Cheshire Veterinary Physiotherapy

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Cheshire Veterinary Physiotherapy
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Cheshire Veterinary Physiotherapy

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, Cheshire, united-kingdom

Phone: 07891059426
Cheshire Veterinary Physiotherapy
Cheshire Veterinary Physiotherapy

Animal Type

Animals Treated
  • Cat
  • Dogs
  • Equine
  • Farm
  • Small Animals

Alternative / Complementary Therapies

Alternative / Complementary Therapies Specialities
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Light Therapy
  • Massage
  • Physio


United Kingdom

Fully registered and insured Veterinary Physiotherapist based in Cheshire covering UK wide. Providing physiotherapeutic services including massage, laser, ultrasound, exercise prescription, kinesiotaping and more for pre/post operative, pre/post competition and general maintenance and fitness.  Small animal, Equines, Cattle and more are catered for. 

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