The College of Animal Physiotherapy

NEWS

15 September 2015

We have had so many sucessful students who have qualified with TCAP so far this year!!! We are very proud of them all.

Georgia Keegan, Natalie Janssen (Lux), Jo Pasetti, Daryll Hopper(IRL), Lisa Mazengarb, Michelle Smith, Emma Green, Raymond Mak (HongKong), Anita Miles, Sarah Trumper, Kathrin O'Connor (Ger), Abigail Dawson, Sarah Hamilton, Lara Krass (SA),Laura Cockram, Kirsten Smith, Gemma Pearce-Christopher, Suzannah Povey-White,Alison Marks, Nina Donkova(Bel), Kylie Shepherd(SA), Katie Wray (IRL), Freyja Deplace, Mark Harding and Alan Gardner

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

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

We currently have over 200 students worldwide.

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