Lisa qualified into veterinary rehabilitation in 2013 to enable her to step wideways in the veterinary industry and currently runs 2 clinics across the Greater Manchester area with Vicky and 1 in Blackpool working closely with veterinary surgeons and hydrotherapists to ensure the best possible recovery for her patients.
She is a registered Veterinary Physiotherapist with the International Association for Animal Therapists (IAAT) and the Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners (RAMP) and is an active committee member the Canine Hydrotherapy Association (CHA).
Lisa also teaches and instructs on The College of Animal Physiotherapy Diploma course and develops her own CPD and workshops aimed at the small animal rehabilitation community.
Lisa holds qualifications in Veterinary Science, Veterinary Physiotherapy, Canine Massage Therapy and Canine Behaviour as well as qualifications in Teaching, Assessing and Ensuring Quality Assurance in the Adult Education sector.
Vicky has been working alongside Lisa in a support capacity for a number of years and in 2019 set forth on her own qualifications in Animal Physiotherapy (currently studying) and Small Animal Hydrotherapy (qualified). She also holds qualifications in canine behaviour and welfare.
Her extensive practical experience within the small animal rehabilitation industry has allowed her to begin her hydrotherapy career with an excellent understanding of small animal rehabilitation and this is being strongly underpinned with her animal physiotherapy education route. She has developed a particular interest in working with neurological cases, both surgical and medically managed ones. This field of interest not only requires a flare for creativity but also a supportive and compassionate role for both the owner and patient as they transition through difficult periods of mobility and ability – Vicky has a strong, well rounded approach to both.