Surrey Veterinary Physiotherapy

Veterinary Referral for Animal Physiotherapy


It is a legal requirement that animals are only presented for physiotherapy with prior veterinary consent.

Veterinary Physiotherapy Referral - Animal Physiotherapy Referral  - Physiotherapy Referral - Vet Referral FormThere are many reasons for this. In the case of Veterinary Physiotherapy it's important, as there are certain conditions that do not respond to physiotherapy, underlying medical conditions and medications that mean some treatments cannot safely be used (and which we must know about), or your animal may simply be in too much pain to embark on physiotherapy. Your vet is best-placed to understand these complex medical areas, and decide when adjunctive treatments like physiotherapy will be beneficial.

Working under referral also means that we can share case notes with your vet, and any changes in your animal's condition or failure to improve can be immediately investigated further and additional or alternative treatments started.

Before booking an appointment you must speak with your vet about a referral, and ask them to complete the referral form or send through a referral letter together with your animal's clinical notes. Once the form is completed your physiotherapy sessions can be booked in.

Forms can be faxed back on 0844 3581 571, or emailed directly to Helen.


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Mobile Animal Physiotherapy Service

Mobile Animal Physiotherapist providing Equine Massage, Canine Massage, Pet Physiotherapy, Equine Physiotherapy, Canine Physiotherapy, Veterinary Physiotherapy Referral and Animal Rehabilitation services. Animal Physiotherapy in Surrey, Hampshire, West Sussex, Guildford, Aldershot, Farnham, Woking, Milford, Godalming, Hindhead, Farnborough, Elstead, Bordon, Liss, and Liphook. Physiotherapist in Animal Therapy

Fully Insured and Regulated Veterinary Physiotherapist

Insurance Company Approved

Veterinary Referral

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It's a legal requirement to have Veterinary consent before an Animal Physiotherapist can assess and treat your animal 

Locations Served

Equine Physiotherapy and Animal Physiotherapy service covering: Woking, Guildford, Basingstoke, Camberley, Farnham, Aldershot, Alton, Winchester, Farnborough, Hindhead, Milford and Godalming. Our Animal Physiotherapist and Pet Physiotherapist travels to: Haslemere, Liphook, Liss, Midhurst, Reigate, Horsham, Crawley, Surrey, Hampshire and West Sussex.

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