Hydrotherapy | Four Paws
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 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 works well with nervous, shy patients and offers practical advice. She enjoys treating dogs prior to hydrotherapy with a laser and massage session.
Louise has a BSc in veterinary nursing from the Royal Veterinary College. She recently followed her passion for rehabilitation with a Level 3 certificate in hydrotherapy from Greyfriars Rehabilitation Centre. She loves working with older arthritic dogs and helping them live a more comfortable life.
Lucy is a Veterinary Physiotherapist who qualified from Writtle University College with her masters degree back in 2020. Lucy has previously spent time working in a small animal veterinary hospital developing her knowledge and has a strong interest in orthopaedic rehabilitation and also maintenance of competition dogs, particularly agility! Outside of work Lucy loves to spend time at home, listening to music or doing pilates and yoga!
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.
Rochelle initially qualified as human physiotherapist in 2013 and upgraded to a veterinary physiotherapist in 2019 from Hartpury College. Currently she treats animals for the centre and treats humans in the NHS. She has a passion for rehabilitating musculoskeletal conditions, ranging from post operative bony injuries to conservative soft tissue pathologies. In her own time, she is kept busy with a young family and a crazy Jack Russel called Alby!
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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