About Peak Performance Veterinary Physiotherapy
Peak Performance Veterinary Physiotherapy provides specialist canine and equine physiotherapy services throughout East Anglia, including Suffolk, Essex, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire.
Peak Performance vet physio was established by Katie Hurrell who is a Masters qualified Veterinary Physiotherapist, where she completed 4 years of training at Writtle University College in Essex. She is also a Level 3 qualified canine hydrotherapist. Katie is a member of professional governing bodies; RAMP (Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners) and NAVP (National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists), ensuring a knowledgable and professional service. Veterinary Physiotherapists work alongside your veterinarian to provide a gold standard of care for all animals.
In her spare time Katie enjoys riding the horse she shares and walking her dogs. Katie has lived on a farm her entire life and has therefore been bought up around a variety of animals. She has always aspired to work with animals, being a Veterinary Physiotherapist enables her to provide animals with a greater quality of life.
Veterinary physiotherapy and hydrotherapy can be of benefit to our canine and equine friends, whether that is a top performing athlete or simply a domestic pet who is your best friend. Physiotherapy is essential part of rehabilitation following surgery or injury, as well as helping to maintain good condition, increase strength and prevent any discomfort. A combination of manual therapies, electrotherapies and remedial exercise is used to meet the individual needs of each animal.
Physiotherapy aims to:
A combination of evidence based and scientific techniques along with compassion, understanding and a professional approach leads to individually tailored physiotherapy sessions to benefit each animal.