by Physio-Vet are usually covered by pet insurance.

Physio-Vet is run by a veterinary surgeon working in conjunction with a qualified animal physiotherapist, vet nurses, and a chiropractor. All have under gone extensive training over many years. We work to support the vet in practice, offering a range of treatments that enhance the work already done. We have the scientific knowledge and experience and will work together to make sure your pet gets only the best treatment.

We are happy to discuss cases over the phone : 01270 586008.

If you would like to refer to Physio-Vet, you can contact us to register and arrange an appointment, we will be happy to contact your vet to get the history sent.

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Luxating Patella (Slipping Kneecap)

In this article our vet David explains all about Luxating Patellas. Anatomy The kneecap (patella) is located in the tendon of insertion of the quadriceps muscle group. The quadriceps tendon inserts at the top of the shinbone (tibia) on a bony prominence called the tibial tuberosity. The patella runs in a groove (trochlear groove) on […]

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