MB Veterinary Physiotherapy
MB Veterinary Physiotherapy is dedicated to providing a service which improves your animal's performance, mobility, and injury recovery.
MB Veterinary Physiotherapy is owned and managed by Millie Byrne, a fully qualified and insured Veterinary Physiotherapist. Millie works alongside a multidisciplinary team including vets, and other paraprofessionals to provide the best outcome for your animal.
All treatments are tailored specifically to the individual animal, utilising a range of manual therapies, electrotherapies and prescription exercises. MB Veterinary Physiotherapy is based in Bidford on Avon and travels to yards, homes, kennels and clinics in Warwickshire, Oxfordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire.
From top competition horses to happy hackers, MB Vet Physio ensures your horse is treated to the highest standard, whether that be for a maintenance session or rehabilitation.
Benefitting working dogs and the family friend alike, be it through rehabilitation post surgery or injury to ensuring performance and quality of life through maintenance sessions.
About Veterinary Physiotherapy
Veterinary physiotherapy is used as part of an animals health routine to help improve performance. As well as acting as a preventative from injury by maintaining fitness and suppleness, veterinary physiotherapy can help improve an animals condition pre and post surgery, improving recovery. Using manual therapies and electrotherapies, veterinary physiotherapy too can benefit a wide variety of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions, supported by scientific research.
It is essential for sports and working animals to be in top condition to perform at their best. Incorporating regular maintenance physiotherapy into an animals routine can greatly improve and maintain performance.
By helping to maintain suppleness and fitness, veterinary physiotherapy can help reduce the risk of your animal becoming injured.
After an injury or surgery veterinary physiotherapy is vital to help get your animal back to their usual selves as well as prevent compensatory injuries.