How can we maintain professional standards of vet physio when “bums on college seats” seems to be taking over?

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I harbour grave concerns regarding the undergraduate training of veterinary physiotherapists.  Those of you who know me and/or have trained with me will know that I am passionate about animal welfare and the high quality practical and scientific training that must be given to trainee Vet Physios if animal welfare…

My new book

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Things are hotting up at Williams Towers as the book deadline approaches.  It is now officially called “Horse Movement: Structure Function and Rehabilitation” and will be for release in Spring 2014, published by Allens, and you should shortly start to see the promotional material.  Lex McKenna (my co-author) is busy…

Exciting times

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Well, it has been a very busy start to 2013 at “Williams Towers”.  The talks regarding the regulation of non-veterinarians who treat animals started on 9th January and I was there to represent ASSVAP.  Our Administrator, Elizabeth Elliott, has been working tirelessly to bring these talks about for the past…

My Fabulous California Trip

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My treatment trip to the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley in the mountains above Santa Barbara was a great success, after an unauspicious start.  I got to Heathrow only to find that my plane had been delayed for 3 hours!  As you have to check-in for transatlantic flights 3 hours before…