The Crescent Veterinary Physiotherapy – Caring about how your animal is feeling
The Crescent Veterinary Physiotherapy-
Caring about how your animal is feeling
Welcome to The Crescent Veterinary Physiotherapy
Offering professional animal physiotherapy sessions for your horses and dogs in the High Peak area on the Derbyshire / Cheshire border.
The service I offer is kind, knowledgeable, thorough and reliable. I’m sensitive yet practical in addressing your animals needs whether that be for an injury or for a regular maintenance visit. I am always enthusiastic yet effective in delivering the best therapies, helping your horse or dog to feel great.
I specialise in treating sensitive or nervous animals and pride myself in being patient, reassuring, consistent and always open-minded.
If you’re looking for a physiotherapist that puts your animal first and helps you improve your partnership and performance for those competitive owners, by keeping your horse or dog feeling amazing, then get in touch.
How Can the Veterinary Physiotherapy Help Your Animal?
Ex Racehorse rehabilitation
We can address any racing related injuries and combat muscle stiffness with a bespoke retraining programme.
Canine & Small Animal Services
We also provide physiotherapy services to dogs and small animals, endeavouring to keep them healthy and happy at all times!
If your horse has suffered an injury, we will be able to get them back on track with our range of equine physiotherapy treatments
I am a qualified and insured animal physiotherapist and equine sports massage therapist. I am based in the High Peak in Derbyshire and cover most of Derbyshire, Cheshire and Lancashire. I have a positive and kind approach to physiotherapy, ensuring that my treatments are tailored to your animal to gain maximum benefits. Any additional exercise plans that are written are aimed at achieving the best results but take into account what is achievable for you. I like to think that my treatments form a part of the overall goals, and that by working together we can put your horse or dog onto the right path to either complete their rehabilitation programme or improve their overall health and well being, whether it be as a companion or in competition environment…
Kirsty has worked with me on my monthly visits to The British Thoroughbred Retraining Centre (BTRC) over the past 2 years. During this time Kirsty has always been extremely interested in the condition of all the horses and has carried out a great deal of excellent work on the horses in the programme. Her anatomical knowledge is first class and she always displays a thorough understanding of the problems along with an enthusiasm to help as much as possible.
Gordon Sidlow BVMS MRCVS
Veterinary Surgeon, at the UK’s largest charitable thoroughbred retraining centre