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Meet the NARCH registerd hydrotherapists at Hydrotherapy | Four Paws

Meet your rehabilitation team at Hydrotherapy | Four Paws

Sarah Simpson RCH, Pg dipVetPhys, MIAAT

Sarah Simpson RCH Pg dipVetPhys MIAAT

Sarah holds a level 6 diploma in animal physiotherapy and a level 3 award in canine hydrotherapy.

She is committed to continuous professional development and recently travelled to Thailand to attend an osteopathy workshop on elephants! She is now studying further with the AOI on functional osteopathy for the canine patient. Sarah offers personalised treatment plans and every patient will be given a home exercise plan to follow after their initial visit to the clinic. She enjoys working with older arthritic dogs and neurological cases.

Lisa Pacey RCH

Lisa Pacey RCH

Lisa has a National Diploma in Animal Management and a Foundation Degree in Animal Health Studies from Sparsholt College. Lisa followed this with a certificate in hydrotherapy from Greyfriars Rehabilitation Centre and has worked at the centre since 2014. Lisa is currently working towards her advanced treadmill level 4 certificate.

Lisa works well with nervous, shy patients and offers practical advice. She enjoys treating dogs prior to hydrotherapy with a laser and massage session.

Louise Holliday RVN BSc, RCH

Louise Holliday RVN BSc RCH

Louise has a BSc in veterinary nursing from the Royal Veterinary College. She recently followed her passion for rehabilitation with a Level 4 Advanced Treadmill certificate in hydrotherapy from Greyfriars Rehabilitation Centre.

She loves working with older arthritic dogs and helping them live a more comfortable life.

Hannah Sampson BSc (Hons) VetPhys, NAVP

Hannah Sampson BSc (Hons) VetPhys, NAVP

Hannah has a BSc (Hons) degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy which she achieved in 2020 from Warwickshire College Group. Wishing to be able to provide treatment to her patients both on land and in the water she went on to train in hydrotherapy, gaining a Level 3 Certificate in Canine Hydrotherapy.

She has a keen interest in hip dysplasia as well as nutrition and how it can affect the canine musculoskeletal system. Hannah is passionate about treating older dogs and has three senior Romanian rescue dogs at home.

Jenny Ayling RCH

Jenny Ayling

Jenny holds a BTEC National Diploma in Animal Management & Applied Sciences from Southdowns College and more recently a Level 3 certificate in hydrotherapy.

Jenny is keen to focus future training on massage and nutrition within the canine world. Alongside work, you will find Jenny walking her dog in the woods, relaxing with family or baking homemade doggy treats!

Rachel Quinn MCSP BSc(Hons) HCPC PG Dip ACPAT Cat A RAMP

Rachel Quinn

Rachel is a ACPAT Chartered physiotherapist who qualified in 2013 from Hartpury College.

Rachel specialises and has extensive experience in treating orthopaedic and neurological conditions in dogs and cats in both an inpatient hospital setting and as outpatients at clinics and in their own homes. This also includes sports injuries and conservative management of long term conditions such as OA and DM.

Rachel also treats horses.

Rachel has her own German shepherd and cat, and when she isn’t working and spending time with them she enjoys hiking, kayaking, climbing and horse riding.

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The Wickham Canine Rehabilitation Centre

Unit F2 Knowle Village Business Park Mayles Lane Fareham Hampshire PO17 5DY

Telephone: 01329 834647

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In accordance with the Veterinary Surgeons Act, Physiotherapy on horses and dogs must take place with the consent of the registered Veterinary Surgeon. You can download a Vet's Referral Form here for your vet to sign in order to initiate physiotherapy treatment.

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