The team at the vet station have been working with disabled and immobile pets and wildlife for years and are highly experienced in this area. The team includes Dr Vanessa Waite a double certified and experienced vet with expertise in imaging and musculoskeletal disease (as seen on Channel 4's ‘the Dog Fixers’), physiotherapist Lucy Walsh with special interest in recovery from neurological disease, injuries and rehabilitation of animals with mobility difficulties, anaesthesia certified registered veterinary nurse Calum Marshall with a special interest in pain management and our head registered veterinary nurse Elisha Clarke (Practice manager).
What do we do?
We will arrange a face to face or virtual consultation with our team to assess your pet and get a thorough history. We will then make a tailored treatment plan that addresses your pets’ exact needs.
This will include physiotherapy, mobility aid and medication (if needed) recommendations. You will be sent a detailed report, plan and videos to assist with this.
A follow up will be arranged 2-4 weeks afterwards and you may be asked to attend physiotherapy sessions (if you are within travel distance).
We can liaise with your regular vets to ensure continuity of care.
The initial consultation and assessment takes 30-40 minutes and includes the treatment plan, advice and videos. This is charged at £150.
Follow up consultations are charged at £75 and generally take around 20 minutes, any adjustments to the rehabilitation plan will be included in this fee.
Included in this you can contact a member of the team for advice at any time.