Graduates of the CEPT Veterinary Physiotherapy Course
CEPT trains approximately 20-24 students per year. A selection of recent graduates is shown below.
Click on picture to display website.
Jayne Faulkner is a fully qualified and insured veterinary physiotherapist based in Ayrshire and provides veterinary physiotherapy services throughout Scotland. After completing a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Glasgow, Jayne completed her veterinary physiotherapy training through the Canine and Equine Physiotherapy Training (CEPT) group and now holds an Advanced Certificate in Veterinary Physiotherapy. Jayne is also a full member of the Institute for Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists (IRVAP).
Northern Lights Veterinary Physiotherapy is run by Karen Couper. Karen is a veterinary physiotherapist who is located in the Cairngorms National Park and travels throughout Scotland providing veterinary physiotherapy services. Karen holds a BSc(Hons), and MSc, and CEPT’s Advanced Certificate in Veterinary Physiotherapy. Karen is also a full member of the Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists.
Veterinary Physiotharapy and Manipulation is run by Lisa Cleeton. Lisa is a veterinary physiotherapist, McTimoney-Corley spinal manipulator and Shiatsu practitioner, giving a rare combination of therapies. She is based in East Lothian where she treats dogs and cats at her clinic, and travels widely within Scotland to treat horses. Lisa is a full Member of the Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists (IRVAP).
Veterinary Physiotherapy is run by Emily Worthington. Emily has had a love for animals since a very early age, having pursued her love for horses throughout her education and completed a FdSc degree in Equine Science & Management followed by a BSc Honours degree in Equine Science. Choosing to follow a career in Veterinary Physiotherapy was an easy decision to make, an interest in injury and rehabilitation has been apparent throughout Emily’s education. Horses are not the only love of Emily’s life, her dogs take a huge place in her heart. Following qualification from the CEPT course Emily is thrilled to offer physiotherapy treatment to all animals.
Lynch Veteriary Physiotherapy is run by Anne-Marie Lynch. Anne-Marie provides a mobile physiotherapy and rehabilitation service for small animals and horses that may be injured, pre- or post-surgery or dealing with the restrictions of old age. We use a combination of manual therapies, electrotherapies and exercise prescription to help your animal regain the best possible function. Each treatment is tailored to your animal’s individual needs, providing you with a unique exercise program to carry out between visits to ensure your animal has the best chance of recovery. We work under vet referral, ensuring that your vet is kept informed of progress if required.
Veterinary physiotherapist Tomos Garbett-Davies BSc. CClinEd (AccMDX). Adv Cert V Phys. MIRVAP has been treating dogs and horses since qualifying in 2014. He practices as “Purple Vet Physio” and lives close to the clinic in Bridgend. Bridgend Vet Physio and Hydrotherapy Centre is a new purpose built clinic dedicated to rehabilitation of canine patients. We have the top of the range Hydrophysio aquatic treadmill as well as providing a range of electrotharapies and manual treatments all carried out in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
Horses to Hounds Physiotherapy is run by Becky Black. Becky has a BSc (Hons) AdvCertVPhys MIRVAP and is a professional, qualified and insured veterinary physiotherapist specialising in the rehabilitation of animals. I am based Rochdale/Oldham and cover most of Manchester within a 30 mile radius. I offer a bespoke service to improve performance and restore function to your animals.
Ben Wilman is based in West Yorkshire and provides animal physiotherapy across the entire county. Ben utilises a range of mobile equipment which he uses alongside manual techniques to provide extensive physiotherapy in the client’s home, veterinary practice or stable yard. Ben is fully qualified as a veterinary physiotherapist to Post-graduate level and is fully insured. Ben has a long history in performance and medicine with a degree in Human sports science and physiology and a 10 year career as a Paramedic. Ben has since turned his attention to animals and is passionate about providing high levels of knowledge and care in their treatment.
Equi Phys is run by Emma Sellers. In 2006 Emma began her career working as a veterinary nurse and successfully completed her training becoming a fully qualified Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2008. During her time as a RVN she realised her love for anatomy, radiography and also that of surgery. Keen to follow this path, she pursued her career in Veterinary Physiotherapy and began training with Canine Equine Physiotherapy Training (CEPT) in 2014, successfully completing the course in 2016. Now the owner of Equi Phys, She wishes to continue developing her knowledge, providing your animals with the very best rehabilitation care. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me!
Karen Goodall Veterinary Physiotherapy. Karen began her career as a small animal veterinary nurse where she gained 18 years experience of working with animals. Her passion was always in surgical nursing and watching animals go through more and more advanced procedures ignited Karen’s interest in the rehabilitation of these animals. It was from here that her interest in veterinary physiotherapy began. Karen qualified as a veterinary physiotherapist in 2013 after successfully completing the Canine and Equine Physiotherapy Training (CEPT) course.
Valiant Veterinary Physiotherapy is run by Dr Carol Ann Batchelor BSc(Hons) CertEdVPT AdvCertVPhys PhD; a fully insured and registered member of the The Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists (IRVAP). After deciding to pursue her interest in animal rehabilitation she completed her Advanced Certificate in Veterinary Physiotherapy with CEP Training, gaining the top student award for her year, in 2012. After this in 2013 she obtained her Level 3 Certificate in Small Animal Hydrotherapy with Whitehouse Training Ltd. Carol Ann then went on to gain her Clinical Educator Certificate with CEP Training in 2014.
Williams Vet Physio was established in 2015 to provide complete physiotherapy and rehabilitative services for equine and canine patients. The company is run by Jennifer Williams, an IRVAP registered Veterinary Physiotherapist. Williams Vet Physio provides a professional, friendly service, delivering a high standard of treatment at all times. We offer an extensive range of services for horses and dogs, with each treatment individually tailored to the specific needs of your animal. Please browse our website for more information on the services available.
Jess Jones is a Veterinary Physiotherapist for dogs and horses operating in North Wales, Cheshire, the Wirral and Shropshire. Physiotherapy is a degree based health care profession which helps restore movement and function when an animal is affected by injury, illness or disability. It helps through exercise, manual therapy, electrotherapies, education and advice.
Anna Wilson Veterinary Physiotherapy offers a mobile and in-clinic service to pet owners and competitors alike for their dogs, horses and other family pets throughout the South coast. Based in Hampshire, Anna also covers Sussex, Surrey and surrounding area’s. Whether treating canine or equine athletes, or a much loved companion, all are treated with care, respect and compliance.
Claire Ford is a veterinary Physiotherapist covering Hampshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire and surrounding areas. Claire is IRVAP registered and fully insured. Claire gained her post graduate advanced certificate in Physiotherapy with CEPT at the Nottingham Vet school, which works in partnership with Middlesex University. Claire has since qualified as a clinical educator which allows her to take students from the CEPT course on placement, hold clinics and teach on the course.
Weald Veterinary Physiotherapy is owned by Katie George BSc Hons, AdvCertVPhys, MIRVAP, Cert ECBS, Cert CEB a registered Veterinary Physiotherapist. Weald Veterinary Physiotherapy offers a mobile physiotherapy and rehabilitative care service throughout the South East (predominately Kent and Sussex) to pet owners and competitors for their dogs, horses and other family pets.
Alia Nasim-Hopfer is a fully qualified and insured Veterinary Physiotherapist based in the Cotswolds. As well as treating horses, Alia offers water based therapy for dogs in the form of an underwater treadmill. Having graduated from The University of Glasgow with a Bsc(Hons) degree in Zoology, she then went on to study the CEPT Advanced Certificate in Veterinary Physiotherapy, graduating in July 2012. Alia is also a full member of the Institute for Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists (IRVAP).