Chartered Physiotherapy

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To qualify as a chartered physiotherapist involves a 3 or 4 year course at university leading to a successful student gaining a Diploma or BSC in Physiotherapy (human).

The physiotherapist is then chartered and state registered. Chartered physiotherapists who wish to specialise in animal physiotherapy must then embark on a post graduate training in animal physiotherapy.

This involves the attendance of courses and exams both theoretical and practical run by the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT). They must also work and train under direct supervision of veterinary surgeons and category ‘A’ animal physiotherapists.

There is a 2 year MSC course at Liverpool University and Hartpury, University of West England now training post graduate human physiotherapists in veterinary physiotherapy.

A.C.P.A.T. www.acpat.org

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By law

Chartered Physiotherapists work with veterinary approval to ensure adequate protection of the animal at all times.

For all clients the practice gains permission from your veterinary surgeon prior to your first appointment

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All enquiries please contact us
on any of the following:

t. 01296 747723
f. 01296 747723
m. 07889 965629
e. enquiries@annajohnson.co.uk

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Chartered Physiotherapists work with veterinary approval to ensure adequate protection of the animal at all times.

For all clients the practice gains permission from your veterinary surgeon prior to your first appointment.

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