Dr Gail Williams has a first class honours degree in Animal Science and a PhD in Animal Biomechanics from Bristol Veterinary School. Gail is a qualified Veterinary Physiotherapist, a member of the Association for the Scientific Study of Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapy (ASSVAP), and the International Association of Veterinary Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy (IAVRPT). Gail works with many leading vets in the UK and USA providing physiotherapy for injured and post-operative horses.
Gail’s hobby is training and working Gundogs and, as a result, she has also built up a specialist Gundog physiotherapy practice. Gail provides physiotherapy for all animals including farm animals and exotics.
Gail is also an Equine Sports Physiotherapist and works with many top horse and rider combinations, creating specific biomechanics based programmes to increase athletic performance and reduce the risk of injury.
Gail lectures internationally on all aspects of veterinary physiotherapy and is also the Senior Consulting Veterinary Physiotherapist and Head of Education and Training for ASSVAP and she runs special clinics for student training. Gail has also successfully supervised several MSc and PhD research students, and has had many scientific papers of her own published in top Veterinary Journals. She is also a peer reviewer for the top American Veterinary Journals.