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Emily Worthington BSc (Hons) AdvCertVPhys

Emily has had a love for animals since a very early age, having pursued her love for animals throughout her education having successfully completed a FdSc degree in Equine Science & Management followed by a BSc Honours degree in Equine Science.  Choosing to follow a career in Veterinary Physiotherapy was an easy decision to make, an interest in injury and rehabilitation has been apparent through Emily's education.  

Emily has obtained qualification on the Advanced Certificate in Veterinary Physiotherapy course run by Canine and Equine Physiotherapy Training (CEPT).  CEPT is accredited by Middlesex University at level 7 and ensures the highest standards of knowledge and training.

Emily is a fully qualified and insured therapist who is a full member of IRVAP (Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists).  As an active member of IVRAP, Emily regularly attends CPD training days ensuring she is always kept up to date with the latest research developments along with maintaining the highest standards of skills and treatments.

When Emily isn't working, she enjoys spending time with her many animals and competing her horse in Side Saddle, Eventing and Dressage competitions.  With the use of several years experience working within the equine industry Emily is able to understand the needs of owners and their horses despite the discipline they take part in.  Every animal is treated as an individual as is every owner. 


A veterinary physiotherapist will work with the main aims to reduce pain, improve movement, restore and maintain normal muscle control and function in animals that may have musculoskeletal conditions or recovering from surgery/injury.  Veterinary physiotherapy is also important for the sporting/working animals in order to develop and maintain muscle, helping to minimise the risk of injury and optimise performance potential.

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