Our thoughts are with those who have lost close family and friends. We also wish to recognise the efforts of those who have worked tirelessly to keep us all safe.
During lockdown, our pets have given us considerable comfort and support. It has now become evident that some of our pets now require physiotherapy treatment to maintain their quality of life.
In line with the most recent government and professional advice, veterinary physiotherapists may now begin a phased return to work. This will not be a return to work as normal.
Veterinary physiotherapists must risk assess individual cases and follow public health guidance on social distancing, hygiene and infection control.
How we are keeping you and your pets safe
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
A mask and gloves will be worn by your veterinary physiotherapist at all times
Your veterinary physiotherapist will always stay at least 2 metres away from you
A risk assessment will always be conducted prior to your appointment to identify issues
Rigorous hand washing protocols will be followed before and after every pet as a minimum