VetPhysio is led by Elizabeth Jones       (nee Pigot) a Chartered human physiotherapist and veterinary physiotherapist.  
Working alongside Lizzie is Chartered Physiotherapist and Veterinary Physiotherapist Megan Merrifield-Jones.

Animal physiotherapy and rehabilitation is provided on a  home visit basis for large and small animals both domestic and athletic with referral from your veterinary surgeon.
Cats and dogs can also been seen in the brand new rehabilitation centre at Southfields Veterinary Surgery in Dorchester where Lizzie heads up the rehabilitation service. Southfields has state of the art facilities and a underwater treadmill for hydrotherapy.
Human physiotherapy and Pilates is provided on a home visit basis. Group Pilates classes are run at Bere Regis Village hall (see Pilates link above for more details).
Lizzie is based in Bere Regis, near Wareham, Dorset. Physiotherapy is provided on a domiciliary basis and is available throughout Hampshire and Dorset. Areas covered include Dorchester, Wareham, Swanage, Purbecks, Poole, Bournemouth, Christchurch, New Forest, Ringwood, Wimborne and Blandford Forum. 

What is physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is an evidence based health profession concerned with the assessment and treatment of disability.

How do I know if my animal needs physiotherapy?
Animals can't tell us where their pain is or if they have injured themselves, and they are often clever at hiding their discomfort. Schooling problems, behavioural problems or reduced performance can all be caused by pain, muscle weakness or joint stiffness
Animals, like people respond well to physiotherapy techniques and modalities that may include joint manipulation and mobilisation, massage, specific rehabilitation programmes, electro-therapeutic modalities and exercise programmes. 
Physiotherapy intervention can limit the impact of injury and disease processes, optimize healing potential and accelerate return to function and/or performance.
Physiotherapy can help animals suffering from a variety of conditions such as back pain, sprains, strains, fractures and sporting  injuries. Physiotherapy can also help restore function following orthopaedic, neurological or general surgery. In the performance animal physiotherapy can improve biomechanics and athletic ability.


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Pilates classes starting tonight Tuesday 8th May in Bere Regis

Southfield Veterinary Centre
The building work is in its final stages for the fantastic rehabilitation facilities
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Welcome to the team Megan
Megan Merrifield-Jones joins Lizzie at Vetphysio
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