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We currently have over 70 students worldwide.

WELCOME TO THE COLLEGE
OF ANIMAL PHYSIOTHERAPY LTD

Welcome to the website of the College of Animal Physiotherapy - the premier global training centre for animal/veterinary physiotherapists.

At TCAP it is our mission to provide the opportunity for professionals to extend their knowledge and skills into the exciting world of animal physiotherapy, without having to first train as a human physiotherapist. read more

NEWS

 Congratulations to Lisa Graham, Nikki Kirk, Vicki Youens,Becky Winter, Nikki Cheadle, Donna Bo read more
 Congratulations to Karina Hawkridge, Sarah Hennessey, Lucinda Marffy and Kate Clapperton for a read more
 Congratulations to Sandy Goard who has passed the Diploma in Animal Physiotherapy.  Sandy read more
 Congratulations to Shoncee Bani-Sadr who has passed the Diploma in Animal Physiotherapy.   read more
Congratulations to Leanne Seymour who has passed the Diploma in Animal Physiotherapy with Distinctio read more
 Congratulations to Stephanie Karageorgis who has passed the Diploma in Animal Physiotherapy. & read more
Congratulations to Natalie Walker who has passed the Diploma in Animal Physiotherapy. &nb read more
 Congratulations to Helen Newell who has passed the Diploma in Animal Physiotherapy with Me read more
 Welcome to new students Maria Bannister, Kate Clapperton, Lucy Bryce, Prue Dixon, Helen Torran read more
We are very proud to announce that our President Sherry Scott has been awarded the MBE for sevices t read more
Congratulations to Australian student Bec Harvey whose company, animal home nursing, has won the loc read more
Woof n Water has been nominated for the Pet Industry Awards - favourite pet care specialists by read more
Tina Enders of Cotswold Animal Physio, www.cotswolda read more
Well done to Donna Wills, from Animal Physiotherapy Ltd for making it to the top 10 in the Barclays read more
Congratulations to Norma Pearson who has passed the Diploma in Animal Physiotherapy with Merit!! Her read more
Welcome aboard to our new students Sophie Jeffery, Karina Hawkridge and Leighanne Beart form the UK read more
Students enjoyed a fun canine practical day with Liz Tyrell-Asprey on Tuesday! read more
Welcome aboard to our new students Carolyn Eddery, Sherry Wickers, Rebecca Harvey, Samantha Giles an read more
Congratulations to student Natasha Lotter who passed her final exam! read more
We have now moved office! Please note that our new telephone number is 01865 358877 read more
The College of Animal Physiotherapy would like to wish all of our clients and followers a very Merry read more
Congratulations to student Jodie McCarthy who passed her final exam! read more


THE COURSES

The College of Animal Physiotherapy is based at Tyringham Hall, near Aylesbury, the home of Sherry Scott, President and founder of the International Association of Animal Therapists (IAAT). We are an accredited learning provider with the Open and Distance Learning Quality Council (ODLQC) scheme.

Animal Physiotherapy is an exciting and rewarding career. It takes confidence, initiative, determination and an open mind to make a career in Animal Physiotherapy. find out more

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LIFE AS AN ANIMAL PHYSIOTHERAPIST

Life as an Animal Physiotherapist involves working under Veterinary referral to provide treatment and rehabilitation for animals. Animal Physiotherapy is an exciting and rewarding career. The most essential requirement is that you have a natural affinity with animals. find out more

Injured Animal?

Do you have an injured animal or an animal with a degenerative condition? The magnetopulse unit is available for hire to treat a wide variety of conditions associated with the musculoskeletal system and the skin. find out more

Why Train with Us?

We are the original route of training for animal physiotherapy. In the past couple of years, some new courses have come to the market. So why should you choose to train with us? find out more

 

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