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Roisin Talbott

Director & Veterinary Physiotherapist

 

Roisin’s passion for helping animals began at a very early age and her vocation in the animal field was decided long before the 5+ years of direct training began to become a veterinary physiotherapist. She completed her BSc (Hons) Animal Science in 2010, during which time she volunteered at a number of equine and small animal rescue centres in Devon, Dorset and Somerset. Roisin began working at the South West’s leading hydrotherapy and rehabilitation centre in 2012 where she was involved as a canine hydrotherapist in the rehabilitation of many hundreds of dogs, gaining crucial first-hand experience of a variety of orthopedic and neurological conditions.  Roisin has a particular interest in neurology having aided many animals post-surgically as well as those conservatively managed back to full function. Working at this centre enabled Roisin to work alongside an holistic veterinary surgeon, where she witnessed (and was won over by!) the benefits of natural and herbal medicine – an area of research that she keenly follows. With a passion for learning and expanding her knowledge, Roisin pursued her postgraduate degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy at Harper Adams University and graduated in 2016.

Roisin is a fully insured member of NAVP and keeps up to date with the latest in evidence based veterinary physiotherapy by attending multiple CPD events throughout the year.

Alongside work as a veterinary physiotherapist, Roisin enjoys spending time with her partner, daughter, their three horses, and two dogs. 

 

Qualifications: 

BSc (Hons) Animal Science - 2010

L3 Certificate Small Animal Hydrotherapy - 2013

Level 7 Postgraduate Diploma Veterinary Physiotherapy - 2016 

Category 1 Member of the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists

We’re here when you need us, whether it’s for a routine checkup, pre and post-surgical rehabilitation, or management of long-term conditions. Because our staff keep up to date with the latest veterinary physiotherapy research and also possess an incredible passion for their work, you can rest assured that your best friend is in the best hands.

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