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Beth Roberts

MSc Vet Phys, PgCertVetEd, BSc (Hons), FHEA RAMP AHPR MNAVP MIAVRPT

Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Physiotherapy

Module Leader for: Evidence Based Rehabilitation A5025C17, Canine Clinical Practice A6008C17, Physiotherapy Techniques A7047

Teaches on: Introduction to Veterinary Physiotherapy A4010C17, Skills for the Veterinary Physiotherapy Professional A4018C17, Clinical Practice A6010C17, Professional Practice for Veterinary Physiotherapists A7049

Beth joined Harper Adams University part-time in 2012 and established the Veterinary Rehabilitation Unit, having qualified as a veterinary physiotherapist in 2011. She spent the previous year working in a busy small animal referral hospital in the East Midlands and free-lancing as an equine veterinary physiotherapist. For a year she worked at both Harper and the Pride Veterinary Centre, before coming on board full-time in 2013. Prior to training to be a veterinary physiotherapist, Beth worked as a Registered Veterinary Nurse for over a decade in a host of practices around the UK. She is the lead veterinary physiotherapist for canine physiotherapy clinics at HAU, with specialist interest in pain managment and neurology. 

Professional Memberships

FHEA

AHPR

RAMP

MNAVP

MIAVRPT

Academic Department: Veterinary Health and Animal Sciences

Tel: 01952 815 172

Office: VN21 Veterinary Services Centre

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Modules

You can contact Beth Roberts if you would like to discuss any of the following course modules:

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