The College of Animal Physiotherapy


05 May 2011

Congratulations to Norma Pearson who has passed the Diploma in Animal Physiotherapy with Merit!! Her physio practice is South Coast Animal Massage and Physiotherapy. Here are a few words Norma has written about herself:

"I am based in Worthing, West Sussex and the areas I cover are Sussex and Surrey. My professional interests lie in gait analysis, injury or lameness rehabilitation and rider fitness. My aim is to use physiotherapy, massage and specially designed exercise plans to improve an animal's musculature and movement to promote long term soundness and optimise performance in competition animals, as well as injured and lame animals. I am also interested in looking at the rider's position on the horse and how this affects both the rider's performance and the horse's way of going. I am aiming to provide classes for horse riders aimed at improving their cardiovascular fitness, posture and core strength."

To find out more about Norma or to contact her visit her website at

Life as an Animal Physiotherapist

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