Maddie qualified in 2017 from Warwickshire College, Moreton Morrell after the completion of a BSc (Hons) degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy. NAVP is widely recognized in the industry for the development of the first direct entry route into the veterinary physiotherapy industry. Working in accordance with current legislation alongside your veterinary surgeon and other professionals.
Maddie’s passion lies with animals and pays close detail to their health and welfare. Successfully competing nationally in both British Showjumping and British Eventing disciplines, allows her to understand the importance of the horses performance and how each discipline requires different attributes and efforts from the horse and rider. This stemmed her interest in the industry, as she has always shown enthusiasm to improve horses’ performance, condition and wellbeing, preparing horses to be able to achieve the tasks required from it to the best of their ability.
As an avid dog lover Maddie has rehomed numerous rescue dogs and is keen enhance the wellbeing of your canine companion to give your beloved pooch a healthy happy life. Maddie combines a vast array of treatments to tailor make a personal package whether it be long term, short term, one off treatment or simply advice. Dogs are prone to aches and pains just like humans, especially with their love for life. Physiotherapy can be used alongside medicinal remedies to enhance a positive result. Maddie is interested in constructing rehabilitation plans as well as advising home exercises carried out by you at home. After treatment support is a valuable commodity to track progress on the road to a healthy happy hound.