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.