Providing high quality Veterinary Physiotherapy since 2006 and Human Physiotherapy since 2002

Welcome to Physio-Vision. Providing high quality physiotherapy to animals since 2006. We are caring and thoughtful qualified physiotherapists working to improve your pet’s function and quality of life. We work closely with owners, veterinary practitioners to maximise your pets recovery from injury, maintain and maximise performance and aim to minimise injury.

We are Chartered and Veterinary Physiotherapists, members of RAMP (Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practictioners) and ACPAT (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy).

We are based near Brentwood in Essex and hold clinics within Wylies Wellness Centre and House and Jackson Veterinary Practice. We also visit stables yards and provide home visits.

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Sarah treating a horse
Dog Physio by Physio-Vision
Muscle stimulation of a dog
cat treatment by Physio-Vision
horse physio treatment by Physio-Vision
A dog getting treatment by Physio-Vision
GS pointer on a wobble cusion
A knuckled cat leg
A cat with a splaint on it
Cat in the latter stages of the treatement
Sarah working on a horse
Tina over a peanut
Golder retriever receiving muscle stimulation
sarah working on a horse
dog walking over poles
Dog in a tarsal splint
Dog having hind leg protraction
Dylan the Dalmation

Dylan had an accident 3.5 years ago whereby he suffered a ruptured disc in his back after chasing a squirrel in the garden. We were told by the vet that he may never walk properly again and if he does, it’s unlikely he will be able to walk off-lead.

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Abi Uden and Danny image

Sarah has been working with myself and Rain Dance, ‘Danny’, since 2013 when he was diagnosed with arthritis of his 17th thoracic vertebrae that, along with other saddling and muscular weakness issues,

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Mango the springer spaniel

Mango was 4 months old when he fractured his Right elbow in 3 places whilst running in the garden. He had surgery, a plate & several pins were needed to fix his elbow.

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Covid-19 - We will maintain all safety precautions recommended to keep you as a client safe when dealing with your pet.

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Sarah was part of the physiotherapy team providing veterinary physiotherapy for the Olympic and Paralympics London 2012. Horses from different countries received physiotherapy pre and post competition.

Read the press release about Sarah's involvement.

Sarah and the physiotherapy team - 2012 olympics
Greenwich dressage arena
Greenwich dressage arena
Sarah at Greenwich dresaage  arena
Sarah at the 2012 Olympics
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