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Physiotherapy Background.


Lily has a worked in a range of areas with dedication, enjoying every part. Following graduation in 2007 from The University of Plymouth with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy she embarked on a busy career to get as many skills as possible. Areas of work have included:  


  • Trauma and Orthopaedics Specialist.

  • Medical and respiratory.

  • Amputee rehab 

  • Spinal Injuries. 

  • Neurology rehabilitation.

  • Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

  •  Sports injuries and rehabilitation for football teams

  • Community rehabilitation. Frailty care, admission avoidance.

  • Acupuncture. 

  • Pilates. Training undertaken at the Pilates HQ in London (APPI). 


Many of these skills were achieved whilst studying for an MSc in Veterinary Physiotherapy in 2009 at The Royal Veterinary College.

Lily is an FEI Permitted Equine Therapist which enables her to treat horses competing Internationally and at top level events such as Badminton. Amongst the caseload, treating the beloved pet animal is equally rewarding. The range of work with humans, dogs and horses means lots of variety and the ability to transfer any new skills learnt from one species to another.


Prior to her business taking off, Lily exercised racehorses in several training yards which led to the ownership of her beloved "Sula's Legend", a quirky winning racehorse.


Summary of relevant qualifications and membership: 


-MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy        


-BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy              


-Category A member of ACPAT (Association of Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy)


-Member of CSP (Chartered Society of Physiotherapists)


-Acupuncture (For people)              


-State Registered Physiotherapist with HCPC (Health& Care Professions Council)


-Pilates APPI certificate in Matwork Level 1.

-RAMP member


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