About Us

Our pets are an integral part of our families, and when their quality of life or ability to move around is affected we know how important it is to get them back on their feet again. Our pet's mobility can be compromised by a range of issues, including degenerative diseases such as osteoarthritis or injuries such as a ruptured cruciate ligament. 


We know that rehabilitating an animal can be challenging, and we're here to offer a helping hand. We are able to provide tailor-made rehabilitation plans that are specific to your pets requirements and offer advanced physiotherapy treatments, including class IV laser therapy. 


For your pet to be treated, EB Vet Physio will need to obtain veterinary consent, a requirement of the Veterinary Surgeons Act. If you feel your pet may benefit from physiotherapy treatment, please speak to your veterinary surgeon or

contact us


Meet the team


Veterinary Physiotherapist and Hydrotherapist

From a young age, Emma had a natural affinity with animals and has always been passionate about animal welfare. A naturally inquisitive mind, and a fascination with anatomy and physiology, led Emma to study science to postgraduate level and pursue a career with animals.


Emma graduated from The University of Nottingham in 2016 with a BSc (Hons) in Animal Science. She then went on to qualify from Harper Adams University in 2018 with a post-graduate diploma in Veterinary Physiotherapy. This course is accredited by the National Association for Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP). Emma is also regulated by the Animal Health Professionals' Register (AHPR). Emma holds a Level 3 Certificate in Hydrotherapy for Small Animals and a Level 3 Diploma in Human Sports Massage. 


Emma works as a Veterinary Physiotherapist at Willows Veterinary Centre and Referral Service.


Emma grew up in Shropshire and now lives in Warwickshire. When she isn't tidying up after partner Jordan and two rescue kittens Ringo and Rocket, Emma enjoys yoga and playing netball. 


To find out more about veterinary  physiotherapy and how it could benefit your pet please do not hesitate to get in touch

To download a veterinary referral form, please click here 

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