The College of Animal Physiotherapy

NEWS

22 February 2012

 Congratulations to Stephanie Karageorgis who has passed the Diploma in Animal Physiotherapy.  Stephanie is based in Nicosia in Cyprus and covers the whole island.

Stephanie has a degree in Animal Behaviour with first class honours and has sucessfully completed her Diploma in Animal Physiotherapy.  She is also a member of the International Association of Animal Therapists (IAAT).  As a physiotherapist she treats animals suffereing from orthopaedic, neurological and degenerative conditions.  She provides a complete service including hydrotherapy (hydro, physio, underwater treadmill), pulsed magnetic field therapy, phototherapy, electrical stimulation, agility and manual therapy.

Stephanie's overriding goal is to improve the quality of life of her patients, allowing them to resume/maintain a "normal' active lifestyle or where this is not feasable, making them as comfortable, mobile and pain free as possible.

Visit www.cyprusanimalphysio.com for more information or contact Stephanie on 0035799621428.

 

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

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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

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