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Fully insured and accredited. Providing in-home vet physio and rehab support for your furry best friend. 


Hi, I’m Kate

( BSc (Hons), PgD Vet Phys, MIAAT)

As a passionate advocate for the health and wellbeing of all animals, I am a fully qualified and insured physiotherapist for equine, feline and canine patients.  I have worked with many species of animals for the last 30 years, including wolves, and have devoted my life to helping rescued animals all over the world.

I also hold a  1st class degree in Physics with Astrophysics,  and am a level 5 certified force-free dog behaviourist and trainer. I use a compassionate and science-based approach to all my work. 

I am proud to be a professional member of renowned organizations such as IAAT (International Association of Animal Therapists), INTODogs, ICAN, the UK Behaviour and Training Charter, Pet Industry Advocacy International, and PPGUK. Recently, I was honoured to be appointed as the Chairperson of INTORescue, a recognition of my commitment and expertise in the field.

My belief in physiotherapy techniques is grounded in scientific understanding, evidence-based research, and a genuine love for all animals. I continue my journey, inspired by the conviction that every animal deserves the best, and I am dedicated to making a difference in their lives.


Canine physiotherapy is covered by most insurance companies

All dogs can benefit from physiotherapy. At Organic Dog Physio we have a wealth of experience in working closely with vets to help treat or manage many conditions. Please talk to your vet about us if you would like to be referred.

What is physiotherapy?

 Veterinary Physiotherapy is the assessment and treatment of animals to reduce pain and improve function and restore normal muscle control. 

Common conditions:

​Osteoarthritis, cruciate ligament, hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, patella luxation, muscle injuries and strains, muscle atrophy, intervertebral disc disease (IVDD), rehab for TPLO, fibrocartilaginous embolism (FCE), total hip replacements, weight management, neurological problems and many more.


What we Offer:

Our comprehensive initial consultation includes gait analysis, a full musculoskeletal examination, full treatment, and a therapeutic exercise plan.  We will also regularly update your Veterinarian with a full physio report. 

Manual manipulations and stretches, massage, passive and active range of motion, and state of the art equipment including photo-therapy, ultrasound and muscle stimulation. 


We will also provide achievable exercises for you to do at home, and constantly re-evaluate and adapt our conditioning programs as the dog progresses.


This holistic approach to our programme of treatment allows us to treat every patient uniquely to help them heal at the fastest pace possible. 

As qualified force-free trainers and behaviourists, we believe in focussing on a bond with the patient in our first session. This build up of trust is so important when helping a patient heal. We want our patients to enjoy their therapy sessions, and leave feeling happy, calm and pain-free.

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