Friday, 16 November 2012 14:10

New mobile veterinary physiotherapy service for South East

New fully mobile veterinary physiotherapy service, Surrey Vet Physio, has recently launched in the South East, and provides a range of therapies for equines and canines in Surrey, West Sussex, Hampshire, and further afield by special arrangement.

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The company is headed by Helen Morrell, a fully qualified veterinary physiotherapist, who is regulated, insured and insurance company approved. Helen's service has no initial consultation fees and there's no obligation to book an appointment after this initial meeting. 
“It's important that, when choosing a physiotherapist for your animal, you don't feel any pressure to go with one particular person,” says Helen. “By making no charge for the initial consultation, veterinary report and treatment plan, clients can meet me and get a feel for the service I deliver without having to invest any money. They can also discuss my findings fully with their vet before deciding to commence treatment. It also gives me the chance to talk about the number of treatment sessions that are likely to be required, and confirm the cost of this treatment, giving people the time to fully consider whether they'd like to work with me or not. It's important to me that my clients and their vets view me as a member of their team, and that we work together to achieve the very best for their animal. I feel offering this unique, no initial consultation fee service helps enforce this.”
Surrey Vet Physio is furnished with the latest mobile equipment to ensure that a full range of treatments and services can be provided in the animal's home or veterinary practice. Helen works in conjunction with vets across the region and supports musculoskeletal conditions, neurological deficiencies, pre-and post surgical conditioning, age-related changes, and to deliver performance enhancement. She does this through a combination of manual therapies, remedial therapies and electrotherapies; devising bespoke, evidence-based treatment plans. In addition, Helen is qualified to provide clinical Thermal Imaging and holds her BHSAI. As for aftercare, Helen has created a number of instructional videos that show how to perform the stretches that may be suggested to aid an animal's recovery.
For more information, see www.surreyvetphysio.com or call Helen on 07986 355448.
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